Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology 1998
College Park, Maryland
August 1998

YGM 1998 Program Schedule

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Platform Sessions

Chromosome Dynamics
Chromatin Remodeling and Transcription
Intracellular Localization
Genetic Alterations
Gene Expression
Protein and RNA Turnover
The Cell Cycle and Polarized Growth
Environmental Sensing
Signal Transduction

Poster Sessions

Signal Transduction
Protein Localization, Vessicle Trafficing and Secretion
Cytoskeleton and Structural Components
Growth Control
Cell Division Cycle
Sporulation and Meiosis
Centromeres and Telomeres
Genes Governing Chromosome Behavior
Genome Organization
Mutagenesis and Repair
RNA Processing
Metabolic Regulatory Mechanisms

Platform Session: Chromosome Dynamics

001 - Elizabeth Winzeler, M. K. Raghuraman, Andrew Conway, Lisa Wodicka, Bonita Brewer, Walton L. Fangman, David J. Lockhart, Ronald W. Davis
Genome-wide mapping of yeast chromosomal origins of replication.

002 - Lisa Homesley, Dr. Bik-Kwoon Tye
Mutual suppression between two initiation mutants.

003 - Jasper Rine, Stefan Astrom, Rebecca Bacon, Andrew Dillin, Peter Garber
Characterization of the roles of ORC in cell cycle progression, and of YCL54 and Drosophila SIR2 in genomic silencing.

004 - Dan Burke, Penny Tavormina, M. Cristina Monteagudo
The kinetochore is required for spindle checkpoint signaling.

005 - Pamela Meluh, Peirong Yang, Lynn Glowczewski, Douglas Koshland, M. Mitchell Smith
Centromere-specific nucleosomes: some new data supporting an old idea.

006 - Janet Mullen, Vivek Kaliraman, Steven Brill
A synthetic lethal screen with SGS1 identifies five novel genes .

007 - Mary Kate Alexander, Brenda D. Bourns, Andrew M. Smith, Virginia A. Zakian
A telomere one-hybrid system: a novel in vivo assay for telomere binding proteins in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

008 - Alison A. Bertuch, Constance I. Nugent, Lyle O. Ross, Sara K. Evans, Andrew P. Salinger, Vicki Lundblad
Proteins required for the repair of double strand breaks play two distinct roles in telomere maintenance in yeast.

009 - Serge Gravel, Michel Larrivée, Mark Winey, Pascale Labrecque, Raymund J. Wellinger
The Ku-protein is essential for setting up the proper terminal DNA-structure on yeast chromosomes.

010 - Sean M. Burgess, Beth M. Weiner, Nancy Kleckner
Pairing, unpairing and re-pairing of homologous chromosomes during the cell cycle.

011 - Sue Biggins, Needhi Bhalla, Andrew Murray
The LOC2 gene affects sister chromatid separation at anaphase.

Platform Session: Chromatin Remodeling and Transcription

012 - Shiv Grewal, Mike Bonaduce, Amar Klar
Histone Deacetylase Homologs Regulate Epigenetic Inheritance of Transcriptional Silencing and Chromosome Segregation in Fission Yeast.

013 - Zu-Wen Sun, Yi Zheng, Danny Reinberg, Michael Hampsey
Sap30 is a novel component of the Rpd3 histone deacetylase complex that functions in transcriptional repression and in overcoming genomic silencing.

014 - Priya Sudarsanam, Vishwanath R. Iyer, Yixue Cao, Brehon C. Laurent, Patrick O. Brown, Fred Winston
Analysis of Snf/Swi function in S. cerevisiae.

015 - Yixue Cao, Brehon C. Laurent
Essential roles of Snf5p in the assembly and chromatin-remodeling activity of the yeast Snf/Swi complex.

016 - Jeffrey S. Smith, Emerita Caputo, Jef D. Boeke
Sir4 Regulates the Strength of Yeast rDNA Silencing Through Modulation of Limited Sir2 Protein Pool.

017 - Robyn D. Moir, Karen V. Puglia, Ian M. Willis
Dominant activating mutations in a tetratricopeptide repeat subdomain of PCF1 (TFIIIC131): A conformational mechanism of action.

018 - Ryan T. Ranallo, Kevin Struhl, Laurie A. Stargell
Characterization of a TBP mutant defective for TATA-less transcription in vivo.

019 - Yong Cang, Greg Prelich
Hyperactive TATA-binding protein mutants.

020 - Stephen Buratowski, Robin Buratowski, Eun-Jung Cho, Philip Komarnitsky, Bertha Michel, Christine R. Moore, Toshimitsu Takagi
Gene expression by RNA polymerase II.

