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Evolution: The Genetics of Milk Champagne Yeast.

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Summary of "Evolution: The Genetics of Milk Champagne Yeast."

A newly characterized group of budding yeast found in fermented milk drinks in West and Central Asia far outshines its relatives in the ability to use galactose, a milk sugar byproduct.

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Name: Current biology : CB
ISSN: 1879-0445
Pages: R248-R250

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