Exogenous Calcium Improves Viability of Biocontrol Yeasts Under Heat Stress by Reducing ROS Accumulation and Oxidative Damage of Cellular Protein

@article{An2012ExogenousCI,
  title={Exogenous Calcium Improves Viability of Biocontrol Yeasts Under Heat Stress by Reducing ROS Accumulation and Oxidative Damage of Cellular Protein},
  author={Bang An and Boqiang Li and Guozheng Qin and Shiping Tian},
  journal={Current Microbiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={65},
  pages={122-127}
}
In this article, we investigated the effect of exogenous calcium on improving viability of Debaryomyces hansenii and Pichia membranaefaciens under heat stress, and evaluated the role of calcium in reducing oxidant damage of proteins in the yeast cells. The results indicated that high concentration of exogenous calcium in culture medium was beneficial for enhancing the tolerance of the biocontrol yeasts to heat stress. The possible mechanism of calcium improving the viability of yeasts was… CONTINUE READING

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