Different mechanisms of resistance modulate sulfite tolerance in wine yeasts

  title={Different mechanisms of resistance modulate sulfite tolerance in wine yeasts},
  author={Chiara Nadai and Laura Treu and Stefano Campanaro and Alessio Giacomini and Viviana Corich},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
From a technological point of view, yeast resistance to sulfite is of great interest and represents an important technological character for winemaking. Several mechanisms are involved, and strain-dependent strategies to obtain SO2 resistance can deeply influence wine quality, although this choice is less relevant in determining the technological performance of the strain during fermentation. In this study, to better understand the strain-specific mechanisms of resistance, 11 Saccharomyces… CONTINUE READING
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