Saccharomyces cerevisiae

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Saccharomyces boulardii

a yeast species widely prescribed for treatment of diarrhea. Molecular typing shows it to be nearly identical, genetically, to S. cerevisiae; however it is metabolically and physiologically different.
See also: Saccharomyces.

Saccharomyces cerevisiae

A yeast used in recombinant DNA technology to manufacture proteins for medical use, e.g., in vaccine components.
See also: Saccharomyces
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cerevisiae has integral ATP-binding membrane proteins (ABC proteins), responsible for the translocation of bile salts and may efficiently transport conjugated bile acids.
cerevisiae naturally present (though initially at very low numbers) in the must will eventually dominate and complete the fermentation.
The eight indigenous strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae selected for a detailed study on fructooligosaccharides production had showed that the optimal production conditions, regarding pH and temperature, are directly dependent on the strain used.
cerevisiae tras la exposicion a gentamicina a cualquiera de las concentraciones probadas solo con la suplementacion de metformina (Fig.
cerevisiae mainly through generating lactate and competing for nutrients and living space.
The main objective of the present study was to optimize different bioprocess parameters including, temperature, pH, aeration, agitation, inoculum size, and optimum time require for fermentation process using co culture of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Pachysolen tannophilus, to achieve maximum ethanol concentration from cotton stalk hydrolysate.
cerevisiae and the yeast Yarrowia lipolytica to use potassium phosphite as a source of phosphorus.
Breast meat yield: Results showed that the breast meat yield in broilers fed diet supplemented with yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), Toyocerine(r) and mixture of both (Saccharomyces cerevisiae + Toyocerine(r)) showed a significant increase.
cerevisiae 1355, and Candida tropicalis 1254) on the in vitro ruminal fermentation characteristics of rice straw and maize stover by ruminal microorganisms from dairy cows, to further understand the mode of action of live yeast species in the rumen, and to provide more valuable information on the live yeast application to ruminants' diets in practice.