021 - Qing Liu, Scott E. Gabriel, Karen M. Arndt
Functional analysis of yeast TFIIA.

022 - Nancy A. Woychik, K. Liisi Linask, Takenori Miyao, Qian Tan
Multiple RNA polymerase subunits are targets for transcriptional activation in eukaryotes.

023 - Richard Mc Veigh, Belinda Jackson, Connie Drysdale, Mark Swanson, Richard Young, Yoshihiro Nakatani, Anthony Weil, Alan Hinnebusch
Gcn4p activation domain interacts specifically with components of TFIID, Holoenzyme Mediator and ADA/GCN5 complex: evidence for redundant pathways.

Platform Session: Intracellular Localization

024 - Michael De Vit, Mark Johnston
Glucose-regulated nuclear transport of the Mig1 glucose repressor.

025 - Wenqin Feng, Ann Benko, Jia-Hai Lee, David Stanford, Anita Hopper
Rna1p, the RanGTPase GAP of S. cerevisiae, shuttles between the nucleus and the cytosol.

026 - David Balasundaram, Michael Benedik, Henry Levin
A mutation in a nuclear pore factor of fission yeast specifically inhibits nuclear import of the retrotransposon Tf1.

027 - Carla M. Koehler, Kostas Tokatlidis, Gottfried Schatz
Two essential proteins of the yeast mitochondrial intermembrane space mediate import of carrier proteins.

028 - Sara Jones, Gregory Jedd, Rick Kahn, Nava Segev
Genetic interactions between Ypt31/32 GTPases and Arf exchangeres.

029 - David M. Bedwell, Attila Miseta, Lianwu Fu.
A non-vacuolar compartment maintains Ca 2+ homeostasis in a vacuolar biogenesis mutant of S. cerevisiae.

030 - Trey K. Sato, Tamara Darsow, Scott D. Emr
Vam7p, a putative SNAP-25-like molecule, functions with syntaxin homolog Vam3p in vacuolar protein trafficking.

031 - Althea Grant, J. Wylie Nichols
Retrograde transport of fluorescent-labeled phosphatidylcholine and phosphatidylethanolamine by a nonendocytic mechanism requires an active secretory pathway.

032 - Rita K. Miller, Mark D. Rose
Kar9p's cortical localization is dependent upon actin and the polarization proteins Spa2p, Pea2p, Bni1p, and Bud6p.

033 - Yury O. Chernoff, Peggy A. Bailleul, Gary P. Newnam
Genetic interactions between prions, chaperones and cytoskeletal proteins in yeast.

034 - Helen Mc Bride, Anita Sil, Vivien Measday, Jason Moffat, Mary Maxon, Michael Costanza, Ira Herskowitz, Brenda Andrews, David Stillman
The Pho85 Cyclin Dependent Kinase Regulates Ash1 Protein Daughter Cell Localization in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

035 - Roy C. Montijn, Edwin Vink, Wally Muller, Arie Verklei, Christiane Volland, Karin Seron, Herman vanden Ende, Frans M. Klis
Evidence that beta-1,6-glucan synthesis takes place at the cell surface.

Platform Session: Genetic Alterations

036 - Gray F. Crouse, Marie C. Earley
The role of mismatch repair in prevention of base pair mutations in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

037 - Natalie J. Morey, Rebecca L. Swanson, Sue Jinks-Robertson, Paul W. Doetsch
Base excision repair, recombination repair and error prone repair pathways have overlapping specificities for some types of DNA damage in yeast.

038 - Kevin Mills, David Sinclair, Mitch McVey, Leonard Guarente
The silent information regulator, Sir3p, relocalizes in response to a DNA damaging agent.

039 - Allyson Holmes, Jim Haber
Replication-dependent recombination in MAT switching.

040 - Heidi M. Feldmann
The yeast Ku protein is a DNA helicase

041 - Irene Castano, Michael Christman
Trf4 (topoisomerase-related function) is required for sister chromatid cohesion and for double strand break repair.

042 - Robert J. D. Reid, Mizuno Sugawara, Mary-Ann Bjornsti
Isolation of Saccharomyces genes affecting sensitivity to the chemotherapeutic agent camptothecin.

043 - Ning Kon, Ken-ichi Mizuno, Kunihiro Ohta, Wayne P. Wahls
Activation of the M26 meiotic recombination hotspot by Mts1/Mts2 protein: input from the meiotic MAP kinase cascade, site occupancy, and chromatin remodeling.

044 - Ian Grainge, Chon-jen Xu, Jehee Lee, Makkuni Jayaram
The catalytic versatility of the Flp recombinase: Functional relevance?

