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  1. Media Evaluation for Bioethanol Production from Cassava Hydrolysate: POTENTIAL UTILIZATION OF CASSAVA STARCH FOR BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION FROM LOW COST MEDIA USING Saccharomyces cerevisiae by OLALEKAN ALADE, 2010-08-09
  2. Saccharomyces Florentinus
  3. Saccharomyces cerevisiae RAD53 (CHK2) but not CHK1 is required for double-strand break-initiated SCE and DNA damage-associated SCE after exposure to X ... agents [An article from: DNA Repair] by M. Fasullo, Z. Dong, et all
  4. Saccharomyces: Webster's Timeline History, 1847 - 1995 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-28
  5. Neue Wege zur Bernsteins"aureproduktion mit der Hefe Saccharomyces cerevisiae by Andreas Raab, 2010-05-30
  6. Genetics (A Periodical Record of Investigations Bearing on Heredity and Variation) March 2002: Analysis of Conditional Mutations in the Saccharomyces Cerevisiae by Genetics, 2002
  7. Cr(III) removal and recovery from Saccharomyces cerevisiae [An article from: Chemical Engineering Journal] by A.I. Ferraz, T. Tavares, et all 2004-12-15
  8. Recombination between retrotransposons as a source of chromosome rearrangements in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae [An article from: DNA Repair] by P.A. Mieczkowski, F.J. Lemoine, et all 2006-09-08
  9. Zur Rolle der Translokasen der mitochondrialen Membranen beim Import von Vorstufenproteinen in der Hefe saccharomyces cerevisiae by Thomas Krimmer, 2000-12-20
  10. The effect of oxidative metabolism on spontaneous Pol@z-dependent translesion synthesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae [An article from: DNA Repair] by B.K. Minesinger, A.L. Abdulovic, et all
  11. Effects of selected by-products of an acid hydrolyzate on cell growth and ethanol fermentation by Saccharomyces cerevisiae.: An article from: Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences by Jun Gao, Yi Zhang, et all 2006-10-01
  12. Solid phase extraction using immobilized yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae for determination of palladium in road dust [An article from: Analytica Chimica Acta] by B. Godlewska-Zylkiewicz, M. Kozlowska, 2005-05-10
  13. Effect of an acid hydrolyzate of southern pine softwood on the growth and fermentation ability of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.: An article from: Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences by Yi Zhang, Huey-Min Hwang, et all 2005-04-01
  14. Toxicity on crustaceans and endocrine disrupting activity on Saccharomyces cerevisiae of eight alkylphenols [An article from: Chemosphere] by M. Isidori, M. Lavorgna, et all 2006-06-01

81. Genome MOT Saccharomyces Cerevisiae (finished) - Cutoff 1000
saccharomyces cerevisiae (finished) cutoff 1000 nucleotides. Click on Chromosomevalue to retrieve table of and access EMBL database entries.
Select pre-computed cutoff:
Saccharomyces cerevisiae (finished) - cutoff 1000 nucleotides
Click on Chromosome value to retrieve table of and access EMBL database entries. Chromosome Size (Mb) %Sequenced
finished %Sequenced
finished+draft Finished
total nt Draft
total nt pre-1990 Total => I II III IV ... XVI Subtotal => N.D.
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82. Roche Lexikon Medizin (4. Aufl.) - Saccharomyces
Translate this page Sac charo myces. engl. saccharomyces Fach Mykologie. eine Gattung Askosporen (alsSexualsporen) bildender Hefen (= Askomyzeten) der Familie Saccharomycetaceae.
Sac charo myces engl.: Saccharomyces
Fach: Mykologie
eine Gattung Askosporen (als Sexualsporen) bildender Hefen (= Askomyzeten) der Familie Saccharomycetaceae
S. cerevisiae engl.: baker's yeast; brewer's y.
S. medicinalis s. siccum engl.: dried yeast
Fach: Pharmazie Faex medicinalis
Verwandte Themen Ascomycetes Faex Saccharomycetaceae

83. Gene Silencing In Saccharomyces Cerevisiae | Ann Ehrenhofer-Murray
We are using the budding yeast saccharomyces cerevisiae to study how silenced genomicloci are assembled into repressive chromatin and how histone and protein

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The expression of genes is strongly influenced by their position within the genome. Genes can become permanently repressed when placed near centromeres, telomeres or other regulatory elements, a phenomenon referred to as position-effect variegation
or gene silencing.
We are using the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae to study how silenced genomic loci are assembled into repressive chromatin and how histone and protein acetylation influence this process.

84. Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, Bakers' And Brewers' Yeast. Tom Volk's Fungus Of The M
This month's fungus is saccharomyces cerevisiae, the bakers' and brewers' yeast. saccharomycescerevisiae has also been a very important genetic tool.
Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month for December 2002 by Tom Volk and Anne Galbraith
This month's fungus is Saccharomyces cerevisiae , the bakers' and brewers' yeast
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For a special holiday treat, be sure to visit Fungi that are necessary for a merry Christmas
This month's fungus makes many of our holiday festivities even more festive in many ways, from the "spirits" of Christmas, to bread-making, to important scientific research. It's a very appropriate Fungus of the Month whether you're celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa. Even its scientific name is festive, meaning "the sugar fungus of the beer." The term "Yeast" is a morphological term that refers to a one-celled fungus. Most yeasts, including Saccharomyces reproduce by budding, where the daughter cells bleb off from a small pore in the side of the mother cell, as shown to the left. Sometimes the buds do not completely split off from the mother cells, and chains of yeast cells can be formed, as if to communicate with us. A few yeasts, like Schizosaccharomyces , the "splitting sugar fungus," reproduce by simple fission, where the mother cell divides through the center into two more or less equal parts.

85. BIOL 230 Lecture Guide - Electron Micrograph Of Saccharomyces
Electron Micrograph of saccharomyces. Caption Wine yeast with budand bud scars (Sacchromyces spp.). File Name 92594A Category
Electron Micrograph of Saccharomyces Caption: Wine yeast with bud and bud scars ( Sacchromyces spp.).
File Name: 92594A
Category: Fungi and Slime Molds Type of Image: SEM
Magnification: x2,270(Based on an image size of 1 inch in the narrow dimension) Courtesy of
Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc.

Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc.
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86. Genome Biology | Full Text | Hap4p Overexpression In Glucose-grown Saccharomyces
Hap4p overexpression in glucosegrown saccharomyces cerevisiae induces cells to entera novel metabolic state Romeo Lascaris 1 , 3 , Harmen J Bussemaker 1 , 4
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Download references Post a comment Search PubMed For Lascaris R Bussemaker HJ Boorsma A Piper M ... Blom J Key E-mail Corresponding author Research Hap4p overexpression in glucose-grown Saccharomyces cerevisiae induces cells to enter a novel metabolic state Romeo Lascaris Harmen J Bussemaker Matt Piper Hans van der Spek Les Grivell and Jolanda Blom Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences, University of Amsterdam, 1098 SM Amsterdam, The Netherlands Kluyver Laboratory of Biotechnology, TU Delft, Julianalaan 67, 2628 BC Delft, The Netherlands Current address: Netherlands Cancer Institute, Plesmanlaan 121, 1066 CX Amsterdam, The Netherlands Current address: Department of Biological Sciences and Columbia Genome Center, Columbia University, 1212 Amsterdam Avenue MC 2441, New York, NY 10027, USA Current address: EMBO, Meyerhofstrasse 1, D-69117 Heidelberg, Germany

87. Nikon MicroscopyU: Phase Contrast Image Gallery - Saccharomyces Yeast Cells
saccharomyces cerevisae is an exceptionally important yeast. It is PhaseContrast Image Gallery. saccharomyces Yeast Cells. Members of
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Saccharomyces Yeast Cells
Members of the Saccharomyces genus of yeast fungi have a direct impact on the daily lives of society. Whenever a dinner roll is nibbled or a glass of wine sipped these microorganisms are largely responsible. One of Saccharomyces' many species is employed primarily for the fermentation of sugars in the winemaking process, while another is useful for the rising of bread.
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The genus Saccharomyces is similar to other yeast genera. Its species are unicellular and cylindrical, oval, or spherical in shape. They reproduce asexually through a process of budding, a new cell forming a protrusion on an existing cell, enlarging, and then breaking away. They can also reproduce sexually through the use of spores. In fact, the Saccharomyces genus is distinguished by asci , small internal structures that contain four to eight sexually produced fungal spores. All yeasts flourish in the presence of sugars and obtain food by direct absorption of nutrients. Saccharomyces cerevisae is an exceptionally important yeast. It is the organism commonly referred to as

88. Probiotics
Also indexed as Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium longum, Intestinal Flora,Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus casei, saccharomyces boulardii
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89. Proteins Of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Database
Proteins of saccharomyces cerevisiae Database. saccharomyces cerevisiaesaccharomyces cerevisiae, commonly known as Bakers yeast. cerevisiae&tid=4932

90. Sacchdb - Saccharomyces Cerevisiae ACeDB Style Database
Bioinformatics Applications Sacchdb saccharomyces cerevisiae ACeDB styledatabase. This is the ACeDB database of saccharomyces cerevisiae data
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91. Design Of Pentose-fermenting Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Strains
Design of pentosefermenting saccharomyces cerevisiae strains. Xylose consumptionand ethanol production in recombinant saccharomyces cerevisiae. Current Gen.
Design of pentose-fermenting Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains
While the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae can easily ferment the hexose fraction from wood hydrolysates, it cannot use the xylose-rich pentose fraction, due to the lack of efficient transport and pathway for xylose. New yeast strains are therefore being developed to produce ethanol from both hexose and pentose fractions. The genes for xylose reductase and xylitol dehydrogenase from the yeast Pichia stipitis have been cloned and stable integrated into S. cerevisiae. Limited flows due to low level of xylulose kinase were prevented by stable integration of an extra-copy of XKS1 gene. A metabolic flow model under anaerobic conditions was recently developed for the recombinant S. cerevisiae strain TMB3001 and a dynamic model is currently in progress.
The genes for xylose reductase, xylitol dehydrogenase and xylulose kinase have also been integrated in strains from an industrial yeast collection. Random mutagenesis of the best performing strains generated mutants in which growth on and fermentation of xylose was highly increased under oxygen limitation. The identification of the mutation targets is in progress using DNA-chip technology as well as traditional genetic techniques. In parallel, the gene for xylose isomerase from the bacterium

