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E-GEOD-13695 - Transcription profiling of wine yeast strains during colombar fermentation
Submitted on 20 November 2008, released on 14 May 2009, last updated on 1 May 2014
Comparative gene expression analysis of two wine yeast strains at three time points (days 2, 5 and 14) during fermentation of colombar must. In our study we conducted parallel fermentations with the VIN13 and BM45 wine yeast strains in two different media, namely MS300 (syntheticmust) and Colombar must. The intersection of transcriptome datasets from both MS300 (simulated wine must;GSE11651) and Colombar fermentations should help to delineate relevant and ‘noisy’ changes in gene expression in response to experimental factors such as fermentation stage and strain identity. Experiment Overall Design: Two industrial wine yeast strains (BM45 and VIN13) grown micro-aerobically in Colombar must. Microarray analysis was performed at three time points during fermentation (days 2, 5 and 14), representing the exponential, early and late stationary growth phases respectively.
transcription profiling by array, unknown experiment type