Isolation and characterization of a bacterial cellulose-producing bacterium derived from the persimmon vinegar

Title
Isolation and characterization of a bacterial cellulose-producing bacterium derived from the persimmon vinegar
Author(s)
위영중김수연[김수연]윤순도[윤순도]류화원[류화원]
Keywords
GLUCONACETOBACTER-HANSENII; ACETOBACTER-XYLINUM; AGITATED CULTURE; ROTTEN APPLE; INHIBITORS; MEDIA
Issue Date
201111
Publisher
ACADEMIC JOURNALS
Citation
AFRICAN JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY, v.10, no.72, pp.16267 - 16276
Abstract
A novel cellulose-producing organism was isolated from the liquid part of a 3-year ripened persimmon vinegar, which belonged to the family of Acetobacteracea based on its morphological and physiological characteristics. The phylogenetic position of the isolated strain was most closely related to Gluconacetobacter intermedius TF2(T) (99.929%), hence, it was specifically named as Gluconacetobacter sp. RKY5. Although the traditional bacterial cellulose (BC) production medium (Hestrin and Schramm medium) was used, the amount of BC produced under a static culture condition reached 5.0 g L(-1). The X-ray diffraction pattern and scanning electron micrograph of the BC produced revealed that it was composed of ribbon-shaped fibrils with the network structure and pure cellulose without any other impurities.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/24314http://dx.doi.org/10.5897/AJB11.2036
ISSN
1684-5315
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