Endo A~Shima J, 2008

Pubmed ID 18471310
Title Genome-wide screening of the genes required for tolerance to vanillin, which is a potential inhibitor of bioethanol fermentation, in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Authors Ayako Endo, Toshihide Nakamura, Akira Ando, Ken Tokuyasu, Jun Shima
Abstract Lignocellulosic materials are abundant and among the most important potential sources for bioethanol production. Although the pretreatment of lignocellulose is necessary for efficient saccharification and fermentation, numerous by-products, including furan derivatives, weak acids, and phenolic compounds, are generated in the pretreatment step. Many of these components inhibit the growth and fermentation of yeast. In particular, vanillin is one of the most effective inhibitors in lignocellulose hydrolysates because it inhibits fermentation at very low concentrations. To identify the genes required for tolerance to vanillin, we screened a set of diploid yeast deletion mutants, which are powerful tools for clarifying the function of particular genes.
Citation Biotechnol Biofuels 2008; 1:3

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Endo A~Shima J, 2008 growth (culture turbidity) vanillin [5 mM] YPD hom 4,688 Quantitative only for hits

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