industrial yeast

industrial yeast

[in′dəs·trē·əl ¦yēst]
(microbiology)
Any yeast used for the production of fermented foods and beverages, for baking, or for the production of vitamins, proteins, alcohol, glycerol, and enzymes.
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The researchers used a mathematical model to identify the bottlenecks in the production of oil in the industrial yeast Yarrowia lipolytica.
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Brett Lund, the company's EVP & general counsel, said that the invention further details and protects the innovations contained in the Gevo yeast organism to turn an industrial yeast strain into a highly efficient cell factory to produce isobutanol.
Purification and characterization of invertase from a novel industrial yeast, Schwanniomyces occidentalis.
For the potential billion liter ethanol gain to be realized, follow-up research on the transfer of this concept to industrial yeast strains and real-life process conditions is required.
The food waste goes to a bioreactor where industrial yeast ferments it into ethanol.
A leading French manufacturer of industrial yeast is hoping to interest U.
Now, Boles and his colleagues have succeeded in genetically modifying industrial yeast strains, thus producing ethanol from xylose in a single step.
The Center will focus on both basic scientific research and applied research in bioengineering; immediate projects include a novel method for detecting prostate cancer and improved processes for the production of acids in industrial yeast.
At Verdezyne, he has established and leads programs on the metabolic engineering of industrial yeast strains for the production of cellulosic ethanol and adipic acid, the precursor for renewable nylon.

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