Comparative genomics provides new insights into the diversity, physiology, and sexuality of the only industrially exploited tremellomycete: Phaffia rhodozyma

Nicolás Bellora, Martín Moliné, Márcia David-Palma, Marco A Coelho, Chris Todd Hittinger, José P Sampaio, Paula Gonçalves, Diego Libkind

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