Candida rugosa


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Candida rugosa

A Candida species that causes azole-resistant infections, esp. in patients in medical or surgical ICUs. It is more commonly isolated in Latin American hospitals than in other locations around the world.
See also: Candida
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Two conformational states of Candida rugosa lipase.
Immobilization of different Candida rugosa lipases by adsorption onto polypropylen powder; application to quiral synthesis of ibuprofen and 2-phenyl-1-cyclohexanol esters.
Atomic force microscope studies on the interactions of Candida rugosa lipase and supported lipidic bilayers.
Influence of the reaction medium on enzyme activity in bio-organic synthesis: behavior of lipase from Candida rugosa in the presence of polar additives.
2006), with lipase from Candida Rugosa, immobilized on silica sol-gel, which provided relative activity between 80 and 100% only at temperatures between 55 and 65[degrees]C.
Performance of hybrid matrix silica-chitosan to immobilize microbial lipase from Candida rugosa.
Improvement of catalytic activity of lipase from Candida rugosa via sol-gel encapsulation in the presence of calix(aza)crown.
Crystals of Candida rugosa lipase: highly efficient catalyst for the resolution of chiral esters.
Kinetic resolution of ibuprofen catalyzed by Candida rugosa lipase in ionic liquids.
Cross-linked enzyme aggregates (CLEAs) with controlled particles: application to Candida rugosa lipase.