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    • Mapping of UV-Induced Mitotic Recombination in Yeast 

      Yin, Yi (2015)
      In diploid yeast cells, mitotic recombination is very important for repairing double-strand breaks (DSB). When repair of a DSB results in crossovers, it may cause loss of heterozygosity (LOH) of markers centromere-distal ...
    • Mechanisms of Gradient Tracking During Yeast Mating 

      Johnson, Jayme M. (2012)
      Many cells are remarkably proficient at tracking even shallow chemical gradients, despite tiny differences in receptor occupancy across the cell. Stochastic receptor-ligand interactions introduce considerable noise ...
    • Punctuated evolution and transitional hybrid network in an ancestral cell cycle of fungi. 

      Medina, Edgar M; Turner, Jonathan J; Gordân, Raluca; Skotheim, Jan M; Buchler, Nicolas E (Elife, 2016-05-10)
      Although cell cycle control is an ancient, conserved, and essential process, some core animal and fungal cell cycle regulators share no more sequence identity than non-homologous proteins. Here, we show that evolution along ...