4 edition of Mechanisms of yeast recombination found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Amar Klar, Jeffrey N. Strathern.|
|Series||Current communications in molecular biology|
|Contributions||Klar, Amar., Strathern, Jeffrey N., Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.|
|LC Classifications||QK623.S23 M4 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 193 p. :|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||86213265|
Recombination between two phage during a mixed infection of bacteria is another example. Also, the retrieval system for post-replicative repair (Chapter 7) involves general recombination. The mechanism of recombination has been intensively studied in bacteria and fungi, and some of the enzymes involved have been well characterized. Homology-dependent exchange of genetic information between DNA molecules has a profound impact on the maintenance of genome integrity by facilitating error-free DNA repair, replication, and chromosome segregation during cell division as well as programmed cell developmental events. This chapter will focus on homologous mitotic recombination in budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Mechanisms of Homologous Recombination in Yeast The budding yeast S. cerevisiae was the major model organism used to define basic mechanisms of mitotic DSB (reviewed in Reference [ 36 ]). Early studies relied on spontaneous or induced recombination in diploids, with recombinants being identified as prototrophs in heteroallelic strains. Homologous recombination is a type of genetic recombination in which nucleotide sequences are exchanged between two similar or identical molecules of double-stranded or single-stranded nucleic acids (usually DNA as in cellular organisms but may be also RNA in viruses).It is most widely used by cells to accurately repair harmful breaks that occur on both strands of DNA, known as double-strand.
I propose to use plasmid DNAs to study the enzymatic and molecular mechanisms of genetic recombination in Sacharomyces cerevisiae (Yeast). Plasmid DNAs which can replicate in E. coli and yeast and undergo homologous recombination events in yeast will be constructed. involved in the exchange. Finally, observations in yeast showing that a double-strand break in one chromatid greatly enhances recombination have lead to the current model. The Double-Strand Break Model of Recombination The model is diagrammed nicely in your book (Fig ). The steps are as follows: (1) Double-strand break formation (on one.
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This two-volume set offers a comprehensive set of cutting edge methods to study various aspects of homologous recombination and cellular processes that utilize the enzymatic machinery of recombination The chapters are written by the leading researches and cover a broad range of topics from the basic molecular mechanisms of recombinational proteins and enzymes to emerging.
Interaction of FLP protein with its recombination site / R.C. Bruckner, J.F. Senecoff, L. Meyer-Leon, and M.M. Cox --Interaction of the FLP recombinase of the 2-micron plasmid with its target sequence / P.D.
Sadowski, B.J. Andrews, L.G. Beatty, D. Sidenberg, and G. Proteau --Site-specific recombination promotes plasmid amplification in yeast. This book contains the papers presented at the Twenty-Seventh Annual Biology Division Research Conference which was held Aprilin Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
The topic of the symposium was Mechanisms in Recombination and it follows by exactly twenty years. Homologous recombination is important in various aspects of DNA metabolism, including damage repair, replication, telomere maintenance, and meiosis, and yeast genetics has successfully provided a framework for the mechanism of homologous recombination.
Divided into four convenient sections, DNA Recombination: Methods and Protocols covers recent techniques that best utilize the. Book description. Mechanisms of Eukaryotic DNA Recombination is a collection of papers that discusses advances in eukaryotic genetic recombination.
Papers address issues in eukaryotic genetic recomb read full description. Introduction This book contains the papers presented at the Twenty-Seventh Annual Biology Division Research Conference which was held Aprilin Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
The topic of the symposium was Mechanisms in Recombination and it follows by exactly twenty years the previous Gatlinburg Symposium on Genetic Recombination. The development of methods to isolate eukaryotic genes, alter these genes in vitro and reintroduce them into the cell has had a major impact on the study of recombination in the yeast Saccharomyces this paper we discuss how recombinant DNA techniques have been employed in the study of recombination in yeast and the results that have been obtained in these studies.
Key Concepts. Recombination occurs at regions of homology between chromosomes through the breakage and reunion of DNA molecules. Models for recombination, such as the Holliday model, involve the creation of a heteroduplex branch, or cross bridge, that can migrate and the subsequent splicing of the intermediate structure to yield different types of recombinant DNA molecules.
