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標題: 藉由提升螺旋藻中GLA含量並將之合成富含GLA之三酸甘油酯
Enhancement of GLA content in Spirulina platensis and synthesis of GLA-enriched Triglyceride
作者: 王星惠
Wang, Hsin-Hui
關鍵字: Spirulina platensis;螺旋藻;γ-linolenic acid;triglycerides;lipase-catalyzed esterification;γ-次亞麻油酸;三酸甘油酯;酵素酯化反應
出版社: 生命科學系所
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摘要: 
螺旋藻(Spirulina platensis),隸屬於藍綠藻,含有豐富的多元不飽和脂肪酸(Polyunsaturated fatty acid, PUFA),γ-次亞麻油酸(γ-Linolenic Acid, GLA),研究發現具有調節免疫系統和發炎反應等功能。因此富含GLA之油脂近年來被視為最具開發成醫療或健康食品的潛力。油脂在自然界中具有多種的形態,其中以三酸甘油脂(Tiracylglycerol, TG)的形態最易於人體所吸收。因此在本實驗利用改變培養螺旋藻的光源與培養基成分,研究是否對於螺旋藻中的油脂含量與GLA含量有所提升。結果發現,在不同光源照射下(日光燈與植物栽培燈)對於螺旋藻中油脂含量並無顯著的影響。在改變培養基中的碳源(NaHCO3)與氮源(NaNO3)的有或無,發現亦無顯著的影響GLA的含量。接著利用自螺旋藻所萃得脂肪酸,利用尿素進行濃縮,使GLA含量由33%提高到55%。將取得之高含量的GLA轉化成三酸甘油脂的形式,因此利用甘油與脂解酵素共同進行酯化作用,將之轉化為富含GLA之三酸甘油酯,而三酸甘油酯的轉化率在72小時內約為26%,其中約有26%是由GLA所構成。

Spirulina platensis, a blue-green alga, is a rich source of γ-linolenic acid (GLA, 18:3n-6) which has been demonstrated to exhibit many beneficial health effects. GLA from glycerides, especially triglycerides (TG), is absorbed more easily than that from free fatty acids (FFA) or ethyl esters. In the first part of this study, we investigated the effects of light sources and the carbon and nitrogen supply on the growth and GLA content in S. platensis. The algae were cultivated in Zarrouk medium either with or without carbon and nitrogen limitation. The initial GLA concentration in S. platensis was approximately 30% of the total fatty acids. The results showed that light sources (fluorescent bulb vs. plant growing light tube) had no effect on biomass production. In addition, no significant difference was found in GLA content among algae cultivated under carbon (NaHCO3) and/or nitrogen (NaNO3)-limited conditions. In the second part of the study, attempts were made to synthesize GLA-enriched triglycerides by Candida antarctica lipase (Novozym 435)-catalyzed esterification. The GLA concentrate was obtained by saponification of S. platensis lipid and urea fractionation. The content of GLA increased from 33% (after saponification) to 55% (after urea fractionation) of the total fatty acids. Synthesis of GLA-enriched triglycerides was evaluated in lipase Novozym 435-catalyzed esterification of GLA concentrate and glycerol in hexane. The TG yield reached 26% after 24, 48, and 72 h of reaction and the resulting TG contained 26% GLA.
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