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Occurrence of squalene in methanol-grown bacteria.

The nonpolar lipids of methanol-grown bacteria which utilize one-carbon (C1) compounds via the RMP pathway (Pseudomonas C, Pseudomonas methylotropha, and Methylomonas methanolica) were found to contain squalene in concentrations between 0.1 to 1.16 mg/g of cell (dry weight). Squalene could not be detected in lipid extracts of methanol-grown bacteria which utilize C1 compounds via the serine pathway.[1]


  1. Occurrence of squalene in methanol-grown bacteria. Goldberg, I., Shechter, I. J. Bacteriol. (1978) [Pubmed]
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