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Table 1 Yeast strains used in this study, including the 14 strains selected for highest inhibitor tolerance in spruce hydrolysate

From: Combining inhibitor tolerance and D-xylose fermentation in industrial Saccharomyces cerevisiae for efficient lignocellulose-based bioethanol production

Name Origin Source/reference
JT21585 Baker’s yeast Puratos, Belgium
JT21586 Baker’s yeast Puratos, Belgium
JT21587 Baker’s yeast Puratos, Belgium
JT21621 Baker’s yeast Anchor Yeast, South Africa
JT21651 Baker’s yeast Algist Bruggeman, Belgium
JT21652 Baker’s yeast Algist Bruggeman, Belgium
JT21653 Baker’s yeast AB Mauri, Australia
JT21698 Distiller’s yeast Lallemand, Canada
JT22194 Beer production yeast Kasteel triple beer, Belgium
JT22231 Wine yeast LALVIN (Lallemand, Canada)
JT22272 Natural isolate from apple vinegar Natural isolate, Slovenia
JT22280 Natural isolate from apple vinegar Natural isolate, Slovenia
JT22728 Baker’s yeast PYCC-Portuguese Yeast Culture Collection, Portugal
FY290 Natural isolate from fruit BCCM/MUCL (Mycothèque de l'Université Catholique de Louvain; Belgium)
Ethanol Red Bioethanol production yeast Fermentis, a division of S. I. Lesaffre, France
HDY.GUF5 Ethanol Red background, carrying D-xylose and L-arabinose metabolism gene cassette [27]
GS1.11-26 HDY.GUF5 background, evolved for D-xylose fermentation [27]
Fseg25 Segregant of JT21653 This study
ER17 Segregant of Ethanol Red This study
GSF335 Hybrid between GS1.11-26 and Fseg25 This study
GSF767 Hybrid between GS1.11-26 and Fseg25 This study
GSE16 Hybrid between GS1.11-26 and ER17 This study
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