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PERFIL DE CAROTENOIDES DA MICROALGA Chlorella vulgaris EM CULTIVO FOTOTROFICO

WEBER, D. P.; CAETANO, P.; FERNANDES, A. S.; JACOB-LOPES, E.; ZEPKA, L.Q.;

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Microalgas têm sido sistemicamente estudadas devido ao potencial biotecnológico que está associado com a produção de biocompostos de interesse industrial, tais como pigmentos. Em face disso, foram determinados o perfil de carotenoides na biomassa microalgal de Chlorella vulgaris. A microalga foi cultivada em fotobiorreatores operando em regime intermitente, alimentadas com 2,0L de meio BG11. O perfil de carotenoides foi determinado por cromatografia líquida de alta eficiência acoplada a detector fotoarranjo de díodos de espectrômetro de massas (HPLC-PDA-MS/MS). Dezoito carotenoides foram identificados na biomassa microalgal, dentre esses destacam-se os majoritários: all-trans-equinenona (452.63 μg.g-1), all-trans-β-caroteno (352.29 μg.g-1), 9-cis-equinenona (263.20 μg.g-1), all-trans-zeaxantina (271.01 μg.g-1), all-trans-mixoxantofila (129.89 μg.g-1).

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Palavras-chave: microalgas,

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DOI: 10.5151/chemeng-cobeqic2017-265

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WEBER, D. P.; CAETANO, P.; FERNANDES, A. S.; JACOB-LOPES, E.; ZEPKA, L.Q.; "PERFIL DE CAROTENOIDES DA MICROALGA Chlorella vulgaris EM CULTIVO FOTOTROFICO", p. 1486-1490 . In: Anais do XII Congresso Brasileiro de Engenharia Química em Iniciação Científica [=Blucher Chemical Engineering Proceedings, v. 1, n.4]. ISSN Impresso: 2446-8711. São Paulo: Blucher, 2017.
ISSN 2359-1757, DOI 10.5151/chemeng-cobeqic2017-265

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