Flocculation assays

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Abstract

While yeast flocculation is a continuing source of research, no international method has been accepted to monitor the progress of cell flocculation. This presentation will report on previous, existing, and potential methods for yeast flocculation assay. We will review the Helm and Burns methods and derivatives, adherence and kinetic methods, and absorbance techniques. Standard methods will also be reviewed. In addition, measures of cell wall hydrophobicity and zymolectin 'density' will be discussed. Finally, research with the TRAC method of monitoring flocculation gene expression will be presented.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2009
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
EventYeast Flocculation, Vitality and Viability - Boston, United States
Duration: 20 Apr 200921 Apr 2009

Conference

ConferenceYeast Flocculation, Vitality and Viability
CountryUnited States
CityBoston
Period20/04/0921/04/09

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    Huuskonen, A. (2009). Flocculation assays. Paper presented at Yeast Flocculation, Vitality and Viability, Boston, United States.