Studies on Production of L-Glutamic Acid from Acetate by Microorganisms -part 1. Isolation and Identification of powerful Glutamic Acid producing Bacteria-

빙초산을 탄소원으로한 글루탐산 생성에 관한 연구 -제1보 고축적능균의 분리와 동정-

  • Yoo, Young-Jin (National Industrial Standard Research Institute, Food Chemistry Division) ;
  • Kim, Taik-Young (Suhkang University) ;
  • Park, Ke-In (National Industrial Standard Research Institute, Food Chemistry Division) ;
  • Kim, Ki-Joo (National Industrial Standard Research Institute, Food Chemistry Division) ;
  • Han, Deok-Bong (National Industrial Standard Research Institute, Food Chemistry Division) ;
  • Song, Seok-Hoon (National Industrial Standard Research Institute, Food Chemistry Division)
  • 유영진 (국립공업표준시험소 식품시험과) ;
  • 김택영 (서강대 생물학과) ;
  • 박계인 (국립공업표준시험소 식품시험과) ;
  • 김기주 (국립공업표준시험소 식품시험과) ;
  • 한덕봉 (국립공업표준시험소 식품시험과) ;
  • 송석훈 (국립공업표준시험소 식품시험과)
  • Published : 1973.12.28

Abstract

A bacterium strain, K-73-3, which was isolated from waste soil Korea brewing factory, could grow on acetate as the sole carbone source and accumulated a considerable amount of L-glutamic acid in the liquid culture medium (20 g/l). This strain was named Corynebacterium sp. by the standard method of taxonomy procedures given in the Manual Microbiological Methods.

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