Back to article: Non-canonical regulation of glutathione and trehalose biosynthesis characterizes non-Saccharomyces wine yeasts with poor performance in active dry yeast production

TABLE 1. Biomass yield, fermentative capacity and oxidatively damaged macromolecules in T73 (S. cerevisiae) and non-Saccharomyces wine yeast strains.

a Cell growth after 24 h in the molasses medium at 30°C, measured as OD600.

b Fermentative capacity from ADY; measured in YPGF medium for 6 h at 30°C.

c Lipid peroxidation and protein carbonylation from ADY. Protein carbonyl was expressed as Ci/ Pi, where Ci is the protein carbonyl content quantified by an image analysis and Pi is total protein from coomassie-stained membranes.

*SD of three independent experiments in brackets.

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