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Fig. 3 | Microbial Cell Factories

Fig. 3

From: Genome shuffling of the nonconventional yeast Pichia anomala for improved sugar alcohol production

Fig. 3

Comparison of bioconversion performance between the initial strain, mutants and shuffled strains. a Comparison of total sugar alcohols production between the initial strain, mutants and shuffled strains. be Comparison of growth condition, glucose consumption, d-arabitol production and ribitol production between initial strain and shuffled strains GS2-1, GS2-2 and GS2-3. U-: mutants obtained from five rounds of UV mutagenesis of P. anomala HP. A-: mutants obtained from five rounds of ARTP mutagenesis of P. anomala HP. GS1-: recombinants generated from the first round of genome shuffling. GS2-: recombinants generated from the second round of genome shuffling. Data represent the average values of three independent experiments with deviation varying between 5 and 10% about the mean. Asterisk indicates the significant difference in sugar alcohol production at p < 0.001 between TIB-x229 and the mutants based on ANOVA statistical test.

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