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    1. Martin-Yken, H; Dagkessamanskaia, A; De Groot, P; Ram, A; Klis, F; Francois, J
      Saccharomyces cerevisiae YCRO17c/CWH43 encodes a putative sensor/transporter protein upstream of the BCK2 branch of the PKCI-dependent cell wall integrity pathway

      YEAST
    2. Zhang, CT; Wang, J; Zhang, R
      A novel method to calculate the G+C content of genomic DNA sequences

      JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE & DYNAMICS
    3. Li, WT
      Delineating relative homogeneous G+C domains in DNA sequences

      GENE
    4. Blumental-Perry, A; Zenvirth, D; Klein, S; Onn, I; Simchen, G
      DNA motif associated with meiotic double-strand break regions in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      EMBO REPORTS
    5. Zenvirth, D; Simchen, G
      Meiotic double-strand breaks in Schizosaccharomyces pombe

      CURRENT GENETICS
    6. Borde, V; Goldman, ASH; Lichten, M
      Direct coupling between meiotic DNA replication and recombination initiation

      SCIENCE
    7. Davis, ES; Shafer, BK; Strathern, JN
      The Saccharomyces cerevisiae RDN1 locus is sequestered from interchromosomal meiotic ectopic recombination in a SIR2-dependent manner

      GENETICS
    8. Paques, F; Haber, JE
      Multiple pathways of recombination induced by double-strand breaks in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    9. Bianchi, MM; Sartori, G; Vandenbol, M; Kaniak, A; Uccelletti, D; Mazzoni, C; Di Rago, JP; Carignani, G; Slonimski, PP; Frontali, L
      How to bring orphan genes into functional families

      YEAST
    10. Theis, JF; Yang, C; Schaefer, CB; Newlon, CS
      DNA sequence and functional analysis of homologous ARS elements of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and S-carlsbergensis

      GENETICS
    11. Vedel, M; Nicolas, A
      CYS3, a hotspot of meiotic recombination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Effects of heterozygosity and mismatch repair functions on gene conversion and recombination intermediates

      GENETICS
    12. CEBRAT S; DUDEK MR
      THE EFFECT OF DNA PHASE-STRUCTURE ON DNA WALKS

      EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL B
    13. BORK P; KOONIN EV
      PREDICTING FUNCTIONS FROM PROTEIN SEQUENCES - WHERE ARE THE BOTTLENECKS

      Nature genetics
    14. Yoon, YG; Posfai, G; Szybalski, W; Kim, SC
      Cre/loxP-mediated in vivo excision of large segments from yeast genome andtheir amplification based on the 2 mu m plasmid-derived system

      GENE
    15. WEISS K; SIMPSON RT
      HIGH-RESOLUTION STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF CHROMATIN AT SPECIFIC LOCI - SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE SILENT MATING-TYPE LOCUS HML-ALPHA

      Molecular and cellular biology
    16. Haber, JE
      Mating-type gene switching in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF GENETICS
    17. FIELD D; WILLS C
      ABUNDANT MICROSATELLITE POLYMORPHISM IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE, ANDTHE DIFFERENT DISTRIBUTIONS OF MICROSATELLITES IN 8 PROKARYOTES AND SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE, RESULT FROM STRONG MUTATION PRESSURES AND A VARIETY OF SELECTIVE FORCES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    18. KLIMAN RM; EYREWALKER A
      PATTERNS OF BASE COMPOSITION WITHIN THE GENES OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Journal of molecular evolution
    19. STRAIN J; LORENZ CR; BODE J; GARLAND S; SMOLEN GA; TALL DT; VICKERY LE; CULOTTA VC
      SUPPRESSORS OF SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE (SOD1) DEFICIENCY IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE - IDENTIFICATION OF PROTEINS PREDICTED TO MEDIATE IRON-SULFUR CLUSTER ASSEMBLY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    20. KOONIN EV; MUSHEGIAN AR; GALPERIN MY; WALKER DR
      COMPARISON OF ARCHAEAL AND BACTERIAL GENOMES - COMPUTER-ANALYSIS OF PROTEIN SEQUENCES PREDICTS NOVEL FUNCTIONS AND SUGGESTS A CHIMERIC ORIGIN FOR THE ARCHAEA

      Molecular microbiology
    21. OLIVEROS M; YANEZ RJ; SALAS ML; SALAS J; VINUELA E; BLANCO L
      CHARACTERIZATION OF AN AFRICAN SWINE FEVER VIRUS 20-KDA DNA-POLYMERASE INVOLVED IN DNA-REPAIR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    22. KOONIN EV; MUSHEGIAN AR
      COMPLETE GENOME SEQUENCES OF CELLULAR LIFE FORMS - GLIMPSES OF THEORETICAL EVOLUTIONARY GENOMICS

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    23. ZOU S; KE N; KIM JM; VOYTAS DF
      THE SACCHAROMYCES RETROTRANSPOSON TY5 INTEGRATES PREFERENTIALLY INTO REGIONS OF SILENT CHROMATIN AT THE TELOMERES AND MATING LOCI

      Genes & development
    24. TERMIER M; KALOGEROPOULOS A
      DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN FORTUITOUS AND BIOLOGICALLY CONSTRAINED OPEN READING FRAMES IN DNA-SEQUENCES OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Yeast
    25. CULLIN C; BAUDINBAILLIEU A; GUILLEMET E; OZIERKALOGEROPOULOS O
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF YCL09C - EVIDENCE FOR A ROLE AS THE REGULATORYSUBUNIT OF ACETOLACTATE SYNTHASE

