- Yeast as a Tool in Cancer Research[electronic resource] / edited by John L. Nitiss, Joseph Heitman.
- Nitiss, John L., editor., Heitman, Joseph., editor.
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- XVI, 433 p. : online resource.
- From DNA Replication to Genome Instability in Schizosaccharomyces Pombe: Pathways to Cancer -- Dissecting Layers of Mitotic Regulation Essential for Maintaining Genomic Stability -- Yeast as a Tool in Cancer Research: Nuclear Trafficking -- Studies of Protein Farnesylation in Yeast -- From Bread to Bedside: What Budding Yeast has Taught us about the Immortalization of Cancer Cells -- HSP90 Co-Chaperones in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae -- Yeast as a Model System for Studying Cell Cycle Checkpoints -- Metabolism and Function of Sphingolipids in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae: Relevance to Cancer Research -- Exploring and Restoring the p53 Pathway Using the p53 Dissociator Assay in Yeast -- Functional Analysis of the Human p53 Tumor Suppressor and its Mutants Using Yeast -- ABC Transporters in Yeast ??Drug Resistance and Stress Response in a Nutshell -- The FHCRC/NCI Yeast Anticancer Drug Screen -- Yeast as a Model to Study the Immunosuppressive and Chemotherapeutic Drug Rapamycin -- Use of Yeast as a Model System for Identifying and Studying Anticancer Drugs -- Genetic Analysis of Cisplatin Resistance in Yeast and Mammals -- Using Yeast Tools to Dissect the Action of Anticancer Drugs: Mechanisms of Enzyme Inhibition and Cell Killing by Agents Targeting DNA Topoisomerases.
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