Research data for the Ph.D. thesis: "Uncoupling yeast growth and product formation in chemostat and retentostat cultures"
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Data for Ph.D. thesis: "Uncoupling yeast growth and product formation in chemostat and retentostat cultures". For the research described in this thesis, succinic acid (SA) was chosen as the model product. By applying chemostat and retentostat regimes, the quantitative physiology of a non-producing yeast strain (S. cerevisiae CENPK113-7D) and an industrial SA producing yeast strain (SUC632) were studied. The aim of the research was to explore the physiological response of the producing and non-producing strains at near-zero growth conditions, thereby investigating the possibility of uncoupling cell proliferation from SA production