*  Understanding dynamic activities of the yeast galactose utilization network under environmental changes
This network allows yeast cells to metabolize galactose in the absence of glucose and is tightly repressed when glucose is ... Using a microfluidic device, we supplied yeast cells with both glucose and galactose before linearly depleting glucose at ... yeast. galactose. dc.title. Understanding dynamic activities of the yeast galactose utilization network under environmental ... Understanding dynamic activities of the yeast galactose utilization network under environmental changes. dc.contributor.advisor ...
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*  Maximal Stimulation of Meiotic Recombination by a Yeast Transcription Factor Requires the Transcription Activation Domain and a...
Sporulation of QFY120 in medium containing galactose, instead of glucose, did not significantly elevate the frequency of ... 1987 Interaction of positive and negative regulatory proteins in the galactose regulon of yeast. Cell 50: 143-146. ... 1991 Regulated expression of the GAL4 activator gene in yeast provides a sensitive genetic switch for glucose repression. Proc ... 1991 A yeast protein that binds to vertebrate telomeres and conserved yeast telomeric junctions. Genes Dev. 5: 49-59. ...
  http://www.genetics.org/content/152/1/101
*  New yeast trick for eating favorite food: Details in Na... ( It is well known that yeast the humb...)
... yeast,trick,for,eating,favorite,food:,Details,in,Nature,paper,biological,advanced biology technology,biology laboratory ... It is well known that yeast the humble ingredient that goes into our ...The findings will be published online by the journal ... The undulating sine wave represents pulses of glucose delivered to the yeast cells while galactose levels remained constant. ... models for the yeast metabolic network underestimated how quickly and nimbly yeast can switch from galactose to glucose. ...
  http://www.bio-medicine.org/biology-technology-1/New-yeast-trick-for-eating-favorite-food-3A-Details-in-Nature-paper-6840-1/
*  Syt1p promotes activation of Arl1p at the late Golgi to recruit Imh1p | Journal of Cell Science
Wild-type and mutant yeast grown in glucose or galactose medium were labeled with the endocytotic tracer dye FM4-64. Note that ... Yeast expressing Arl1p were integrated with GST-Syt1p under the GAL1 promoter. Galactose was added to induce GST-Syt1p, yeast ... Δ cells and examined vacuole morphology in yeast grown in glucose- or galactose-containing medium. Repression of Syt1p, Imh1p, ... Yeast two-hybrid analysis. Yeast two-hybrid assays were performed using the 'interaction-trap' system (Golemis and Khazak, 1997 ...
  http://jcs.biologists.org/content/123/20/3478
*  Oalib search
when pyes2-ta1 plasmid was transformed into yeast, galactose instead of glucose was used to induce ta1 expression. western blot ... Construction and application of a yeast expression system for thymosin a1 Chen,Feng; Chen,Xiang-Ming; Chen,Zhi; Jiang,Han-Liang ... dried yeast containing pyest2-ta1 was fed to balb/c mice whose immunities were inhibited by cyclophosphamide in advance. ... Abstract: we want to construct a yeast expression system for thymosin a1 (ta1) to make the orally administered ta1 preparation ...
  http://www.oalib.com/search?kw=CHEN%20Zhong-rong&searchField=authors
*  pH increasing problem of yeast fermentation (under aerobic condition) - Microbiology - BioForum
... glucose and galactose) by Kluyveromyces marxianus (yeast) in the fermentor. The initial pH of medium is 7.0. I think it is ... pH increasing problem of yeast fermentation (under aerobic condition) - posted in Microbiology: Dear all, Recently I did ... Recently I did consuming experiments with two monosaccharides (glucose and galactose) by Kluyveromyces marxianus (yeast) in the ... pH increasing problem of yeast fermentation (under aerobic condition). Started by Biogareth, Dec 14 2011 06:30 AM ...
  http://www.protocol-online.org/forums/topic/23769-ph-increasing-problem-of-yeast-fermentation-under-aerobic-condition/
*  Plus it
Unlike yeasts, LAB are able to break down lactose into glucose and galactose, essential sources of energy for yeasts. And under ... Acetaldehyde production from ethanol and glucose by non-Candida albicans yeasts in vitro . Oral Oncol 2009;45:e245-8. ... Yeast isolates were identified by sequencing using ITS1 and NL4 primers spanning the ITS1-5.8S, rRNA-ITS2, and 26S rRNA regions ... Yeast and lactic acid bacteria (LAB) have been reported to be the dominant microbial species in African fermented milk (15). ...
