BioMed Research International / 2017 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Identification and Characterization of Oleaginous Yeast Isolated from Kefir and Its Ability to Accumulate Intracellular Fats in Deproteinated Potato Wastewater with Different Carbon Sources

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(a) Electrophoretic separation of PCR amplification products on 2% agarose gel (M—molecular marker; 1—Debaryomyces hansenii 1; 2—Debaryomyces hansenii IG II; 3—Candida inconspicua IG 11; 4—Kluyveromyces marxianus IG 16; 5—Debaryomyces hansenii IG 01; 6—Kazachstania unispora IG 16; 7—Zygotorulaspora florentina IG 12). (b) Electrophoretic separation of yeast DNA digested with restriction enzyme HaeIII (M—molecular marker; 1—Debaryomyces hansenii 1; 2—Debaryomyces hansenii IG II; 3—Candida inconspicua IG 11; 4-Kluyveromyces marxianus IG 16; 5—Debaryomyces hansenii IG 01; 6—Kazachstania unispora IG 16; 7—Zygotorulaspora florentina IG 12). (c) Electrophoretic separation of yeast DNA digested with restriction enzyme RsaI (M—molecular marker; 1—Debaryomyces hansenii 1; 2—Debaryomyces hansenii IG II; 3—Candida inconspicua IG 11; 4—Kluyveromyces marxianus IG 16; 5—Debaryomyces hansenii IG 01; 6—Kazachstania unispora IG 16; 7— Zygotorulaspora florentina IG 12).
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