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|Title:||Succinic acid production with Actinobacillus succinogenes ZT-130 in the presence of succinic acid|
|Abstract:||Glucose fermentation with Actinobacillus succinogenes was carried out at different initial concentrations of succinic acid (SA0) to determine its effect on growth and on the production of succinic acid itself. The specific rates of biomass production, succinic, formic and acetic acids decreased with SA0 (0-40 g/l). The partially dissociated form of succinic acid had a higher effect on cell growth and production of succinic acid as compared to the non-dissociated forms of the acids, a fact that has not been reported until now. Cell growth fitted the Jerusalimski model, and the Aiba-Shoda model was suitable for quantification of the inhibition for the production of succinic acid. The growth inhibition constants Kis and Kip and their summatory were consistent with the experimental values obtained, i.e., 22 g/l for the produced acids and 38 g/l for total acids that were the limits at which the biomass formation ceased. © 2009 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC.|
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