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*[http://www.openbiosystems.com/GeneExpression/Yeast/Tet-Promoters/ Yeast Tet-promoters Hughes Collection] containing 800 essential yeast genes for which expression is regulated by doxycycline. Hosted by [http://www.openbiosystems.com Open Biosystems].
 
*[http://www.openbiosystems.com/GeneExpression/Yeast/Tet-Promoters/ Yeast Tet-promoters Hughes Collection] containing 800 essential yeast genes for which expression is regulated by doxycycline. Hosted by [http://www.openbiosystems.com Open Biosystems].
  
*[http://ygac.med.yale.edu/mtn/insertion_libraries.stm Yeast Transposon Insertion Library Collection], derived by using mini-transposons (mTns) to mutagenize a yeast genomic DNA library, from the [http://ycga.yale.edu/index.aspx Yale Genome Analysis Center].
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*The Yeast Transposon Insertion Library Collection, derived by using mini-transposons (mTns) to mutagenize a yeast genomic DNA library, is available from the [http://snyderlab.stanford.edu/ Mike Snyder lab] at Stanford University. Please contact Minyi Shi (minyishi at stanford dot edu) with requests.

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Strain Backgrounds

Stock Centers

  • EUROSCARF, the EUROpean Saccharomyces Cerevisiae ARchive for Functional analysis, maintains a collection of systematic deletion strains searchable by gene name.
  • National Collection of Yeast Cultures (NCYC) maintains over 3,100 non-pathogenic yeasts, including type strains, strains of general interest for education and research, strains of industrial importance, and genetically marked strains.
  • Industrial Yeasts Collection DBVPG. The Industrial Yeasts Collection DBVPG, an academic biological resource centre (BRC) specialized in yeasts and yeast-like microorganisms, offers biological products and services to the international scientific community and to other private Institutions.

Strain Collections

  • Yeast-TAP Fusion Library from Dr. Erin O'Shea and Dr. Jonathan Weissman at UCSF, containing open reading frames (ORFs) tagged with a high-affinity epitope and expressed from their natural chromosomal locations. Hosted by Open Biosystems.
  • The Yeast Transposon Insertion Library Collection, derived by using mini-transposons (mTns) to mutagenize a yeast genomic DNA library, is available from the Mike Snyder lab at Stanford University. Please contact Minyi Shi (minyishi at stanford dot edu) with requests.
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