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The role of DNA shape in protein-DNA recognition.
Rohs R, West SM, Sosinsky A, Liu P, Mann RS, Honig B
Nature (2009) 461: 1248-53.
Category: DNA-ligand interactions, DNA structure, protein folding and structure ¤ Added: Jan 11th, 2010 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Yeast AEP3p is an accessory factor in initiation of mitochondrial translation.
Lee C, Tibbetts AS, Kramer G, Appling DR
J Biol Chem (2009) 284: 34116-25.
Category: mitochondria-biogenesis, mitochondria-gene expression, translation, yeast-misc ¤ Added: Jan 4th, 2010 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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ABC transporter Pdr10 regulates the membrane microenvironment of Pdr12 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Rockwell NC, Wolfger H, Kuchler K, Thorner J
J Membr Biol (2009) 229: 27-52.
Category: lipid rafts, lipids, yeast-misc ¤ Added: Jan 4th, 2010 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Ploidy and the causes of genomic evolution.
Gerstein AC, Otto SP
J Hered (2009) 100: 571-81.
Category: eukaryotes, evolution, yeast-misc ¤ Added: Nov 13th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Is there a connection between superoxide dismutase and apoptosis?
Sapienza K, Balzan R
IUBMB Life (2004) 56: 509-11.
Category: apoptosis, Aspirin ¤ Added: Oct 26th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Aspirin commits yeast cells to apoptosis depending on carbon source.
Balzan R, Sapienza K, Galea DR, Vassallo N, Frey H, Bannister WH
Microbiology (2004) 150: 109-15.
Category: apoptosis, Aspirin ¤ Added: Oct 26th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Metabolic aspects of aspirin-induced apoptosis in yeast.
Sapienza K, Balzan R
FEMS Yeast Res (2005) 5: 1207-13.
Category: apoptosis, Aspirin ¤ Added: Oct 26th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Mitochondrial involvement in aspirin-induced apoptosis in yeast.
Sapienza K, Bannister W, Balzan R
Microbiology (2008) 154: 2740-7.
Category: apoptosis, Aspirin, mitochondria ¤ Added: Oct 26th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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Jid1 is a J-protein functioning in the mitochondrial matrix, unable to directly participate in endoplasmic reticulum associated protein degradation.
Bursańá D, Lithgow T
FEBS Lett (2009) 583: 2954-8.
Category: endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria, mitochondria-biogenesis, protein degradation ¤ Added: Oct 26th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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PCH'ing together an understanding of crossover control.
Thacker D, Keeney S
PLoS Genet (2009) 5: e1000576.
Category: DNA recombination, meiosis ¤ Added: Oct 6th, 2009 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
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