(Q72902122)

English

Studies on Transposable Elements in Yeast: I. ROAM Mutations Causing Increased Expression of Yeast Genes: Their Activation by Signals Directed toward Conjugation Functions and Their Formation by Insertion of Tyl Repetitive Elements

scientific article published on 01 January 1981

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Studies on transposable elements in yeast. I. ROAM mutations causing increased expression of yeast genes: their activation by signals directed toward conjugation functions and their formation by insertion of Ty1 repetitive elements. II. deletions, duplications, and transpositions of the COR segment that encompasses the structural gene of yeast iso-1-cytochrome c (English)
Studies on Transposable Elements in Yeast: I. ROAM Mutations Causing Increased Expression of Yeast Genes: Their Activation by Signals Directed toward Conjugation Functions and Their Formation by Insertion of Tyl Repetitive Elements (English)

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