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T.N.JAYA GANESH
I-M.Sc BIOTECHNOLOGY
DEPT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
PHARMACEUTICAL
BIOTECHNOLOGY
Vitamins are organic substances that are essential for the health, growth,
reproduction.
Each vitamin performs for special...
Fat soluble vitamins Water soluble vitamins
Vitamin A Biotin
Vitamin D Choline
Vitamin E Folic acid
Vitamin K Niacin
Panto...
 Chemical composition
The fat soluble vitamins contain only carbon, hydrogen and oxygen,
whereas the water soluble B vita...
 Cobalamies composed of a central cobalt atom coordinated
by a porphyrin-like group called corrin.
 The cobalamin biosyn...
 Extraction
 Extraction – lyses of cell
 Unstable cobalamine become more stable when treated
with cyanide(KCN), forms c...
 Production by fermentation of Ashbya gossypii
Production upto 10-15 g/L after 10 days.
 Isolation
Broth at 121 c/hratph...
D-glucose
↓
D-gluconic acid
↓
2-keto-D-glconic acid
↓
2,5-diketo-D-gluconic acid
↓
2-keto-L-gulonic acid
Erwinia sp.
Corey...
 Harvesting and isolation
the 2-keto-L-gulonic acid is isolated from the harvested broth
at the end of second stage ferme...
 Vitamin E natural occurrence:
 In oils of soybean, corn, sunflower, rapeseed & olive.
 In green vegetables of spinach,...
 Min level of vitamin E (100 IU/day) to prevent coronary
heart disease.
 For degenerative diseases, diabetes, prostate c...
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Production of vitamins

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Production of vitamins

  1. 1. T.N.JAYA GANESH I-M.Sc BIOTECHNOLOGY DEPT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
  2. 2. Vitamins are organic substances that are essential for the health, growth, reproduction. Each vitamin performs for special function, hence, one cannot replace or act for another. Except vitamin-D, the human body cannot synthesize others. They are classed as, 1) Fat soluble vs. water soluble vitamins 2) Vitamin B complex and 3) Vitamin like substances
  3. 3. Fat soluble vitamins Water soluble vitamins Vitamin A Biotin Vitamin D Choline Vitamin E Folic acid Vitamin K Niacin Pantothenic acid Riboflavin Thiamin Vitamin B6(pyridoxine; pyridoxal; pyridoxamine) Vitamin B12 (cobalamines) Vitamin C (ascorbic acid; hydroascorbic acid)
  4. 4.  Chemical composition The fat soluble vitamins contain only carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, whereas the water soluble B vitamins contains these three elements plus nitrogen.  Occurrence Vitamins originates primarily in plant tissues which includes vegetable products (cabbage, carrot, orange, lemon, corn or maize oil, corn or maize bran…) and microorganisms (brewers yeast, bakers yeast…). Animals – fish, ox or calf liver oil. Vitamin c and d present only animal tissues.  Excretion Fat soluble – via faces Water soluble – primarily via urine, limited amount present in faces.
  5. 5.  Cobalamies composed of a central cobalt atom coordinated by a porphyrin-like group called corrin.  The cobalamin biosynthesis by pseudomonas denitrificans require external supply of 5,6-dimethylbenzimidozole (5,6- DBI) and cobalt salt.  cobamide also from propionibacterium shermanii.
  6. 6.  Extraction  Extraction – lyses of cell  Unstable cobalamine become more stable when treated with cyanide(KCN), forms cyanocobalamine. Purification  Adsorption method using alumina and silanized silica gel  Then followed by elution with water-alcohol or water- phenol mixtures
  7. 7.  Production by fermentation of Ashbya gossypii Production upto 10-15 g/L after 10 days.  Isolation Broth at 121 c/hratph4.5–riboflavinsolubilised Precipitation isbytitaniumchloride Reoxidisedintheair anddissolvedat60cin10%HCL Aftercoolingneutralizedtoyieldpurerformsofriboflavincrystals.
  8. 8. D-glucose ↓ D-gluconic acid ↓ 2-keto-D-glconic acid ↓ 2,5-diketo-D-gluconic acid ↓ 2-keto-L-gulonic acid Erwinia sp. Coreynebacterium sp.
  9. 9.  Harvesting and isolation the 2-keto-L-gulonic acid is isolated from the harvested broth at the end of second stage fermentation by treating with sodium carbonate. the subsequent concentration to crystallization yields 90% 2- keto-L-gulonate
  10. 10.  Vitamin E natural occurrence:  In oils of soybean, corn, sunflower, rapeseed & olive.  In green vegetables of spinach, parsely, cabbage, leek & lettuce.  Bio engineered plants like Tobacco and Arabidopsis for over expression of Tocols.  Bio engineered plants like soybean, rape seed and maize kernels for altered tocol content.  γ-tocopherol to α-tocopherol by γ-TMT, this achieved up to 95%.
  11. 11.  Min level of vitamin E (100 IU/day) to prevent coronary heart disease.  For degenerative diseases, diabetes, prostate cancer, teeth problems, vision problems vitamins mostly suggested.  Higher intake of water soluble vitamins cause hypervitaminosis.  There is sneither optional nor substitute for any vitamin.

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