Addition of ammonia or amino acids to a nitrogen-depleted medium affects gene expression patterns in yeast cells during alcoholic fermentation.

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Yeast cells require nitrogen and are capable of selectively using good nitrogen sources in preference to poor ones by means of the regulatory mechanism known as nitrogen catabolite repression (NCR). Herein, the effect of ammonia or amino acid addition to nitrogen-depleted medium on global yeast expression patterns in yeast cells was studied using alcoholic… (More)

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@article{JimnezMart2008AdditionOA, title={Addition of ammonia or amino acids to a nitrogen-depleted medium affects gene expression patterns in yeast cells during alcoholic fermentation.}, author={Elena Jim{\'e}nez-Mart{\'i} and Marcel l{\'i} del Olmo}, journal={FEMS yeast research}, year={2008}, volume={8 2}, pages={245-56} }