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Origin of yeast's brewing capacity

The ability of yeast cells to convert sugar to alcohol, the key process in the production of beer and wine, can be attributed to a remarkable evolutionary process.



Secrets of biofuel yeast's genome

Scientists have analyzed the genome structures of bioethanol-producing microorganisms, uncovering genetic clues that will be critical in developing new technologies needed to implement production on a global scale.



RNA interference found in budding yeasts

Some budding yeast species have the ability to silence genes using RNA interference. Until now, most researchers thought that no budding yeasts possess the RNAi pathway because Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the protoypical model budding yeast does not.



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