Monitoring of quorum-sensing molecules during minifermentation studies in wine yeast.

  title={Monitoring of quorum-sensing molecules during minifermentation studies in wine yeast.},
  author={J. Zupan and Martina Avbelj and Bojan Butinar and Janez Kosel and Matej {\vS}ergan and Peter Raspor},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  volume={61 10},
At high cell density or under low nutrient conditions, yeasts collectively adapt their metabolism by secreting aromatic alcohols in what is known as quorum sensing. However, the mechanisms and role of quorum sensing in yeast are poorly understood, and the methodology behind this process is not well established. This paper describes an effective approach to study quorum sensing in yeast fermentations. The separation, detection, and quantification of the putative quorum-sensing molecules 2… CONTINUE READING
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