Budding Yeast Cluster Mutants?

Steven Joseph Szarka sjszarka at acs.ucalgary.ca
Thu Apr 20 11:56:06 EST 1995


Does anyone know of either mutants or expressed clones in S. cerevisiae 
which result in a "clustering" morphology? Or specifically, what defect 
might be able to cause this phenotype?
In a general sense, I guess any defect in cytokinesis, budding, or maybe 
even mitosis might give a similar phenotype, I am looking for specific 
examples.

Clustering = Groups of cells (2 or greater, in chains or groups) where 
the distinction of mother/daughter cell size is lost.

Thanks for your help
Steve


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Steven Szarka                              Botany Division
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