  http://cebp.aacrjournals.org/content/22/1/69
*  Metabolic Fate of the Increased Yeast Amino Acid Uptake Subsequent to Catabolite Derepression
... yeast. Yeast was grown in 2% glucose (filled bars) or 2% galactose (hollow bars) and incubated in the assay medium with glucose ... fold when WT yeast was grown in 2% galactose YNB (Figure 5(c)). Cs1 expression was visible in WT yeast grown in 2% glucose ... in yeast grown in 2% glucose or galactose medium. The Yeast-GFP clone collection is designed to express full-length proteins, ... Yeast was grown in either 2% glucose (filled bars) or 2% galactose (hollow bars). L-[14C]leucine uptake and oxidation were ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jaa/2013/461901/
*  PGM2 - Phosphoglucomutase 2 - Saccharomyces cerevisiae (strain ATCC 204508 / S288c) (Baker's yeast) - PGM2 gene & protein
... an essential step in the energy metabolism of galactose since the product of the galactose pathway enzymes in yeast is glucose ... other than galactose are the energy source because glucose 1-phosphate is the starting point for the synthesis of UDP-glucose, ... Major phosphoglucomutase isozyme that catalyzes the reversible interconversion of glucose 1-phosphate and glucose 6-phosphate ( ... "Transcription of a yeast phosphoglucomutase isozyme gene is galactose inducible and glucose repressible.". Oh D., Hopper J.E.. ...
  http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/P37012
*  Investigation involving Immobilized yeast
Glucose, Lactose, Galactose etc.) of the same concentration. The plan I have is to see how long it takes for the pellets to ... YEAST e-mail: messages sent to yeast at net.bio.net subscribe: e-mail biosci-server at net.bio.net with: subscribe yeast ... unsubscribe yeast YEAST on the WWW: http://genome-www.stanford.edu/Saccharomyces/VL-yeast.html problems with the YEAST ... Investigation involving Immobilized yeast. apguy at mad.scientist.com apguy at mad.scientist.com Mon Oct 7 11:38:01 EST 2002 * ...
  http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/yeast/2002-October/010262.html
*  Recombination‐induced CAG trinucleotide repeat expansions in yeast involve the MRE11-RAD50-XRS2 complex | The EMBO Journal
Yeast cells were plated in parallel on glucose and galactose plates. After 4-5 days at 30°C, colonies were scored on both ... was scored as the ratio of colonies growing on galactose plates as compared with colonies growing on glucose plates. Survivors ... Cohen H, Sears DD, Zenvirth D, Hieter P and Simchen G (1999) Increased instability of human CTG repeat tracts on yeast ... Richard G‐F, Hennequin C, Thierry A and Dujon B (1999a) Trinucleotide repeats and other microsatellites in yeasts. Res ...
  http://emboj.embopress.org/content/19/10/2381
*  Galactose epimerase deficiency - Wikipedia
"Overexpression of human UDP-glucose pyrophosphorylase rescues galactose-1-phosphate uridyltransferase-deficient yeast". Biochem ... preventing the formation of glucose-1-phosphate and leading to the accumulation of galactose and galactose-1-phosphate. High ... Galactose epimerase deficiency, also known as GALE deficiency, Galactosemia III and UDP-galactose-4-epimerase deficiency, is a ... UDP-Galactose-4-Epimerase -606953 Lai K, Elsas LJ, Wierenga KJ (November 2009). "Galactose toxicity in animals". IUBMB Life. 61 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galactose_epimerase_deficiency
*  Improved sugar co-utilisation by encapsulation of a recombinant Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain in alginate-chitosan capsules
... whereas no lag phase was observed for the encapsulated yeast, and glucose, mannose, galactose and xylose were utilised in ... There are recombinant yeast strains that address both of these issues, but co-utilisation of glucose and xylose is still an ... A non-recombinant way to increase yeast tolerance to hydrolysates is by encapsulation of the yeast. This can be explained by ... but also promoted simultaneous utilisation of glucose and xylose. Encapsulation of the yeast resulted in consumption of at ...
  http://www.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:869969
*  Biological Chemistry
20 ml of glucose was added to 1ml yeast 20ml or sucrose was added to 1ml of yeast 20ml of galactose was added to 1 ml of yeast ... Glucose and sucrose easily produced alcohol fermentation in yeast. Why didn't galactose and lactose? This was the virtual ... 1) In absence of oxygen, a yeast cell undergoes fermentation and uses 100 molecules of glucose. How much net ATP will be ... What is the purpose of ferementation after glycolysis? and.. Why use starved starved yeast rather than sugar fed yeasts for ...
  https://brainmass.com/biology/biological-chemistry/pg6
*  How can Red Seaweed be used for biofuel? | GreenAnswers
A specially engineered strain of yeast is used to break down the seaweeed, producing glucose and galactose, two sugars. Then a ... Until recently, fermenting galactose has been a very inefficient process, however, which can be the kiss of death when it comes ... Luckily, a new strain of the microbe has been developed which more efficiently ferments galactose, making red seaweed a much ...
  http://greenanswers.com/question/how-can-red-seaweed-be-used-biofuel/
*  The Circuitry of Yeast | Biomedical Computation Review
If yeast is deprived of its favorite sugar (glucose), it will consume an alternative and less nutritious sugar (galactose). The ... But the experimental yeast was responding much faster to the glucose fluctuations than the model predicted. "This suggested ... Studying live yeast provided the answer: The messenger RNA necessary for the galactose metabolic pathway was degraded when ... created a sinusoidal input by alternately feeding and starving yeast of glucose on different time scales while galactose was ...
