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Table 2 Maximal production and relative abundance of the HAAs and rhamnolipids produced by B. thailandensis E264

From: Burkholderia thailandensis harbors two identical rhl gene clusters responsible for the biosynthesis of rhamnolipids

HAA/Rhamnolipid Pseudomolecular ion Production (mg/L) Relative abundance (%)1
   Glycerol Canola oil Glycerol Canola oil
C10-C12 385 N/D2 4.59 - -
C12-C12 413 N/D N/D - -
C12-C14 441 N/D N/D - -
C14-C14 469 N/D N/D - -
C14-C16 497 N/D N/D - -
C16-C16 525 1.60 7.05 - -
Rha-C10-C12 531 N/D 0.98 0.00 0.07
Rha-C12-C12 559 0.57 6.48 0.14 0.44
Rha-C12-C14 587 1.86 13.75 0.45 0.94
Rha-C14-C14 615 24.37 94.53 5.84 6.47
Rha-C14-C16 643 1.16 5.42 0.28 0.37
Rha-C16-C16 671 N/D N/D 0.00 0.00
Rha-Rha-C10-C12 677 0.75 7.44 0.18 0.51
Rha-Rha-C12-C12 705 7.41 49.43 1.77 3.38
Rha-Rha-C12-C14 733 28.48 179.73 6.82 12.29
Rha-Rha-C14-C14 761 321.42 1021.20 76.99 69.85
Rha-Rha-C14-C16 789 31.24 82.37 7.48 5.63
Rha-Rha-C16-C16 817 0.26 0.73 0.06 0.05
Total   419.10 1473.72   
  1. 1 Relative abundance of rhamnolipids only.
  2. 2 N/D: Not detected.
  3. Cultures were grown on 4% glycerol and canola oil as respective carbon sources. LC/MS analysis was performed after 13 days of incubation at 37°C.