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Table 2 Previous literatures reporting D-lactic acid fermentation from various nitrogen sources compared with the results in this study

From: D-Lactic acid fermentation performance and the enzyme activity of a novel bacterium Terrilactibacillus laevilacticus SK5–6

MicroorganismsFermentation medium/OperationD-lactic acid production performanceReferences
Final lactate conc. (g/L)Lactate yield (Yp/s)Productivity (g/L h)Optical purity (%ee)
Sporolactobacillus sp. CASDGlucose, peanut meal/fed batch207.00.933.8099.3Wang et al. (2011)
Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. lactis QU 41Glucose, yeast extract, peptone, meat extract/batch20.10.901.67> 99.9Tashiro et al. (2011)
Sporolactobacillus laevolacticus DSM442Glucose, cotton seed hydrolysate144.40.964.1399.3Li et al. (2013)
Escherichia coli HBUT-DGlucose, yeast extract127.00.936.3599.5Liu et al. (2014)
Sporolactobacillus inulinus Y2–8Corn flour hydrolysate, yeast extract145.80.971.62> 99.0Zhao et al. (2014)
Sporolactobacillus spp. Y2–8Glucose, yeast extract, corn steep liquor, wheat bran127.01.7299.0Sun et al. (2015)
S. inulinus NBRC13595Palm sugar, whey protein hydrolysate189.00.945.25> 98.0Tadi et al. (2017)
S. inulinus YBS1–5Corncob hydrolysate, cottonseed meal107.20.851.1999.2Bai et al. (2016)
T. laevilacticus SK5–6Glucose, yeast extract, NH4Cl102.50.842.1499.74This study
T. laevilacticus SK5–6Glucose, yeast extract, (NH4)2HPO492.00.981.9299.09This study