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Browsing Cornell University Graduate School by Subject "Yeast"
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Analysis Of The Transport Of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Chitin Synthase 3 By The Exomer Secretory Vesicle Cargo Adaptor (2014-08-18)A major feature of a eukaryotic cell is its ability to compartmentalize its functions by sequestering components into distinct membrane-bound organelles. Since membrane-embedded proteins cannot diffuse through the cell to ...
(2018-08-30)The identification of splice sites and catalytic removal of introns via the spliceosome is an essential and regulated component of eukaryotic gene expression. While ever-increasing numbers of human genetic diseases can be ...
(2018-05-30)Sour rot, a disease affecting grapes in viticultural regions worldwide has never been clearly defined. Symptoms of the disease include browning of the berry skin, oozing of the berry pulp and the smell of acetic acid, all ...