045 - Darryl Conte, Jr. , M. Joan Curcio
Fus3 inhibits Ty1 retrotransposition by negative regulation of the invasive growth pathway.

046 - Hanhua Huang, Zhijian Qian, Joo Yun Hong, Susan W. Liebman
A synergistic interaction between mutations in Chromatin Assembly Factor-I (CAF-I) and histone regulatory (Hir) proteins affects the transposition rate and target-site distribution of Ty1 elements.

047 - Xiaolan Zhao, Eric Muller, Rodney Rothstein
SML1, a suppressor of mec1 and rad53 lethality, negatively affects dNTP synthesis.

Platform Session: Gene Expression

048 - Adam Platt, Richard J. Reece
The yeast galactose genetic switch in vitro.

049 - Alok K. Sil, Samina Alam, Ping Xin, Colleen Lebo, Melissa Morgan, Ly Ma, James Hopper
Switching on the galactose gene family of S.cerevisiae : Gal3p destabilizes the Gal4p-Gal80p complex both in vivo and in vitro.

050 - Ivan Sadowski, John Rohde, Martin Hirst, Neena Kuriakose, Jennifer Trinh
Gal4p is regulated by an RNA Polymerase II holoenzyme-mediated phosphorylation.

051 - Stephen J. Deminoff, Joanne Tornow, Hong Zhou, Pushpa Sahu, Kristine Willis, George M. Santangelo
Dual regulation of Rap1p/Gcr1p/Gcr2p activation: position-dependent transcription of glycolytic genes vs. the stringent control of ribosomal protein gene expression.

052 - Cecilia Lopez, Jeffrey Smerage, Henry Baker
Domains at both the amino- and carboxyl-termini of Rap1p participate in facilitated binding of Gcr1p.

053 - Angela Hach, Thomas Hon, Li Zhang
Functional dissection of novel elements critical for heme regulation and transcriptional activity of HAP1.

054 - Timothy Hallstrom, Sara Max, Scott Moye-Rowley
Control of transcripton factor Pdr1p function by an hsp70 protein.

055 - Stephanie W. Ruby, Art J. Lustig
An interaction between spliceosomal and transcriptional components.

056 - Bun-ichiro Ono, Kiyohiro Nakano, Vladimir N. Noskov, Kazuo Negishi
Structural and functional relationships of ESU1 and GAL11 of the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

057 - G. Todd Milne, Gerald R. Fink
The biosynthesis of diphthamide and its role in stationary phase.

058 - Nathalie Bonnefoy, Thomas D. Fox
Role of pre-Cox2p leader peptide coding sequences in S. cerevisiae mitochondrial translation.

059 - Tracy Ferea, David Botstein, Patrick Brown, Frank Rosenzweig
Functional analysis of the yeast genome by DNA microarray hybridization after evolution in a simple defined environment.

Platform Session: Protein and RNA Turnover

060 - Zijian Guo, Pascal Chartrand, Patrick Russo, Biswadip Das, Robert H. Singer, Fred Sherman
The cap binding protein, Cbc1p, is required for efficient degradation of yeast mRNA.

061 - Renee L. Shirley, Michael J. Lelivelt, Laura R. Schenkman, Jeffrey N. Dahlseid, Michael R. Culbertson
Upf3p, a protein required for nonsense-mediated mRNA decay in S. cerevisiae, is exported from the nucleus into the cytoplasm.

062 - Philip S. Perlman, Mircea Podar, Christine Mazurek
Efficient in vivo degradation of usually stable group II intron RNAs in yeast mitochondria.

063 - Katrina F. Cooper, Michael J. Mallory, Randy Strich
Stress regulation of the yeast C-type cyclin Ume3p/Srb11p.

064 - Neal Mathias, Mark Goebl
The F-box of Cdc4p is a transferable degradation signal regulated by Skp1p binding.

065 - E. Elizabeth Patton, Andrew R. Willems, Xiaojing Tang, Karen L. Craig, Dominique Thomas, Mike Tyers
SCF (Skp1-Cdc53-F-box protein) complexes in cell cycle control and metabolism.

066 - Daniel Kornitzer
Gcn4p is a substrate of the SCF CDC4 /Cdc34p ubiquitination complex, and is stabilized under conditions of reduced protein synthesis.

067 - Stephen R. Cronin, Afif Khoury, Karen Berger, Randolph Hampton
A putative calcium transporting ATPase is required for the control of HMG-CoA reductase stability.

068 - Richard K. Plemper, Ralf Egner, Karl Kuchler, Dieter H. Wolf
A mutated ABC-transporter Pdr5 is extracted from the ER-membrane in a concerted action of Sec61 and the proteasome.

