Glycolytic Functions Are Conserved in the Genome of the Wine Yeast Hanseniaspora uvarum, and Pyruvate Kinase Limits Its Capacity for Alcoholic Fermentation.

@article{Langenberg2017GlycolyticFA,
  title={Glycolytic Functions Are Conserved in the Genome of the Wine Yeast Hanseniaspora uvarum, and Pyruvate Kinase Limits Its Capacity for Alcoholic Fermentation.},
  author={Anne-Kathrin Langenberg and Frauke J Bink and Lena I. Wolff and Stefan Walter and Christian von Wallbrunn and Manfred Grossmann and J{\"u}rgen J. Heinisch and H. -J. Schmitz},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2017},
  volume={83 22}
}
Hanseniaspora uvarum (anamorph Kloeckera apiculata) is a predominant yeast on wine grapes and other fruits and has a strong influence on wine quality, even when Saccharomyces cerevisiae starter cultures are employed. In this work, we sequenced and annotated approximately 93% of the H. uvarum genome. Southern and synteny analyses were employed to construct a map of the seven chromosomes present in a type strain. Comparative determinations of specific enzyme activities within the fermentative… CONTINUE READING
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