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Fast, and full microbiological wine analysis using triple cellular staining.

Abstract

We propose here a brand new large routine microbiological analysis method intended for oenology, in flow cytometry, using high performance equipment and triple selective cell staining, activated by fluorescence. The results and practical applications of the method are presented: Brettanomyces (Dekkera) Monitoring, fermentations monitoring, bottling and enological practices monitoring.The method allow a complete new microbiological tool for wine industry.The method has been accredited ISO 17025 in our laboratories.

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Publication date: June 27, 2022

Issue: IVAS 2022

Type: Poster

Authors

Dubernet Matthieu1, Husset Mélanie1, Adler Sophie1, Lefebvre Cyril1, Guichard Perrine1, Hernandez Fanny1 and Paricaud Tatiana1

1Laboratoires Dubernet

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Keywords

Wine microbiology, cytometry, brettanomyces, saccharomyces, bacteria

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IVAS 2022 | IVES Conference Series

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