autolysate


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autolysate

 [aw-tol´ĭ-sāt]
a substance produced by autolysis.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

au·tol·y·sate

(aw-tol'i-sāt),
The mixture of substances (for example, broken) resulting from autolysis.
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autolysate

(ô-tŏl′ĭ-sāt′, -zāt′)
n.
An end product of autolysis.
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au·tol·y·sate

(aw-tol'i-sāt)
The mixture of substances resulting from autolysis.
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Yeast autolysate baits supplied from Mauri Yeast, such as Pinnacle[R] and Bugs for Bugs, have been an important component in battling Bactrocera species as part of integrated pest management programs in Australia (Lloyd et al.
Maksimovic, "Contribution of lactic acid fermentation to improved nutritive quality vegetable juices enriched with brewer's yeast autolysate," Food Chemistry, vol.
influenzae, a previously described selective medium (chocolate gonococcal [GC] agar base with sheep blood, supplemented with 1% yeast autolysate and vancomycin 5 [micro]g/mL, bacitracin 300 [micro]g/mL, and clindamycin 1 [micro]g/mL) was used for swab inoculation (4).
The foremost among the proposed supplements is yeast extract, by and large sourced from the autolysate of spent Saccharomyces cells, an underutilized waste by-product of brewing industry [20].
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What's new: New products: ViniLiquid, the first liquid yeast autolysate rich in nutriels to ensure alcoholic fermentation completion.
1 think there's room in the market for a fresh, fruit-centered sparkling wine, without a lot of autolysate character but made with coastal grapes and priced between something like Andre or Barefoot and methode champenoise.
Lallemand Bio-Ingredients specializes in whole cell yeast, autolysates, yeast extracts, yeast rich in vitamins & minerals for the savory and nutritional markets and in Fermentation Nutrition Ingredients for the fermentation industry and microbiological media manufacturers.
Zironi, "Interactions between yeast autolysates and volatile compounds in wine and model solution," Food Chemistry, vol.
As you may know, yeast extract is the common name for yeast autolysates. These are concentrations of yeast cells that are allowed to die and break up.
Some suppliers, however, maintained yeast autolysates as alternative flavor enhancers on a "clean" label.
Wei, "In vitro antioxidative activities of squid (Ommastrephes bartrami) viscera autolysates and identification of active peptides," Process Biochemistry, vol.