Australian scientists crack the code in world-first Brett research

Australian scientists crack the code in world-first Brett research

Australian winemakers will soon have more control in managing wine spoilage thanks to breakthrough research which has revealed the genetic makeup of a problem yeast. Scientists at The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) have sequenced the genome of Dekkera bruzellensis (Brettanomyces), commonly known as Brett, and in doing so have uncovered its genetic blueprint.

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