activley growing versus arresting or dying cells

Sherry Nouraini snouraini at ljcrf.edu
Wed Apr 19 17:27:33 EST 2000


Hi,
I  was wondering if there is a way to enrich for dying or arresting
cells (selectively killing actively dividing cells) in a culture of
Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  I am interested in setting up a screen for
mammalian cDNAs that kill yeast or lead to growth arrest.  I remember
from my undergraduate microbiology classes that there was a way to do
that for bacteria.  Is there such a system available for yeast?

Thanks in advance

Sherry Nouraini (Ph.D.)
The Burnham Institute
10901 N. Torrey Pines Road
La Jolla, CA, USA
email: snouraini at ljcrf.edu
Tel: (858) 455-6480 Ext.3375

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