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On the scope and limitations of baker's yeast as a model organism for studying human tissue-specific pathways

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Nov 26, 2014

Shahin MohammadiAnanth Y Grama

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Budding yeast, S. cerevisiae, has been used extensively as a model organism for studying cellular processes in evolutionarily distant species, including humans. However, different human tissues, while inheriting a similar genetic code, exhibit distinct anatomical and physiological prope...read more

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    bioRxiv

    Nov 26, 2014

    Shahin MohammadiAnanth Y Grama

    PMID: 990011858

    DOI: 10.1101/011858

    Abstract

    Budding yeast, S. cerevisiae, has been used extensively as a model organism for studying cellular processes in evolutionarily distant species, including humans. However, different human tissues, while inheriting a similar genetic code, exhibit distinct anatomical and physiological prope...read more

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