069 - Daniel Finley, David Rubin, Michael Glickman, Christopher Larsen
Multiple roles of ATP in protein breakdown resolved by equivalent proteasomal ATPase mutants.

070 - Paula C. Ramos, Jörg Höckendorff, Birgit Keck, Erica Johnson, Alexander Varshavsky, Jürgen Dohmen
Maturation of the proteasome.

071 - Darren Wolfe, Ralph L. Keil
Ubiquitin metabolism is involved in cellular sensitivity to volatile anesthetics.

Platform Session: The Cell Cycle and Polarized Growth

072 - Jim Fackenthal, Rochelle E. Esposito
CDC28 regulates levels of Spo13p, a nuclear phosphoprotein required for two-division meiosis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

073 - Caroline Philpott, Yuko Yamaguchi-Iwai, Tracey Rouault, Andrew Dancis, Richard Klausner
Cell Cycle Arrest and Inhibition of G1 Cyclin Translation by Iron in AFT1-1 up Yeast.

074 - Michael Polymenis, Emmett V. Schmidt
An essential and rate limiting function for the G1 cyclin Cln3p in cell proliferation.

075 - Leocadia V. Paliulis, Alvaro Sagasti, Thad F. Schilling, Tania M. Shaw, Meghan E. Byrne, Wendy E. Raymond
Exit from mitosis is regulated by sfp1, an allele-dependent suppressor of cdc14.

076 - Aljoscha Nern, Robert A. Arkowitz
The role of Cdc24p in yeast growth orientation.

077 - Indrani Bose, Daniel J. Lew
Regulation of Cdc24p during the cell cycle in S.cerevisiae .

078 - Scott Erdman, Terry Roemer, Jessie Hanrahan, Michael Snyder
Functions for Bipolar Bud Site Selection in Haploid Cells.

079 - Yves Barral, Macarena Parra, Scott Bidlingmaier
Nim1 homologs of S. cerevisiae link cell-cycle progression to proper organization of the peripheral cytoskeleton.

080 - J. Andrew Epp, John Chant
IQG1, an IQGAP family member regulates the cytoskeleton during cytokinesis in S.cerevisiae.

081 - Terry Lechler, Rong Li
Bee1p and the generation of actin filaments.

082 - Troy Ketela, Robin Green, Howard Bussey
Mid2p Influences Cell Growth In Response To Cell Wall State.

083 - Jonathan Loeb, Marisa Sepulveda-Becerra, Idit Hazan, Haoping Liu
Regulation of filamentous growth by a G1 cyclin in Candida albicans.

084 - Ping Leng, Alistair J. P Brown
RAD6 Influences Cellular Morphology in Candida albicans.

Platform Session: Environmental Sensing

085 - Richard S. Zitomer, Jutta Deckert, Ana M. Rodriguez-Torres, Soo M. Hwang, Roy A. Khalaf, Alexander J. Kastaniotis
The structure and function of the Rox1 transcriptional repressor and an analysis of the sequence and topology of its target sites.

086 - Jennifer L. Pinkham, Barbara K. Timblin, Michael F. Dion, Yoon J. Choi
A single site in the SOD2 promoter mediates Hap1p-dependent activation and repression in the absence of heme.

087 - Chris M. Grant, Sandra Luikenhuis, Malin M. Soderbergh, Ian W. Dawes
Two glutaredoxin genes of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae are required for protection against reactive oxygen species.

088 - Robert Deschenes, Sheng Li, Tad Ault, Cheryl Malone, Susan Dean, Jan Fassler
A Sln1-Ypd1-Skn7 two-component signal transduction pathway in S. cerevisiae.

089 - Markus J. Tamas, K. Luyten, C. Sutherland, B. Prior, S. Kilian, J. Thevelein, S. Hohmann
Yeast Fps1p controls the intracellular levels of the compatible solute glycerol under osmotic stress.

090 - Jinnie M. Garrett, James L. Schreve, Tanya Pastra-Landis, Jeffrey Goralnik, James Monika
The substrate-specificity and regulation of three novel yeast amino acid permeases: Agp1, 2 and 3.

091 - Michael C. Lorenz, Joseph Heitman
Characterization of alcohol-induced haploid filamentous growth.

092 - Xudong Zhang, Harry T. Solimeo, Martin C. Schmidt
Std1 and Mth1 proteins modulate gene expression through interactions with the glucose sensors, Snf3p and Rgt2p.

093 - Zhen Hu, Hua Jiang, Bin Zhang, Peter W. Sherwood, Corinne A. Michels
Identification of novel HXK2 -, REG1 -, and GRR1 -dependent mechanisms through which glucose inhibits maltose induction of MAL -activator function.

