Saccharomyces cerevisiae (S. cerevisiae) is a unicellular fungus, possessing a nuclear genomic DNA of 12068 kilobases (kb) organized in 16 chromosomes.
S. cerevisiae is one of the most widely used eukaryotes in a wide variety of industrial processes, such as wine, food and ethanol production.
- Prevention of neural tube defects in the foetus
- Reduction of the risk for cardiovascular disease, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.
- Effect on enteric bacterial pathogen
- Maintainence of epithelial barrier integrity.
- Anti-inflammatory effects
- Effects on immune response
- Trophic effects on intestinal mucosa.
- Clinial effects on diarrhoeal dieases
|Appearance:||White to off white color powder|
|Loss on Drying:||NMT 5.0%|
|ASSAY:||10 Million CFU, 10 Billion CFU, 100 Billion CFU, 300 Billion CFU|