Basic Methods of Yeast Genetics:
F. Sherman, Getting Started with Yeast.
F. Sherman and J. Hicks, Micromanipulation and Dissection of Asci.
F. Sherman and P. Wakem, Mapping Yeast Genes.
S.L. Gerring, C. Connelly, and P. Hieter, Positional Mapping of Genes by Chromosome Blotting and Chromosome Fragmentation.
G.F. Sprague, Jr., Assay of Yeast Mating Reaction.
Y. Kassir and G. Simchen, Monitoring Meiosis and Sporulation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
R.E. Esposito, M. Dresser, and M. Breitenbach, Identifying Sporulation Genes, Visualizing Synaptonemal Complexes, and Large-Scale Spore and Spore Wall Purification.
I. Herskowitz and R.E. Jensen, Putting the HO Gene to Work: Practical Uses for Mating-Type Switching.
B. Rockmill, E.J. Lambie, and G.S. Roeder, Spore Enrichment.
T.D. Fox, L.S. Folley, J.J. Mulero, T.W. McMullin, P.E. Thorsness, L.O. Hedin, and M.C. Costanzo, Analysis and Manipulation of Yeast Mitochondrial Genes.
Cloning and Recombinant DNA:
P. Philippsen, A. Stotz, and C. Scherf, DNA of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
D.M. Becker and L. Guarente, High-Efficiency Transformation of Yeast by Electroporation.
J.A. Heinemann and G.F. Sprague, Jr., Transmission of Plasmid DNA to Yeast by Conjugation with Bacteria.
M.D. Rose and J.R. Broach, Cloning Genes by Complementation in Yeast.
R.A. Young and R.W. Davis, Gene Isolation with ~glgt11 System.
J. Rine, Gene Overexpression in Studies of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
D.T. Burke and M.V. Olson, Preparation of Clone Libraries in Yeast Artificial-Chromosome Vectors.
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