Of selected Torulaspora delbrueckii yeast strains, is highly positive, leading to found that early death of Torulaspora delbrueckii during mixed fer-. Torulaspora delbrueckii is a ubiquitous yeast species with both wild and anthropic habitats. The type strain of T. delbrueckii is CBS T, equivalent to CLIB. Abstract. The yeast Torulaspora delbrueckii is associated with several human activities including oenology, bakery, distillery, dairy industry, etc.


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As no high-identity reference sequence was available for TdV-Mbarr-1 sequence assembly, its full-length sequence was reconstructed using the following strategy.

These supposed contaminating sequences were also filtered from the assembly. Assuming that our Mbarr-1 sequence may have resulted fragmented during the assembly procedure because of the low complexity in torulaspora delbrueckii middle of the sequence containing a putative central poly Aa manual procedure for sequence assembly was used as follows.

Bowtie2 Langmead et al. Then we manually searched the new cleansed Illumina libraries for new raw reads containing a prominent central poly A trait, or its complementary poly Tto manually construct contigs based on at least 10 reads containing the poly A.

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Interestingly, only one contig passed this filter. Two contigs of the Torulaspora delbrueckii assembly were identified under this strategy, and used to resolve a contig consisting in an almost full-length torulaspora delbrueckii of TdV-Mbarr-1 RNA containing approximately nucleotides.

Finally, Bowtie2 Langmead and Salzberg, was used to map the cleansed Illumina libraries over the reconstructed final contig in order to obtain a consensus sequence of TdV-Mbarr-1 RNA genome.

Miscellaneous DNA torulaspora delbrueckii enzyme digestions, PCR, and electrophoresis were done following standard methods according to Sambrook et al. Most of the enzymes were from Promega or Sigma.


Synthetic oligonucleotides were from Biomers. The killer strains were compared to the previously known S.

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New killer yeasts were found only in two fermentations of grapes from the Albarregas Barraecas in Latin river valley and named Kbarr killer strains. Two types of Kbarr phenotypes were found, Kbarr-1 and Kbarr The Kbarr-1 strains killed the Kbarr-2 Figure 1 strains, while the Kbarr-2 strains did not kill the Kbarr-1 strains not shown.

Initially, no Kbarr-2 yeast isolate was chosen for such analysis because they showed lower torulaspora delbrueckii activity than Kbarr-1 strains Figures 1 and 2. All killer Kbarr isolates torulaspora delbrueckii prototrophic yeasts identified as T.

The assay was done on methylene blue agar plates seeded with standard S.


The assay conditions pH and temperature are given on the right. The assay was done at pH 4. They were also lethal to yeast species other torulaspora delbrueckii S.

The Kbarr-1 strains were only weakly sensitive to killer toxins produced by S. The killing-activity spectrum of the Kbarr-1 yeasts was even broader than that of the recently torulaspora delbrueckii S.

Kbarr-1 yeasts showed stronger killer activity than K2 or Klus yeasts, and similar activity to those of S.

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Jacob, in Brewing Microbiology5. The Saccharomyces sensu stricto complex consists of the torulaspora delbrueckii Some industrial strains exhibiting strong fermentation performance belong to the Frohberg group. Rapid species identification within the Saccharomyces sensu stricto group is of great importance for verifying the purity of a species in a beer starter culture and for detecting cross-contaminations.

In addition, there are some non-Saccharomyces yeast species that are used as starter cultures for special beer styles. Saccharomycodes ludwigii is used for the production of low- and nonalcoholic beer styles, where Torulaspora delbrueckii can be used in the production of top-fermented wheat beer as a supplemental yeast strain to generate a distinct fruity aroma.

In spontaneous beer fermentations, other non-Saccharomyces species can be involved, such as Debaryomyces spp.