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TitleThe killer toxin of the halotolerant yeast Candida nodaensis
Author(s)Silva, Sónia Carina
Aguiar, Cristina
Veríssimo, P.
Pires, E.
Lucas, Cândida
KeywordsCandida nodaensis
Killer toxin
Preliminary characterisation
Issue date2003
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Ltd
JournalYeast
Abstract(s)Several halotolerant yeast strains, displaying a broader spectrum of K activity in the presence of salt, were identified in a previous survey. The possibility that these zymocins could be more stable than the ones described so far, lead to the selection of the extremely halotolerant yeast C. nodaensis for further work. The experiments performed to characterize C. nodaensis K factor showed that, besides keeping its biological activity at high NaCl concentrations, is stable after incubation in a relatively broad range of temperature and pH values, whether or not in the presence of salt. These results renewed the interest on this zymocin for the development of yeast-based biocontrol strategies in several biotechnological applications. Several different approaches are in progress in order to achieve its purification and further molecular and biochemical characterisation.
TypeAbstract
DescriptionApresentação efectuada no "XIX International Congress on Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology", em Gotterborg, Suécia, em 2003.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/2177
ISSN0749-503X
AccessOpen access
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