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- Gamze Gürsoy, Yun Xu, Jie Liang:
Spatial organization of the budding yeast genome in the cell nucleus and identification of specific chromatin interactions from multi-chromosome constrained chromatin model. PLoS Comput. Biol. 13(7) (2017)
- Ekaterina Khrameeva, Geoffrey Fudenberg, Mikhail S. Gelfand, Leonid A. Mirny:
History of chromosome rearrangements reflects the spatial organization of yeast chromosomes. J. Bioinform. Comput. Biol. 14(2): 1641002:1-1641002:12 (2016)
- Gaudenz Danuser:
Super-Resolution Tracking of Weak Fluorescent Markers in 3D: Application in Dissecting Mechanics of Chromosome Segregation using Fluorescence Imaging and Molecular Genetics in Yeast. ISBI 2004: 61-64
- Arnaud Perrin, Bernard Dujon:
Redundancy in the yeast genome: Paralogous gene sets and chromosome organization. German Conference on Bioinformatics 1997: 165-169
- Cathal Seoighe, Denis C. Shields, Kenneth H. Wolfe:
Genome duplication and the evolution of gene Order and chromosome number in yeast. German Conference on Bioinformatics 1997: 61-63
- P. Elvin, G. Slynn, D. Black, A. Graham, R. Butler, J. Riley, R. Anand, Alexander F. Markham:
Isolation of cDNA clones using yeast artificial chromosome probes. Nucleic Acids Res. 18(13): 3913-3917 (1990)
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