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Genome shuffling amplifies the carbon source spectrum and improves arachidonic acid production in Diasporangium sp.

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Title
Genome shuffling amplifies the carbon source spectrum and improves arachidonic acid production in Diasporangium sp.
Abstract

The aim of this study was to develop a new fungal strain that simultaneously amplifies the carbon source spectrum and increases arachidonic acid (AA) productivity using genome shuffling between Diasporangium sp. and inactive Aspergillus niger. Through three rounds of genome shuffling, one of the stable daughter strains (F1) acquired the ability to produce arachidonic acid and utilize various carbon sources. Compared to the parental Diasporangium sp., which could only use four out of eight carbon sources tested, F1 could utilize all eight carbon sources. During fermentation with CMC-Na as the carbon source, F1 was able to obtain 30.16% of lipid effectively whereas the parental Diasporangium sp. was not able to grow at all. When glucose was used as the carbon source, the CMCase activity of F1 was 879.36 U, 298.23% higher than that of the parental Diasporangium sp. Under optimized fermentation conditions in a 5-L fermentation container, the AA yield of F1 reached 0.81 g/l, 94.78% higher than that of the parental generation. These results indicate that inter-kingdom genome shuffling can be used successfully in eukaryotic microorganisms and that it can effectively improve the production of desired metabolites within a short period of time. The findings of this study may be useful for extending the application of genome shuffling in eukaryotic microbial breeding.

Keywords
Genome shuffling; Cellulose; Arachidonic acid; Diasporangium sp.; Aspergillus niger
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Enzyme and Microbial Technology - Volume 45, Issues 6–7, December 2009, Pages 419–425
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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