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Yeast Special Issue dedicated to ISSY32 – CALL FOR PAPERS
The Organizing Committee of ISSY32 together with the scientific journal Yeast are inviting submissions to be considered for a Special Issue on ISSY32 topics. A number of high impact Research Articles will be published in this special journal issue.
Authors are invited to submit full text articles which will be subject to peer review. Submitted papers must not be under consideration by any other journal or publication. The papers will be considered and edited by Gianni Liti (Yeast Editor) and Pietro Buzzini (Guest Editor).
Deadline for full text paper submission: November 30th, 2015
Expected publication of the Special Issue of Yeast dedicated to ISSY32: June 2016.
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This contains selected previously published papers assembled as a themed online issue. It focuses on yeasts that are not normally used as model organisms.
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Yeast publishes original research articles, reviews and short communications on all aspects of Saccharomyces and other yeast genera, including clinically important yeasts. The journal focuses on the most significant developments of research with unicellular fungi, including innovative methods of broad applicability. It is essential reading for those wishing to keep up to date with this rapidly moving field.
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A vector set for systematic metabolic engineering in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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Measuring oxidative DNA damage and DNA repair using the yeast comet assay
Flávio Azevedo, Filipe Marques, Hanna Fokt, Rui Oliveira, Björn Johansson
TCA cycle-independent acetate metabolism via the glyoxylate cycle in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Yong Joo Lee, Jin Won Jang, Kyung Jin Kim, Pil Jae Maeng