      Yeast
    26. QUANDT K; GROTE K; WERNER T
      GENOMEINSPECTOR - A NEW APPROACH TO DETECT CORRELATION PATTERNS OF ELEMENTS ON GENOMIC SEQUENCES

      Computer applications in the biosciences
    27. FICKETT JW
      THE GENE IDENTIFICATION PROBLEM - AN OVERVIEW FOR DEVELOPERS

      Computers & chemistry
    28. GOFFEAU A; BARRELL BG; BUSSEY H; DAVIS RW; DUJON B; FELDMANN H; GALIBERT F; HOHEISEL JD; JACQ C; JOHNSTON M; LOUIS EJ; MEWES HW; MURAKAMI Y; PHILIPPSEN P; TETTELIN H; OLIVER SG
      LIFE WITH 6000 GENES

      Science
    29. SHAFAATIAN R; PAYTON MA; REID JD
      PWP2, A MEMBER OF THE WD-REPEAT FAMILY OF PROTEINS, IS AN ESSENTIAL SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE GENE INVOLVED IN CELL-SEPARATION

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    30. BECKNER ME; LIOTTA LA
      AAMP, A CONSERVED PROTEIN WITH IMMUNOGLOBULIN AND WD40 DOMAINS, REGULATES ENDOTHELIAL TUBE FORMATION IN-VITRO

      Laboratory investigation
    31. LOO S; RINE J
      SILENCING AND HERITABLE DOMAINS OF GENE-EXPRESSION

      Annual review of cell and developmental biology
    32. OLIVER S
      SIZE IS IMPORTANT, BUT..

      Nature genetics
    33. SHARP PM; AVEROF M; LLOYD AT; MATASSI G; PEDEN JF
      DNA-SEQUENCE EVOLUTION - THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    34. DESCHAVANNE P; FILIPSKI J
      CORRELATION OF GC CONTENT WITH REPLICATION TIMING AND REPAIR MECHANISMS IN WEAKLY EXPRESSED ESCHERICHIA-COLI GENES

      Nucleic acids research
    35. BERNARDI G
      THE HUMAN GENOME - ORGANIZATION AND EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY

      Annual review of genetics
    36. YANEZ RJ; RODRIGUEZ JM; NOGAL ML; YUSTE L; ENRIQUEZ C; RODRIGUEZ JF; VINUELA E
      ANALYSIS OF THE COMPLETE NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF AFRICAN SWINE FEVER VIRUS

      Virology
    37. HANCOCK JM
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF SLIPPAGE-LIKE PROCESSES TO GENOME EVOLUTION

      Journal of molecular evolution
    38. DURET L; MOUCHIROUD D; GAUTIER C
      STATISTICAL-ANALYSIS OF VERTEBRATE SEQUENCES REVEALS THAT LONG GENES ARE SCARCE IN GC-RICH ISOCHORES

      Journal of molecular evolution
    39. MUSTO H; RODRIGUEZMASEDA H; ALVAREZ F
      COMPOSITIONAL CORRELATIONS IN THE NUCLEAR GENES OF THE FLATWORM SCHISTOSOMA-MANSONI

      Journal of molecular evolution
    40. WU TC; LICHTEN M
      FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE LOCATION AND FREQUENCY OF MEIOSIS-INDUCED DOUBLE-STRAND BREAKS IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Genetics
    41. GREEN P
      ANCIENT CONSERVED REGIONS IN GENE-SEQUENCES

      Current opinion in structural biology
    42. IBORRA F; BALL MM
      KLUYVEROMYCES-MARXIANUS SMALL DNA FRAGMENTS CONTAIN BOTH AUTONOMOUS REPLICATIVE AND CENTROMERIC ELEMENTS THAT ALSO FUNCTION IN KLUYVEROMYCES-LACTIS

      Yeast
    43. HESS SM; STANFORD DR; HOPPER AK
      SRD1, A SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE GENE AFFECTING PRE-RIBOSOMAL-RNA PROCESSING CONTAINS A C-2 C-2 ZINC-FINGER MOTIF/

      Nucleic acids research
    44. DEVINE SE; BOEKE JD
      EFFICIENT INTEGRATION OF ARTIFICIAL TRANSPOSONS INTO PLASMID TARGETS IN-VITRO - A USEFUL TOOL FOR DNA MAPPING, SEQUENCING AND GENETIC-ANALYSIS

      Nucleic acids research
    45. STENICO M; LLOYD AT; SHARP PM
      CODON USAGE IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS - DELINEATION OF TRANSLATIONAL SELECTION AND MUTATIONAL BIASES

      Nucleic acids research
    46. EDDY SR; DURBIN R
      RNA SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS USING COVARIANCE-MODELS

      Nucleic acids research
    47. MEWES HW; DOELZ R; GEORGE DG
      SEQUENCE DATABASES - AN INDISPENSABLE SOURCE FOR BIOTECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH

      Journal of biotechnology
    48. LI WT; MARR TG; KANEKO K
      UNDERSTANDING LONG-RANGE CORRELATIONS IN DNA-SEQUENCES

      Physica. D
    49. FICKETT JW
      INFERRING GENES FROM OPEN READING FRAMES

      Computers & chemistry
    50. SCHERER S; MCPEEK MS; SPEED TP
      ATYPICAL REGIONS IN LARGE GENOMIC DNA-SEQUENCES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    51. MORRISON A; SUGINO A
      THE 3'-]5' EXONUCLEASES OF BOTH DNA-POLYMERASES DELTA AND EPSILON PARTICIPATE IN CORRECTING ERRORS OF DNA-REPLICATION IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics


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