Purchase Mechanisms of DNA Recombination and Genome Rearrangements: Intersection Between Homologous Recombination, DNA Replication and DNA Repair, Volume - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book.
ISBNHomologous recombination is a universal process, conserved from bacteriophage to human, which is important for the repair of double-strand DNA breaks. Recombination in mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) was documented more than 4 decades ago, but the underlying molecular mechanism has remained elusive.
Recent studies have revealed the presence of a Radtype recombination system of. The long-term objective of this research program is to understand the molecular mechanisms of homologous recombination (HR) in a model eukaryote, the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
HR plays an essential role in the maintenance of genome integrity by repairing cytotoxic lesions, such as double-strand breaks (DSBs), and it is essential for the pairing and segregation of homologous chromosomes during meiosis. studies of these mutants using recombination reporters, models of HR and classiﬁcation of HR pathways have emerged.
These models are based on the repair of a DSB using a homologous DNA sequence. The ﬁrst HR model for repair of a DSB was based on observations of transformation in yeast using linear plasmids that carried sequences.
Purchase Mechanisms of Eukaryotic DNA Recombination - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN The mechanism by which recombination occurs has been studied primarily in fungi, such as the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and the filamentous fungus Ascomycetes, and in bacteria.
The fungi undergo meiosis, and hence some aspects of their recombination systems may be more similar to that of plants and animals than is that of bacteria. Abstract. RAD52 is a homologous recombination (HR) protein that is conserved from bacteriophage to humans. Simultaneously attenuating expression of both the RAD52 gene, and the HR and tumor suppressor gene, BRCA2, in human cells synergistically reduces HR – indicating that RAD52 and BRCA2 control independent mechanisms of HR.
We have expressed the human RAD52 gene (HsRAD52) in budding yeast. Divided into four convenient sections, DNA Recombination: Methods and Protocols covers recent techniques that best utilize the advantages of the yeast system, prescribing to the belief that yeast will keep serving as a great model organism to study homologous recombination.
Chapters have also been included for such exceptions as the group of genes involved in recombination that are found Format: Hardcover.
Book Description. Genome Stability: DNA Repair and Recombination describes the various mechanisms of repairing DNA damage by recombination, most notably the repair of chromosomal breaks. The text presents a definitive history of the evolution of molecular models of DNA repair, emphasizing current research.
The chapters are written by the leading researches and cover a broad range of topics from the basic molecular mechanisms of recombinational proteins and enzymes to emerging cellular techniques and drug discovery efforts. contributions by the leading experts in the field of DNA repair, recombination, replication and genome stabilityManufacturer: Academic Press.
in yeast, which involved linear plasmids that carried yeast chromosomal DNA sequences and the monitoring of their integration into homologous chromosomal sequences15– The model explains most of the meiotic genetic recombination segregation data of marker alleles from fungi, including the association of gene conversion with crossovers.
Click to launch & play an online audio visual presentation by Prof. James Haber on Mechanisms of DNA repair by recombination, part of a collection of online lectures.
Mechanisms of DNA Recombination and Genome Rearrangements: Methods to Study Homologous Recombination Show all chapter previews Show all chapter previews. Receive an update when the latest chapters in this book series are published.
Sign in to set up alerts. select article Series Page Processing of DNA Double-Strand Breaks in Yeast.Get this from a library! Mechanisms in Recombination. [Rhoda F Grell] -- Recombination in Bacteria and their Phages.- Exchange of Parental DNA during Genetic Recombination in Bacteriophage?X Recombination in Bacteriophage f On the Role of Escherichia coli DNA.Yeast is one of the oldest domesticated organisms and has both industrial and domestic applications.
In addition, it is very widely used as a eukaryotic model organism in biological research and has offered valuable knowledge of genetics and basic cellular processes. In fact, studies in yeast have offered insight in mechanisms underlying ageing and diseases such as Alzheimers, Parkinsons and.