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Induction of barotolerance by heat shock treatment in yeast

Induction of barotolerance by heat shock treatment in yeast

FEMS Microbiology Letters 80(2-3): 325-328

In Saccharomyces cerevisiae, heat shock treatment provides protection against subsequent hydrostatic pressure damage. Such an induced hydrostatic pressure resistance (barotolerance) closely resembles the thermotolerance similarly induced by heat shock treatment. The parallel induction of barotolerance and thermotolerance by heat shock suggests that hydrostatic pressure and high temperature effects in yeast may be tightly linked physiologically.

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PMID: 1884989

DOI: 10.1111/j.1574-6968.1991.tb04683.x

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