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Jan-1999The lactate-proton symport of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is encoded by JEN1Casal, Margarida; Paiva, Sandra; Andrade, Raquel P., et al.ArticleOpen access
8-Dec-2016Lactic acid increases the susceptibility of Candida albicans to fluconazoleAlves, Rosana; Mota, Sandra; Silva, Sónia Carina, et al.AbstractOpen access
2006L’utilizzo di ceppi modificati di saccharomyces cerevisiae in enologiaSchuller, Dorit Elisabeth; Casal, MargaridaArticleOpen access
2006Malic acid degradation by indigenous and commercial Saccharomyces cerevisiae wine strainsPereira, Leonor; Schuller, Dorit Elisabeth; Queirós, Odília, et al.PosterOpen access
16-Dec-2009Manual de boas práticas de produção vitivinícola (BPPV)Casal, Margarida; Schuller, Dorit Elisabeth; Machado, Sofia, et al.BookOpen access
2011A metabolic switch on a yeast arrestin connects glucose signaling to transporter endocytosisBecuwe, Michel; Vieira, N.; Vincent, O., et al.AbstractOpen access
2004Métodos convencionais em microbiologiaCasal, Margarida; Schuller, Dorit Elisabeth; Rodrigues, Georgina Maria Martins, et al.Book partOpen access
2004Métodos moleculares de identificação de leveduras do vinhoSchuller, Dorit Elisabeth; Pais, Célia; Casal, MargaridaBook partOpen access
2011Microevolutionary changes of commercial Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains recovered from vineyard environments identified by comparative genome hybridization on arrayDuarte, Ricardo Franco; Carreto, Laura; Cambon, Brigitte, et al.Oral presentationOpen access
3-Jul-2012Microevolutionary changes of commercial Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains recovered from vineyard environments identified by comparative genome hybridization on array.Duarte, Ricardo Franco; Carrelo, Laura; Dequin, Sylvie, et al.Oral presentationOpen access
Oct-2008Microsatellite analysis reveals populational structures of saccharomyces cerevisiae strains from different appellations of origin and grape varietiesPereira, Leonor; Duarte, Ricardo Franco; Ramos, P., et al.PosterOpen access
28-Jun-2007Modified proteins comprising a bioactive peptide/protein linked to a sequence of aminoacids containing a human carbohydrate binding module (CBM), and development of a system for the administration of therapeutically active proteins and respective utilizations for biomedical purposesDomingues, Lucília; Casal, Margarida; Moreira, Susana, et al.Patent Open access
Jul-2003Molecular and physiological characterization of mono- and dicarboxylic acids permeases in the yeast Kluyveromyces lactisQueirós, Odília; Paiva, Sandra; Ferreira, Pedro Moradas, et al.PosterOpen access
2003Molecular diversity and phenotypic characterization of Saccharomyces sp. strains isolated from the Vinho Verde Wine RegionSchuller, Dorit Elisabeth; Alves, Hugo; Sampaio, Paula, et al.AbstractOpen access
2004Molecular methods evaluation for the typing of Saccharomyces cerevisiae wine strainsSchuller, Dorit Elisabeth; Valero, Eva; Dequin, Sylvie, et al.Oral presentationOpen access
2002Monitoring the spreading of industrial yeast populations in the winery environmentSchuller, Dorit Elisabeth; Cambon, Brigitte; Quintas, L., et al.AbstractOpen access
2014Monocarboxylate transporters as targets and mediators in cancer therapy responseBaltazar, Fátima; Pinheiro, Céline; Santos, Filipa Morais, et al.ArticleOpen access
15-Nov-2018Multifunctional magnetically responsive biocomposites based on genetically engineered silk-elastin-like proteinFernandes, Margarida; Correia, D. M.; Costa, A. da, et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
24-Jun-2005Multiple transcripts regulate glucose-triggered mRNA decay of the lactate transporter JEN1 from Saccharomyces cerevisiaeAndrade, Raquel P.; Kötter, Peter; Entian, Karl-Dieter, et al.ArticleOpen access
8-Sep-2011A new high-throughput method for the rapid extraction of yeast DNAVieira, E.; Neves, J. Drumonde; Lima, Maria Teresa, et al.Oral presentationOpen access