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Fig. 3 | Microbial Cell Factories

Fig. 3

From: Biosynthesis of rhamnolipid by a Marinobacter species expands the paradigm of biosurfactant synthesis to a new genus of the marine microflora

Fig. 3

HPLC–MS–MS profile of daughter products resulting from the fragmentation of a molecular ion with an m/z of 651.73, observed in a previous HPLC–MS analysis to be the predominant compound in supernatant extracts from Marinobacter sp. MCTG107b. The observed products corresponded to the predicted molecular weights of the fragmentation of di-rhamnolipid Rha-Rha-C10-C10. Fragments below m/z 205 were not detected due to sensitivity of the instrument

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