Differences amongAGT1-encoded α-glucoside transporters and their ability to transport maltotriose inSaccharomyces yeasts

@article{Smit2007DifferencesA,
  title={Differences amongAGT1-encoded α-glucoside transporters and their ability to transport maltotriose inSaccharomyces yeasts},
  author={Ann{\'e}l Smit and Ricardo R. Cordero Otero and Isak S. Pretorius},
  journal={Annals of Microbiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={57},
  pages={77-84}
}
  • Annél Smit, Ricardo R. Cordero Otero, Isak S. Pretorius
  • Published in Annals of Microbiology 2007
  • DOI:10.1007/BF03175054
Improved fermentation of starch and its dextrin products would benefit the brewing and whiskey industries. Most strains ofSaccharomyces ferment glucose and maltose and partially ferment maltotriose, but are unable to utilise the larger dextrin products of starch. This utilisation pattern is partly attributed to the ability of yeast cells to transport the aforementioned mono-, di- and trisaccharides into the cytosol. The maltotriose transporting efficiency varies between differentSaccharomyces… CONTINUE READING

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