094 - Ursula Oberholzer, Martine A. Collart
Repression by the Not proteins responds to carbon starvation and may be mediated via Not5p phosphorylation.

095 - Rudy Pandjaitan, Hubert Wolfger, Ralf Egner, Friederike E. Rosenthal, Karl Kuchler
ABC transporters in yeast: a tale of sex and many drugs.

096 - Pamela Padilla, Allison Errett, Edwina Fuge, Margaret Werner-Washburne
The function of Snz1 and Sno1 proteins in yeast.

Platform Session: Signal Transduction

097 - James A. Marsh, Richard F. Gaber
Overexpression of CNS1, an essential gene encoding a new component of the Hsp90 chaperone machinery, suppresses the phenotypes of cells lacking the cyclophilin Cpr7.

098 - William Parrish, Mercedes Dosil, Peter Dube, James Konopka
Genetic analysis of alpha-factor receptor activation.

099 - Lu Ann Leavitt, Chris Macaluso, Karen Kim, Negin Martin, Mark Dumont
Dominant negative mutations in the alpha factor receptor, a G-protein coupled receptor in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

100 - Sanjoy K. Mahanty, Elaine A. Elion
Sequences required for nuclear localization of Ste5 are essential for binding and activation of Fus3 and localization at the shmoo tip.

101 - Marisa Wagner, Shiva Kazerounian, Peter Briza, Michael Pierce, Stephen J. Kron, Edward Winter
SMK1 MAP kinase thresholds coordinate spore morphogenesis in Saccharomyces.

102 - Angela Smith, Stephen Garrett
Yeast PKA represses Msn2p/Msn4p-dependent gene expression to regulate growth, stress response, and glycogen accumulation.

103 - Galit Shenhar, Noga Guttmann, Shira Sagee, Yona Kassir
The RAS/cAPK pathway transmits a glucose signal that inhibits the transcription of IME1, the master transcriptional activator of meiosis in the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae

104 - Gerard Griffioen, Esther Imre, Helmut Ruis
Localisation of protein kinase A in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

105 - Bo Jiang, Martha Cyert
Mutational and functional analyses of yeast calcineurin.

106 - Tami J. Kingsbury, Kyle W. Cunningham
Regulation of the Ca2+/H+ exchanger Vcx1p by Rex1p and calcineurin.

107 - Philip James, Elizabeth A. Craig
Genetic evidence implicates the tyrosine phosphatase Ptp2 in calcium homeostasis.

108 - Paul van Heusden, Yde Steensma
Genetic analysis of the function of the 14-3-3 proteins in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Poster Session: Signal Transduction

109 - Benjamin Amidon, Jeff Flick
PLC1 -dependent phosphoinositide hydrolysis is required for normal microtubule function in S. cerevisiae.

110 - Ismail Iraqui, Antonio Urrestarazu, Stephan Vissers, Florent Bernard, Johan-Owen De Craene, Eckhard Boles, Bruno André
A sensor of external amino acids and Grr1 are required for transcriptional induction of the WAP1 gene encoding a broad-specificity amino-acid permease in S. cerevisiae.

111 - Husam Ansari, Jeremy Luban
Studies of a cyclophilin A-dependent mutant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae indicate that peptidyl-prolyl isomerase activity is biologically relevant.

112 - Michelle Benig Arora, Yee-Kin Ho, David E. Stone
Structure/function analyis of mammalian phosducin in Gbetagamma mediated yeast mating.

113 - Doug Bartels, David Mitchell, Xiangwen Dong, Robert Deschenes
ERF2 (YLR246w) encodes a protein required for efficient palmitoylation of Ras.

114 - Florian F. Bauer, Marco Gagiano, Dewald van Dyk, Guy Hansson, Marius G. Lambrechts, Isak S. Pretorius
Identification of genes co-regulating pseudohyphal development and starch degradation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

115 - Christine J. Birchwood, Kyle W. Cunningham
Sphingosine-phosphate induces calcium influx through a store operated calcium channel.

116 - Liesbet Cauwenberg, Sonia Colombo, Pingsheng Ma, Johannes de Winde, Marion Crauwels, Aloys Teunissen, David Nauwelaers, Johan Thevelein
Involvement of distinct G-proteins, Gpa2 and Ras, in glucose- and intracellular-acidification-induced cAMP signalling in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

117 - Vera Cherkasova, Elaine Elion
Fus3 and Kss1 promote proliferation through distinct mechanisms.

118 - Namjin Chung, Joseph Heitman, Yusuf A. Hannun, Lina M. Obeid
Phytosphingosine Inhibits Growth of Saccharomyces cerevisiae by Inhibiting Tryptophan Import.

