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The term 'sake yeast' is generally used to indicate the Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains that possess characteristics distinct from others including the laboratory strain S288C and are well suited for sake brewery. Here, we report the draft whole-genome shotgun sequence of a commonly used diploid sake yeast strain, Kyokai no. 7 (K7). The assembled sequence(More)
The effect of storage period before reheating on the volatile composition and lipid oxidation of steamed yellowtail fish muscle samples [ordinary muscle (OM) and dark muscle (DM)] was studied to evaluate the quality of fish meat in the cook-chill process. In OM and DM samples that were reheated on day 7 of storage, the levels of 26 compounds and most(More)
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