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Transcription profiling of sparkling wine second fermentation.
There is a specific set of stress factors that yeast cells must overcome under second fermentation conditions, during the production of sparkling wines by the traditional (Champenoise) method. SomeExpand
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Basis of genetic adaptation to heavy metal stress in the acidophilic green alga Chlamydomonas acidophila.
To better understand heavy metal tolerance in Chlamydomonas acidophila, an extremophilic green alga, we assembled its transcriptome and measured transcriptomic expression before and after Cd exposureExpand
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Horizontal Gene Transfer of Phytochelatin Synthases from Bacteria to Extremophilic Green Algae
Transcriptomic sequencing together with bioinformatic analyses and an automated annotation process led us to identify novel phytochelatin synthase (PCS) genes from two extremophilic green algaeExpand
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Flocculation and transcriptional adaptation to fermentation conditions in a recombinant wine yeast strain defective for KNR4/SMI1
KNR4 defective recombinant wine yeast strains were previously shown to oversecrete mannoproteins during alcoholic fermentation and, depending on the genetic background, to contribute to proteinExpand
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Prenatal Diagnosis of a Female Fetus with Ring Chromosome 9, 46,XX,r(9)(p24q34), and a de novo Interstitial 9p Deletion
Ring chromosomes are circular structures formed as a result of breaks in the chromosome arms and the fusion of the proximal broken ends with a loss of distal material, or by fusion of dysfunctionalExpand
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Genome-wide identification of genes involved in growth and fermentation activity at low temperature in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Fermentation at low temperatures is one of the most popular current winemaking practices because of its reported positive impact on the aromatic profile of wines. However, low temperature is anExpand
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58. PGD-SEQ: VALIDATION OF A NOVEL SOLUTION FOR PGT-M AND PGT-SR BASED ON TARGET ENRICHMENT
Introduction Recently, we have developed PGD-Seq, which is a solution for PGT-M and PGT-SR analysis, which can be coupled to PGT-A. PGD-Seq has several advantages over other solutions: (1) PGD-Seq isExpand
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Contents Vol. 144, 2014
Jacqueline Smith Division of Genetics and Genomics Roslin Institute, Roslin Midlothian EH25 9PS (UK) Tel. (+44) 131 527 4200 Fax (+44) 131 440 0434 E-mail: jacqueline.smith@bbsrc.ac.uk PlantExpand