119 - Paul J. Cullen, George F. Sprague Jr.
Negative regulators of the yeast pheromone response pathway.

120 - N. Shane Cutler, Maria E. Cardenas, Joseph Heitman
FIR1, a gene involved in mRNA processing, is also involved in the TOR signaling pathway.

121 - Ken Davenport, Kim Williams, Mike Gustin
Regulation of MAPK pathways during osmotic stress in S. cerevisiae.

122 - Pierre-Alain Delley, Thomas Beck, Stephen B. Helliwell, Roymarie Ballester, Joseph V. Gray, Michael N. Hall
Identification of a signaling pathway that links RHO1 to the cell wall.

123 - Kenneth M. Dombek, Alexa Raney, Valentina Voronkova, Elton T. Young
Characterization of the PP1-binding protein Reg1 and its role in repressing ADH2 expression.

124 - Monica C. V. Donaton, Joris Winderickx, Johan M. Thevelein
The Mep1 and Mep2 ammonium permeases and the general amino acid permease Gap1 are required for the activation of protein kinase A targets in Saccharomyces cerevisisae.

125 - David R. H. Evans, Brian A. Hemmings
Mutant isoforms of the protein phosphatase 2A catalytic subunit analysed in humanised yeast cells.

126 - Francis W. Farley, Brett Satterberg, Elizabeth J. Goldsmith, Elaine A. Elion
Relative dependence of different outputs of the S. cerevisiae pheromone response pathway on the MAP kinase Fus3.

127 - Andrea A. Duina, Helen Kalton, Richard F. Gaber
Hsp90 and the cyclophilin Cpr7 are required for negative regulation of the heat shock response.

128 - Angie Gelli, Mike Tyers
Rst1/Dig1 and Rst2/Dig2 are required for maintenance of the a/alpha diploid cell type.

129 - Wolfram Görner, Erich Durchschlag, Julia Wolf, Christoph Schüller, Helmut Ruis
Nuclear localization of the C 2 H 2 Zinc finger proteins Msn2p and Msn4p is regulated by stress and protein kinase A activity.

130 - Shuling Guo, Leslie Stolz, John York
Characterization of yeast inositol polyphosphate phosphatases INP52 and INP53 and their involvement in growth and cell wall synthesis.

131 - Joerg Jacoby, Juergen Heinisch
A screening system for upstream components of the yeast Pkc1p signal transduction pathway.

132 - Jeanne P. Hirsch, Yong Xue, Montserrat Batlle
Identification of a G protein-coupled receptor and a downstream kinase that function in the GPA2 pathway.

133 - Peter E. Hodges, Andrew H. Z. McKee, William E. Payne, James I. Garrels
The Yeast Protein Database (YPDTM ) : Integrating Yeast Literature and Functional Genomics.

134 - Jose I. Ibeas, Doddananjappa T. Prasad, Barbara Damsz, Meena L. Narasimhan, Jose M. Pardo, Paul M. Hasegawa, Ray A. Bressan
Phosphomannoprotein acts as a cell wall receptor for osmotin, a plant antifungal protein.

135 - Marco Geymonat, Lili Wang, Hervé Garreau, Michel Jacquet
Ssa chaperones interacts with Cdc25p and controls the cAMP pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

136 - Doug Jeffery, Sarah Green, Erin O'Shea
Structure/function analysis of the cdk inhibitor Pho81.

137 - Yu Jiang, Corey Davis, James Broach
A transient increase in cAMP level is required for the rapid response of yeast cells to changes in nutrient conditions.

138 - Lorena Kallal
Regulation and conformational transition of the S. cerevisiae pheromone response G protein, GPA1.

139 - Jason Kang, Michael Schaber, David Hall, Mary-Ann Bjornsti
Apoptotic caspase activation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae .

140 - Guo-Lei Zhou, Makoto Kawamukai
Identification of CAP (adenylyl cyclase associated protein) homologous gene from mushroom and its functional expression in yeast.

141 - Megan Keniry, George F. Sprague
Investigating Ste20 and Cla4 functional specificity.

142 - Arash Komeili, Erin O'Shea
Phophorylation and nuclear export of Pho4.

143 - Richard B. Kurtz, Richard F. Gaber
Dgs1, Dgs2 and Dgs3 are required for Snf3-dependent glucose repression of the glucose transporter gene HXT6.

144 - Bee-Na Lee, Elaine A. Elion
A Role For The Mating MAP Kinase Cascade In Vegetative Growth: Isolation Of Mutants Synthetically Lethal With The MEKK Ste11.

145 - Frank N. Li, Pamela B. Meluh, Mark Johnston
Functional Analysis of SCF-GRR1 Complex in Yeast.

