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Thematic Issues

FEMS Yeast Research publishes thematic issues on a range of topics, such as the following recent subjects:

Jurij Piškur (1960-2014)

Conference Special Issue: 12th Yeast Lipid Conference

Yeast Synthetic Biology: New Tools to Unlock Cellular Function


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In memory of Graham Fleet

Last year, the yeast research community sadly lost one of its great contributors, Graham Fleet. FEMSYR has paid tribute to Graham with a few words about his research and academic life. Click to read.

Featured articles

What makes Cryptococcus gatti a pathogen?
A review of recent data that aims to help explain why Cryptococcus gatti, unlike its sibling species C. neoformans, frequently infects immunocompetent individuals. More ►

 

Trehalose-6-phosphate synthase and stabilization of yeast glycolysis
Appraisal of a recently described kinetic model for the role of Tps1 in yeast. More ►

 

Local climatic conditions constrain soil yeast diversity patterns in Mediterranean forests, woodlands and scrub biome
The authors provide the first comprehensive inventory of soil yeasts in a Mediterranean ecosystem and evaluate the effect of microclimate factors on yeast community in a transect from humid broadleaf forests to dry maquis. More ►

 

In response to 'Trehalose-6-phosphate synthase and stabilization of yeast glycolysis'
Following the publication of Dan Dan Fraenkel and Jens Nielsen's commentary in FEMS Yeast Research, which commented on 'Lost in transition: start-up of glycolysis yields subpopulations of nongrowing cells' by JH van Heerden, MT Wortel, FJ Bruggeman, et al, the authors have responded. More ►

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Virtual Issues

Yeast Food Microbiology

For generations yeast has been used for production of food and alcoholic beverages. Despite this long usage there is, however, still much interest in how we through studies of yeast physiology at the mechanistic level further improve production of food and beverages. In order to illustrate many of these exciting developments we have assembled a virtual issue of papers published in FEMS Yeast Research on this topic.

Organelles and Cells

Industrial Biotechnology and Metabollic Engineering

Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology

Fermented Food and Beverage

Pathogenic Yeast

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European Antibiotic Awareness Day

Mark European Antibiotic Awareness Day with a collection of papers from all five FEMS Journals, the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, and Oxford University Press' books. Articles are freely available until 18 February 2016.
 

Virtual Special Issue: 12th Yeast Lipid Conference

To mark the FEMS sponsored 12th Yeast Lipid Conference, related articles have been specially selected by Günther Daum, Editor of FEMS Yeast Research. Read related articles here

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