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Genetic dissection of MAPK-mediated complex traits across S. cerevisiae

bioRxiv

May 7, 2014

Sebastian TreuschLeonid Kruglyak

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Signaling pathways enable cells to sense and respond to their environment. Many cellular signaling strategies are conserved from fungi to humans, yet their activity and phenotypic consequences can vary extensively among individuals within a species. A systematic assessment of the impact...read more

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EAF2 gene
MAPK Signaling Pathway
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Robin - Plant Product or Poison
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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Genetic dissection of MAPK-mediated complex traits across S. cerevisiae

bioRxiv

May 7, 2014

Sebastian TreuschLeonid Kruglyak

PMID: 990004895

DOI: 10.1101/004895

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Signaling pathways enable cells to sense and respond to their environment. Many cellular signaling strategies are conserved from fungi to humans, yet their activity and phenotypic consequences can vary extensively among individuals within a species. A systematic assessment of the impact...read more

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EAF2 gene
MAPK Signaling Pathway
Evaluation
Biochemical Pathway
Species
Isolate - Microorganism
Robin - Plant Product or Poison
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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Signal Pathways
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10
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