146 - Hongyu Lin, Jae Choi, Ales Vancura
Role of phospholipase C in osmoregulation.

147 - Emily Locke, Linda Liang, Kyle Cunningham
Identification of a Ca2+ channel in Saccharomyces cerevisiae activated by store depletion and mating pheromone.

148 - Irit Marbach, David Engelberg
Glucose activates Gcn4 via the Ras\cAMP pathway. Cross talk between carbon and nitrogen metabolism ?

149 - Hans-Ulrich Mösch, Gerald R. Fink, Gerhard H. Braus
Regulation of invasive growth by RAS genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

150 - John J. Moskow, Katherine A. Johansen, Daniel J. Lew
Identification and characterization Cdc42 mutants defective for subsets of effector pathways.

151 - Yukio Mukai, Naoko Sakumoto, Koji Uchida, Tomoko Kouchi, Jo Kuwajima, Youji Nakagawa, Shigemi Sugioka, Eishi Yamamoto, Tomomi Furuyama, Hiroyuki Mizubuchi, Naoshi Ohsugi, Tsuyosi Sakuno, Koji Kikuchi, Kazuhiro Takagi, Hayato Tamenori, Kyohei Hayashi, Yuko Miyatake, Nobuo Ogawa, Yoshinobu Kaneko, Satoshi Harashima
A series of protein phosphatase gene disruptants in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

152 - Bryce Nelson, Steve Ritchie, Marie Evangelista, Tracey Favero, Kathy Kennedy, Joe Horecka, Grant Poje, Charlie Boone
Fus1p: a scaffold protein for assembly of a fusion complex during mating.

153 - Sean O'Rourke, Ira Herskowitz
Analysis of upstream activators of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae HOG pathway.

154 - Kirill Ostanin, Jing Wei Zhang, Wei Chen, Xiaobing Xie, Emir Duzic, Lauren Silverman
Activation of yeast pheromone response pathway by the human nociceptin receptor.

155 - Manuel Arellano, Pedro M. Coll, Wenly Yang, Angel Duran, Fuyuhiko Tamanoi, Pilar Perez
Characterisation of the Geranylgeranyl Transferase Type I from Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Identification of the Alpha Subunit.

156 - Mathumathi Rajavel, and David Levin
The Role of MID2 in Cell Integrity Pathway.

157 - Massoud Ramezani Rad, Gregor Jansen, Frauke Bühring, Cornelis P. Hollenberg
Ste50p is involved in regulating mating, filamentation/invasion and high-osmolarity pathways of S. cerevisiae and by direct interaction with Ste11p.

158 - Filip Rolland, Valeria Wanke, Marco Vanoni, Joëlle Rosseels, Johannes de Winde, Johan Thevelein, Joris Winderickx
Glucose-induced activation of the Ras-cAMP pathway involves an intracellular sugar-sensing mechanism.

159 - Steffen Rupp, Eric Summers, Hsiu-Jung Lo, Hiten Madhani, Gerald Fink
MAP Kinase and cAMP filamentation signaling pathways converge on the unusually large promoter of the FLO11 gene.

160 - Danielle Gottlieb, Warren Heideman, Julie D. Saba
Dihydrosphingosine phosphate lyase regulates proliferation and stress responses in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

161 - Helena Carnero, Juan Carlos Ribas, Blanca García, Angel Durán, Yolanda Sánchez
ehs1 +, a Schizosaccharomyces pombe gene involved in mating, calcium uptake and cell wall integrity.

162 - Tobias Schmelzle, Stephen B. Helliwell, Michael N. Hall
TUS1, a novel player in the RHO1/RHO2 GTPase switch.

163 - Martin C. Schmidt, Raymond W. Ganster
Identification of a calcineurin-independent pathway required for Na ion stress response.

164 - Michael Schweizer, Yolanda Hernando, Andrew Carter, Roger Schneiter, Lilian M Schweizer
Phosphoribosyl-Pyrophosphate synthetase from Saccharomyces cerevisiae : subcellular localization and its influence on cell integrity.

165 - Gregory R. Smith, George F. Sprague, Jr.
Characterization of GTPase activating proteins (GAPs) for Cdc42p.

166 - Leslie E. Stolz, John D. York
Characterization of an essential family of inositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatases in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

167 - Wei Tao, Robert Deschenes, Jan Fassler
Intracellular glycerol levels modulate activity of the S. cerevisiae Sln1p two-component regulator.

168 - Deirdre Vaden
Isolation and characterization of lithium targets in the phosphoinositide cycle of saccharomyces cerevisiae

169 - Martijn J. van Hemert, G. P. H. van Heusden, H. Y. Steensma
The Saccharomyces cerevisiae 14-3-3 protein Bmh2p: analysis of interacting proteins.

