Trinidad Márquez

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The aim of this work was to demonstrate the direct interaction between membrane sterols of yeast lees and some polymerized phenolic compounds resulting from wine model solution browning. For this purpose, we first demonstrated by measurement of steady-state fluorescence anisotropy of the cationic fluorescent TMA-DPH probe the effect of polymerized compounds(More)
Wine model solutions were used to study the ability of dehydrated yeasts to retain the brown products formed in the reaction between (+)-catechin and acetaldehyde. Saccharomyces cerevisiae races capensis and bayanus, two typical flor yeasts involved in the biological aging of sherry wines, had a higher capacity to retain coloured compounds than S.(More)
The purpose of this work was to examine the possible involvement of yeast membrane components in the adsorption of browning compounds from oxidized white wine. For this purpose, different yeast strains and growth conditions (aerobiosis and anaerobiosis) were tested for their ability to prevent browning of two model solutions consisting of(More)
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