Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Systematic Dissection of Roles for Chromatin Regulators in a Yeast Stress Response

The monster is out! 

A work that started more than 2 years ago, finally resulted in a publication. The paper came out in PLoS Biology. This work is tight collaboration between Ollie's lab and ours, with Assaf and Hsuiyi as first co-authors. Avital and Ayelet also played an important part and are coauthors on the paper.

This publication is also the first time we publish experimental work done in our own lab. We can say that we are officially an experimental lab! Figure 2 (below) is all about microscopy measurements that we collected on our system.


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The parts of our body most affected by stress are the brain, mouth, heart, lungs, reproductive organs, skin, digestive tract, muscles, and even our hair. For some individuals, stress can result in significant hair loss or baldness. Thanks a lot.

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