92. Mycology Online:Saccharomyces Cerevisiae
saccharomyces cerevisiae On Sabouraud's dextrose agar colonies are whiteto cream colored, smooth, glabrous and yeastlike in appearance.

93. ATCC - Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Resources At ATCC
saccharomyces cerevisiae resources at ATCC, Back to top. Mapping membraneskit derived from clones from saccharomyces cerevisiae AB972 (ATCC 76269).
Saccharomyces cerevisiae resources at ATCC About the ATCC-LGC Promochem Partnership European Offices How to Order Special Forms ... Saccharomyces cerevisiae Transformation hosts and strains of various genotypes Back to top Mapping membranes kit derived from clones from Saccharomyces cerevisiae ATCC 76269 This kit consists of the following elements:
  • 2 hybridization membranes containing DNA from physically mapped clones from the genome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae AB972. One membrane (labeled with L followed by a number) is derived from clones in bacteriophage lambda vectors. The other (labeled with C followed by a number) is from cosmid clones. For the most part, the clones are arrayed on both membranes in rough chromosome order. A tube containing 200 ng dried DNA to use as a positive control (labeled ATCC 57093 2 floppy disks, one formatted for IBM-PC compatible computers (labeled

94. Saccharomyces Boulardii
saccharomyces boulardii. Boulard was able to isolate the agent responsible forstopping the diarrhea, a strain of yeast of the saccharomyces genus.
Saccharomyces boulardii
Summary: S. boulardii is a beneficial, probiotic, non-colonizing yeast species. It supports the function of the GI tract, where it can aggressively displace problematic yeast species, increase levels of secretory IgA, inactivate bacterial toxins, release beneficial polyamines, support the establishment of friendly bacteria, and help to restore nutrient absorption capacity to the small intestinal mucosa. It has been widely studied and used to help prevent post-antibiotic diarrhea. In 1923, while searching in Indochina for a new heat-resistant strain of yeast in order to make good wine, French microbiologist Henri Boulard noticed that the native people were drinking a tea that effectively stopped choleric diarrhea. They cooked the skins from the tropical fruits lychee (Litchi chinensis) and mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) and drank the tea. Boulard was able to isolate the agent responsible for stopping the diarrhea, a strain of yeast of the Saccharomyces genus. He then named the yeast after himself, Saccharomyces boulardii, enshrining his family name in the fond thoughts of diarrhea sufferers forever after.
The gastrointestinal tract is a complex micro-ecosystem, in which the mucosal lining hosts billions of microorganisms that live attached to it. These probiotic ("life-promoting") bacteria find food and shelter, in turn producing vitamins and other useful metabolic products for the body. They also help control the growth of other, less beneficial micro-organisms. Well-known probiotics include Lactobacillus and Bifido bacteria.

95. SCOP: Protein: Glytm1bzip From Chimeric (
Protein Glytm1bzip from Chimeric (Rattus norvegicus) and (saccharomyces cerevisiae). SpeciesChimeric (Rattus norvegicus) and (saccharomyces cerevisiae).
Rattus norvegicus ) and ( saccharomyces cerevisiae Structural Classification of Proteins
Protein: Glytm1bzip from Chimeric ( Rattus norvegicus ) and ( saccharomyces cerevisiae
  • Root: scop
  • Class: Designed proteins
    Experimental structures of proteins with essentially non-natural sequences. Not a true class
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  • Protein: Glytm1bzip
    a chimeric peptide model of tropomyosin and GCN4 coiled coils
  • Species: Chimeric ( Rattus norvegicus ) and ( saccharomyces cerevisiae
    PDB Entry Domains:
  • chain a
  • chain b Enter search key: Generated from scop database 1.61 with scopm 1.096 on Thu Oct 31 18:40:44 2002
  • 96. Welcome To Mips
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    97. Saccharomyces WU-BLAST2 Search
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    Query Comment (optional, will be added to output for your use): NOTE: If the input sequence is less than 30 letters you should change the default Cutoff Score value to something less than 100 or you can miss matches. Upload Local TEXT File: FASTA, GCG, and RAW sequence formats are okay
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    BLASTN : nucleotide query to nucleotide db BLASTP : protein query to protein db BLASTX : translated (6 frames) nucl. query to protein db TBLASTX : transl. (6 frames) nucl. query to transl (6) nt db TBLASTN : protein query to translated (6 frames) nt db Choose a Sequence Database. All datasets contain only S. cerevisiae sequences.
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