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yeast evolution project
The yeast cell evolution analysis project's goal is to examine the
transcriptional changes that occur between evolved strains and their
common ancestor, during aerobic growth under glucose limitation for
over 200 generations. Such transcriptional changes are surmised to
have occured by mutation and selection, thus resulting in evolved strains. This
site complements the published information from:
Systematic Changes in Gene Expression Patterns Following Adaptive
Evolution in Yeast. Ferea, T. Botstein, D., Brown, P.O.
and R. F. Rosenzweig. (1999) PNAS, 96, 9721-9726.
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