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Summary: Cellular fatty acids were extracted from cells of and at different growth stages of batch growth and analysed by gas chromatography. A high degree of variation in relative concentrations, as well as in composition, of fatty acids, was observed during the exponential and early stationary growth phases. Greater reproducibility and a relatively stable fatty acid composition were obtained with cells harvested in the late stationary phase.

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