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Strain number: IHEM 5622   Add to cart
Species name: Aspergillus niger van Tieghem
Type of organism: Fungi
Acronyms: ATCC 10254, CBS 126.48, CCRC 30206, DSM 734, IFO 6428, IMI 15954, MUCL 28130, NCTC 1692, NRRL 337, WB 337
Status: type strain of Aspergillus citricus
History: C. Wehmer -> Neuberg -> 1923 K.B. Raper -> NRRL -> 1983, MUCL -> 1991, IHEM
Applications: production of: amylase (J. Bacteriol. 54: 159, 1947; J. Gen. Appl. Microbiol. 19: 385-392,1973), gem-disulphides (Tetrahedron 36: 1895-1897, 1980), amyloglucosidase (U.S. Pat. 3,301,768), large amounts of alpha-amylase and less amounts of maltase (J. Apll. Chem. 2: 395, 1952), alcohol and cattle feed, from alkaline potato peel waste (Am. Potato J. 50: 357-364,1973), citric acid (J. Food Sci. 42: 383-384, 1977; Biotechnol. Bioeng. 21: 297-315, 1979), esterases and lipases (Agric. Biol. Chem. 47: 1865-1868 and 1869-1872, 1983), extracellular alpha-amylase in rice (J. Appl. Bacteriol. 56: 395-407, 1984), L- malic and citric acids (Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 56: 1594-1597, 1990) and inulosucrase (= fructosyltransferase) (Biotechn; Lett; 17: 295-298, 1995); infected with mycoviruses (J. Gen. Virol. 14: 165-175, 1972; ibid. , 27: 211-224,1975); transformation of flavonoids (Xenobiotica 20: 363-373, 1990) and organophosphines (ibid., 23: 879-880, 1975); mono- oxygenase activity (Phytochemistry (Oxf.) 12: 2609- 2611, 1973); converts sugar from brewery spent grain liquor to fungal mass (Appl. Microbiol. 30: 879-880, 1975); treatment of beet waste and degradation of betacyanin and betaxanthin (Prog. Water Technol. 8: 325-327, 1976) and baked bean processing wastewater (J. Food Sci. 44: 1548-1549, 1979); carries dsRNA mycovirus (Can. J. Microbiol. 40: 325-329, 1994)
Literature: M. Hendrickx, H. Beguin and M. Detandt, Mycoses 55 (2012), 148-55
[DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0507.2011.02049.x]

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