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Isolation and identification of killer yeasts from Agave sap (aguamiel) and pulque

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Protocol DOI: Commercial interest in the use of natural pigments isolated from microorganisms has increased in recent years; hence, molecules belonging to the polyisoprenoid group i. In the present work, the integral process of canthaxanthin production by G. A great influence of culture media is observed on canthaxanthin levels. Also, the ability is found of extract the pigments with ethanol from bacteria. The concentration of the samples is a crucial point of the process, being mandatory to discard any process of heating the samples, because this provoked the pigment degradation. Despite this, the described method allows to consider G.


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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Wild killer yeasts have been identified as inhibitory to strains used as starters in the production of alcoholic beverages such as beer and wine; therefore, killer or killer-resistant strains have been sought for use in alcoholic fermentations. In the current paper a total of 16 strains belonging to six species were isolated. From two samples of Agave sap aguamiel the following yeast strains were isolated: Candida lusitaneae 1 , Kluyveromyces marxianus var. Additionally, in seven samples of pulque the fermented product , the species C.


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