Fungi



BCRC Number: 31494
Organism: Aspergillus niger
Author: van Tieghem
History: << NRRL << C. Thom 4050 << Eastman Kodak. Co.
Other Collection No.: ATCC 10864 ;CBS 122.49 ;IAM 3009 ;IFO 6661 ;IMI 60286 ;NRRL 330 ;MUCL 28817 ;WB 330 ;CECT 2775
Source: Plant galls
Isolated Info:
    Isolated location: China
Characterization:
Production of : acetyl-xylan esterase--M769;
monoamine oxidase--M2026;
ethanol from potato starch when cocultured with Sacchromyces cervisiae ATCC 26603--M768;
alpha-amylase--M214;
maltase
glucoamylase--M213;
saccharifying enzymes--M212;
glucosyltransferase--M2479, M2483;
β-glucosidase II--M2477, M2481;
cellulolytic enzyme--M2440;
acetylesterase--M2317;
Others: transformation host--M986,M2052,M2340;solid substrate fermentation on alkaline-treated sugar cane bagasse--M2439
Growth Conditions: 24°C
Oxygen Requirement: Aerobic
Biosafety Level: 1
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References



M2026
Hoover, L. K., M. Moo-Young, and R. L. Legge 1991. Biotransformation of dopamine to Norlaudanosoline by Aspergillus niger Biotechnol. Bioeng. 38: 1029-1033
M2052
1989. DECHEMA Biotechnol. Conf. 3A: 319-323
M212
Corman, J., and A. F. Langlykke. 1948. Action of mold enzymes in starch saccharification. Cereal Chem. 25: 190-201.
M213
Pazur, J. H., H. R. Knull, A. Cepure. 1971. Glycoenzymes: Structure and properties of the two forms of glucoamylase from Aspergillus niger. Carbohydr. Res. 20: 83-96.
M214
Dingle, J., and G. L. Solomons. 1952. Enzymes from micro-fungi. J. Appl. Chem. 2: 395-399.
M2317
Linden, J., M. Samara, S. Decker, E. Johnson, M. Boyer, M. Pecs, W. Adney, and M. Himmel. 1994. Purification and characterization of an acetyl esterase fromAspergillus niger. Appl. Biochem. Biotechnol.45-46: 383-393.
M2340
Brandhorst, T. and W. R. Kenealy. 1995. Effects of leader sequences upon the heterologous expression of restrictocin in Aspergillus nidulans and Aspergillus niger. Can. J. Microbiol. 41: 601-611.
M2439
Gutierrez-Correa, M., L. Portal, P. Moreno, and R. P. Tengerdy. 1999. Mixed culture solid substrate fermentation of Trichoderma reesei with Aspergillus niger on sugar cane bagasse. Bioresource Technology 68: 173-178.
M2440
Castillo, M. R., M. Gutierrez-Correa, J. C. Linden, and R. P. Tengerdy. 1994. Mixed culture solid substrate fermentation for cellulolytic enzyme production. Biotechnology Letters 16: 967-972.
M2477
Yan, T.-R., Y.-H. Lin, and C.-L. Lin. 1998. Purification and characterization of an extracellular beta-glucosidase II with high hydrolysis and transglucosylation activities from Aspergillus niger. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 46: 431-437.
M2479
Lee, S.-L., and W.-C. Chen. 1997. Optimization of medium composition for the production of glucosyltransferase by Aspergillus niger with response surface methodology. Enzyme & Microbial Technology. 21(6). 1997. 436-440.
M2481
Yan, T.-R., and C.-L. Lin. 1997. Purification and characterization of a glucose-tolerant beta-glucosidase from Aspergillus niger CCRC 31494. Bioscience Biotechnology & Biochemistry 61: 965-970.
M2483
Chen, W.-C., S.-L. Lee, and P.-Y. Tung. 1996. Effects of initial maltose concentration, agitation and aeration rates on the production of glucosyltransferase by Aspergillus niger CCRC 31494. Biotechnology Letters 18: 489-494.
M768
Abouzied, M. M., and C. A. Reddy. 1986. Direct fermentation of potato starch to ethanol by cocultures of Aspergillus niger and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 52: 1055-1059.
M769
Khan, A. W., K. A. Lamb, and R. P. Overend. 1990. Comparison of natural chemicellulose and chemically acetylated xylan as substrates for the determination of acetyl-xylan esterase activity in Aspergilli. Enzyme Microb. Technol. 12: 127-131.
M986
Mohr, G., and K. Esser 1990. Improved transformation frequency and geterologous promoter recognition in Aspergillus niger Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 34: 63-70
 

Medium



184
MALT EXTRACT AGAR III
Malt extract20.0g
Agar15.0g
Distilled water1.0L
25
MALT EXTRACT AGAR I (Blakeslees Formula)
Glucose20.0g
Peptone1.0g
Agar20.0g
Distilled water1.0L
Malt extract20.0g
Add glucose prior to sterilization.

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