Springer; 1st ed. 2019 edition
3030130347; 3030130355; 3030130371
9783030130343/ 9783030130350/ 9783030130374
Yeasts in Biotechnology and Human Health is a PDF document that provides genome-based approaches to provide an all-inclusive understanding of yeasts in Human Health and as mannequin organisms in fundamental research or industrial manufacture. Yeasts are used in both of these areas. It covers important organic processes, the biotechnological exploitation of yeast, and the management of disease by using a number of different strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae as well as quite a few non-typical species of yeast that have been isolated from a variety of different origins. In addition to this, it demonstrates how practical and comparative genomics, as well as the development of technologies for genome editing, are utilized in contemporary yeast research.
When a number of Nobel Prizes in Physiology/Medicine and Chemistry had been awarded for state-of-the-art research, using yeast strains to make clear molecular mechanisms in a broad vary of human physiological processes and ailments, like autophagy, telomerase exercise, and cell cycle regulation, the usage of yeasts as experimental eukaryotic fashions steadily gained prominence. This is because yeasts are eukaryotic organisms that can be grown in the laboratory.
This book is a great resource for medical researchers working with yeast infection models, industrial researchers employing applied microbiology, and scientists conducting research on yeast.
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