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Molecular mechanisms of freeze injuries in commercial baker’s yeast


ABSTRACT: Frozen dough baking is useful method in the modern bread-making industry. However, the fermentation activity of baker’s yeast dramatically decreased after thawing due to freeze injuries, because baker’s yeast cells contained in dough experience freeze injuries during freeze-thaw processes. Here, we performed genome-wide expression analysis to determine genetic response in baker’s yeasts under freeze-thaw condition using a DNA microarray analysis. Functional and clustering analyses in gene expression reveal that genes could be characterized by the term of freeze-thaw stress. Under short-term freeze stress (freeze treatment for 3 day), genes involved in ribosomal protein were up-regulated. Under long-term freeze stress (freeze treatment for longer than 7 day), genes involved in energy synthesis were up-regulated. In each phase, genes involved in protein damage, several stresses and trehalose and glycogen metabolism were also up-regulated. Through these freeze stress, yeast cells may improve reduced efficiency of translation and enhanced cell protection mechanism to survive under freeze stress condition. These regulations of these genes would be controlled by the cAMP-protein kinase A pathway. Keywords: baker’s yeast, freeze-thaw stress, gene expression, freezing period Overall design: All experiments were done in duplicate from two independent samples.

INSTRUMENT(S): [YG_S98] Affymetrix Yeast Genome S98 Array

ORGANISM(S): Saccharomyces cerevisiae  

SUBMITTER: Satomi Mizukami Murata  

PROVIDER: GSE8673 | GEO | 2009-07-31

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): PRJNA101885

REPOSITORIES: GEO

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