  http://www.bcr.org/content/circuitry-yeast
*  Functional characterization of the Cdc42p binding domain of yeast Ste20p protein kinase | The EMBO Journal
CLA4 expression was then suppressed by replica plating patches of yeast cells from galactose medium to glucose medium. As ... Yeast manipulations. Yeast media, culture conditions and manipulations of yeast strains were as described (Rose et al., 1990). ... Yeast strains. The S.cerevisiae yeast strains used in this study are listed in Table II. Strains containing the ste20Δ334−369 ... The filters were placed onto YEP‐glucose (2%) or YEP‐galactose (4%) plates and mating was allowed to proceed for 4 h at 30°C. ...
  http://emboj.embopress.org/content/16/1/83
*  Stout with Lactose - Yeast and Fermentation - Homebrewers Association | AHA Forum
It's a disaccharide, a sugar, but yeast don't have the right enzyme to break the bond between the galactose and glucose. ... I'm using WLP 006... the Bedford Ale Yeast. I would've thought that I would've gotten down to 1.010 at least. Any thoughts? ... It's not a type of dextrin that can't be digested by yeast, correct? I made a milk stout with an OG of 1.055. Currently (after ...
  https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/forum/index.php?topic=3878.msg44259
*  EJPAU 2017. Skryplonek K. , Jasi ska M. WHEY-BASED BEVERAGES
... alcoholic fermentation process performed by lactose-fermenting yeast of the genus Saccharomyces and glucose and galactose ... Kefir-yeast technology: Industrial scale-up of alcoholic fermentation of whey, promoted by raisin extracts, using kefir-yeast ... this disaccharide can be enzymatic hydrolyzed to monosaccharides glucose and galactose. Apart of easier digestion, these sugars ... The substitution of 50% of water with acid whey caused higher level of protein, ash, glucose, lactose and vitamin B2. However ...
  http://www.ejpau.media.pl/volume20/issue4/art-09.html
*  Operons | SpringerLink
More recently, functional gene clustering has been reported in eukaryotes, from yeasts to fila ... Galactose utilization is widespread amongst yeasts and is likely to be ancestral. However, several yeast species have lost the ... The first step in lactose metabolism is catalyzed by β-galactosidase, which cleaves lactose into galactose and glucose. Lactose ... The GAL genes, which are required for galactose utilization, are clustered in the genomes of every yeast species in which they ...
  https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00018-009-0114-3
*  Requirements for nuclear localization of the Lsm2-8p complex and competition between nuclear and cytoplasmic Lsm complexes |...
... glucose replaced by 2% galactose. For overexpression in yeast and for GFP fusions, complete synthetic drop-out medium (SD) was ... To investigate this, yeast cells that produce 13myc-tagged Lsm7p and in which LSM8 was under control of a galactose-inducible ... MPS7 (PGAL1-HA-LSM8) cells were grown in galactose medium to mid-log-phase and then shifted to glucose for 12 hours to deplete ... Therefore, Lsm7-13myc localization was examined after glucose deprivation (galactose or YP medium) or osmotic shock (exposure ...
  http://jcs.biologists.org/content/120/24/4310.full
*  Thermotoga naphthophila - Wikipedia
T. naphthophila requires yeast extract, peptone, glucose, galactose, fructose, mannitol, ribose, arabinose, sucrose, lactose, ... T. naphthophila and T. petrophila can grow at temperatures ranging between 47-88°C on yeast extract, peptone, glucose, fructose ... After arriving to the lab, the species were isolated on a medium of 0.2% yeast extract (YE) in artificial seawater at a pH of 7 ... According to the Takahata et.al., lactate, acetate, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen gas are its end products from glucose ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermotoga_naphthophila
*  Frontiers | VopE, a Vibrio cholerae Type III Effector, Attenuates the Activation of CWI-MAPK Pathway in Yeast Model System |...
... also exhibited partial lethality in the yeast system. With the aid of yeast genetic tools and different stressors, we have ... also exhibited partial lethality in the yeast system. With the aid of yeast genetic tools and different stressors, we have ... In the current study, ectopic expression of VopE was found to be toxic in a yeast model system and toxicity was further ... interfering with the CWI-MAPK cellular pathway can partially suppress the VopX mediated yeast growth inhibition. Taken together ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcimb.2017.00082/full
*  SOLID CORE STRUCTURE PARABOLIC TROUGH SOLAR ENERGY COLLECTION SYSTEM - Patent application
FERMENTATIVE PRODUCTION OF ETHANOL FROM GLUCOSE, GALACTOSE AND ARABINOSE EMPLOYING A RECOMBINANT YEAST STRAIN. ...
  http://www.patentsencyclopedia.com/app/20110067692