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Science: Biology: Genetics: Eukaryotic: Fungal: Saccharomyces

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Bloom Laboratory
Study the mechanisms of chromosome segregation. Features a range of yeast data including chromosome spots and dynamics. Includes staff profiles, publications, and related links.

Burgess Laboratory - University of California
Studies mechanisms, regulation and roles of homologous chromosome pairing during meiosis and in nonmeiotic cells. Features research projects, publications, available positions, and related links.

DeRisi Laboratory - University of California
Exploits whole genome approaches to tackle problems in yeast molecular biology and human infectious disease. Includes research data, people, publications, and microarray resources.

Gottschling Laboratory
Study the position effect that occurs near telomeres in the yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Includes a list of protocols, abstracts of papers from our lab, and a collection of links.

Herskowitz Laboratory
Study yeast genetics including cell asymmetry, gene expression, and signalling. Includes research data, bibliography, lab members, protocols, and related links.

John McCusker Laboratory
Study fungal genetics and microbiology. Features research projects, publications, and plasmid sequences.

Saccharomyces Genome Database
Commonly known as baker's or budding yeast. Includes sequence analysis and tools, maps, literature, and gene registry .

Webminer
Database used to study gene expression patterns in yeast. Includes a range of information about every ORF in the genome, its promoter, the protein it encodes, and how its mRNA levels change.

Yeast Cell Cycle Analysis Project
Goal is to identify all genes whose mRNA levels are regulated by the cell cycle . Includes a searchable dataset, images and primary data tables, and related links.

Yeast Microarray Global Viewer
Designed to provide biologists with information from genome-wide yeast expression data. Provides customizable tools for expression profiles associated with a set of genes from all published experiments.

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