Gene expression profiles of Candida glycerinogenes under combined heat and high-glucose stresses.

  title={Gene expression profiles of Candida glycerinogenes under combined heat and high-glucose stresses.},
  author={Fei Yang and Xinyao Lu and H. Zong and Hao Ji and B. Zhuge},
  journal={Journal of bioscience and bioengineering},
  volume={126 4},
Low cell tolerance is a basic issue in high-glucose fermentation under high temperature to economically obtain high product titer. Candida glycerinogenes, an industrial yeast, has excellent tolerance to the combined heat and high-glucose stress than Saccharomycescerevisiae. The potential mechanism responsible for the high tolerance was illustrated here. The transcription of the potential stress-responsive genes in two strains were varied under single stress (heat or high-glucose), especially… Expand

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