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A combined genetic and genomic approach uncovers molecular basis of wine yeast fermentation traits

ABSTRACT: Industrial wine yeast strains possess specific abilities to ferment under stressing conditions and give a suitable aromatic outcome. Although the fermentations properties of Saccharomyces cervisiae wine yeasts are well documented little is known on the genetic basis underlying the fermentation traits. Besides, although strain differences in gene expression has been reported, their relationships with gene expression variations and fermentation phenotypic variations is unknown. To both identify the genetic basis of fermentation traits and get insight on their relationships with gene expression variations, we combined fermentation traits QTL mapping and expression profiling in a segregating population from a cross between a wine yeast derivative and a laboratory strain. 40 samples are analysed with 2 technical replicates, using a unique reference named pool of the 30 segregants. The transcriptome of each segregant is compared to the transcriptome of the pool. The transcriptome of 5 biologic replicates of each parental strain is also compared to this reference. An haploid derivative of the commercialized wine yeast EC1118 which sequence is available (Novo et al. 2009. PNAS, 106:16333-16338) called 59A was used as industrial wine yeast. It is a prototroph strain and has a MATa sexual type. The haploid laboratory strain S288C (MATa) was used for crossing.

ORGANISM(S): Saccharomyces cerevisiae  

SUBMITTER: Bruno Blondin   Chloé Ambroset 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-26437 | ArrayExpress | 2011-01-19



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