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Dilution optimised using Chromogenic detection.
RelevanceSaccharomyces cerevisiae also known as baker's yeast, is a genus of ascomycetes. They are normally diploid unicellular fungi that reproduce asexually by budding. Asci, containing four haploid ascospores, develop directly from the diploid vegetative cells by meiosis. After germination of the ascospores the haploid cells can reproduce vegetatively, or haploid cells of different mating type can fuse to form a diploid zygote. Most laboratory strains used are, in contrast to wild type yeasts, stable haploids.
Baker's yeast antibody
Bakers yeast antibody
Bakers' yeast antibody
Brewer's yeast antibody
Brewers yeast antibody
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S. cerevisiae antibody
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