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WITTENBERG JON: Methods of microbial oil extraction and separation. SOLAZYME, Termes Lance A, October 21, 2010: WO/2010/120939 (89 worldwide citation)

Lipids can be extracted from a microbial biomass that constitutes at least 20% lipids by weight and has a moisture content of less than 4% by weight by applying pressure to the biomass so as to release lipids therefrom, thereby leaving a biomass of reduced lipid content; and collecting the lipids.


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Scott Franklin, Aravind Somanchi, Janice Wee, George Rudenko, Jeffrey L Moseley, Walter Rakitsky: Tailored oils produced from recombinant heterotrophic microorganisms. TerraVia Holdings, Weaver Austin Villeneuve & Sampson, May 23, 2017: US09657299

Methods and compositions for the production of oil, fuels, oleochemicals, and other compounds in recombinant microorganisms are provided, including oil-bearing microorganisms and methods of low cost cultivation of such microorganisms. Microalgal cells containing exogenous genes encoding, for example ...


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Jon Wittenberg, Felipe Arana: Methods of microbial oil extraction and separation. Solazyme, May 24, 2012: US20120130099-A1

Lipids can be extracted from a microbial biomass that constitutes at least 20% lipids by weight and has a moisture content of less than 4% by weight by applying pressure to the biomass so as to release lipids therefrom, thereby leaving a biomass of reduced lipid content; and collecting the lipids.


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Wittenberg Jon, Arana Felipe: Methods of microbial oil extraction and separation. Solazyme, ling li huang gesheng, July 11, 2012: CN201080026280

Lipids can be extracted from a microbial biomass that constitutes at least 20% lipids by weight and has a moisture content of less than 4% by weight by applying pressure to the biomass so as to release lipids therefrom, thereby leaving a biomass of reduced lipid content; and collecting the lipids.



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