170 - Olivier van Wuytswinkel, Marco Siderius, Pim Mager
Response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to severe osmotic shock.

171 - Matthias Versele, Pingsheng Ma, Katleen Lemaire, Aloys Teunissen, Patrick Van Dijck, Johan Thevelein
Identification and characterization of an S. cerevisiae mutant deficient in fermentation induced loss of stress resistance.

172 - Susana Vidan, Pooja Khungar, Michael Snyder
Genetic screen to identify downstream targets of the MAP kinase, Slt2p.

173 - Olivier Vincent, Marian Carlson
Interaction of Gal83, a component of the Snf1 kinase complex, with a glucose regulated transcriptional activator.

174 - Edwin Vink, Jack H. Vossen, Stephan S. C. Brekelmans, Herman vanden Ende, Frans M. Klis
Control of cell wall construction: identification of multicopy suppressors of the protein kinase mutant cwh30/kic1.

175 - Corey Davis, Lisa Weis, James Broach
Calcium- a second messenger in the RAS signalling pathway.

176 - Robert Welton, Charles Hoffman
Identification of fission yeast genes required for catabolite repression using a nonhomologous integration technique.

177 - Stefaan Wera, Pingsheng Ma, Patrick Van Dijck, Johan Thevelein
Control of Pde1, the low-affinity cAMP-phosphodiesterase from budding yeast, through pohosphorylation of Ser252.

178 - Cunle Wu, David Thomas, Malcolm Whiteway
Ste50p functions in the osmotic stress signal transduction pathway.

179 - Wayne A. Wilson, Christine Cheng, Peter J. Roach
Cyclin-dependent protein kinases: reconstitution of an active Pho85p/Pcl10p kinase from recombinant polypeptides produced in E. coli.

180 - Jun Xu, Deirdre A. Dillon, James R. Broach, Joshua Trueheart
Ste14 function in G-protein coupled signal transduction pathways.

Poster Session: Protein Localization, Vessicle Trafficing and Secretion

181 - Marcio Barros Dutra, Anthony Ambesi, Carolyn W. Slayman
Structure-function relationships in membrane segment 5 of the yeast plasma-membrane H + -ATPase.

182 - Christopher Beh, Jasper Rine
Genetic and genomic analysis of the yeast Oxysterol-Binding Protein gene family.

183 - Eduardo Hilário, Marcos C. Alegria, Susana C. S. Lavarda, Renata C. Lataro, Jesus A. Ferro, Maria Célia Bertolini
Functional chicken muscle tropomyosin produced in the yeast Pichia pastoris.

184 - Patrice Hamel, Claire Lemaire, Nathalie Bonnefoy, Paule Brivet-Chevillotte, Geneviève Dujardin
Mutations in the membrane anchor of yeast cytochrome c1 compensate for the absence of Oxa1p and generate carbonate-extractable forms of cytochrome c1.

185 - Nicola Mason, Jeremy D. Brown
Mutational analysis of the S. cerevisiae signal recognition particle.

186 - Mirko H. Brummer, Christian Oker-Blom, Sirkka Keranen
Characterization of Sec1p.

187 - Michael Conboy, Martha Cyert
Characterization of a novel yeast gene required for vacuole biogenesis.

188 - Oriane Soetens, Claire Duyckaerts, Benaissa El Moualij, Francis Sluse, Marjolaine Crabeel
Transport of Arginine and Ornithine in Isolated Mitochondria of Wild Type and arg11 mutant Saccharomyces cerevisiae .

189 - Monique A. Johnson, Hans R. Waterham, Galyna P. Ksheminska, Liubov R. Fayura, Maarten Veenhuis, Aleksander R. Kulachkovsky, Andrei A. Sibirny, James M. Cregg
Positive selection of novel peroxisome biogenesis-defective mutants of the yeast Pichia pastoris.

190 - Anabelle Decottignies, Althea M. Grant, J. Wylie Nichols, Heidi de Wet, David B. McIntosh, Andre Goffeau
ATPase activity of the overexpressed yeast ABC multidrug transporter Yor1p.

191 - Johan-Owen De Craene, Bruno André
The Npr1p protein kinase of Saccharomyces cerevisiae behaves like a regulator of the ubiquitination of the general amino acid permease (Gap1p).

192 - Ingrid Degand, Patrice Catty, Emmanuel Talla, Michel Ghislain, André Goffeau
Calcineurin-dependent activation of sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca 2+ -ATPase expressed in Saccharomyces cerevisiae .

193 - Jose M. De la Rosa, Luis Rodriguez, Teresa Ruiz
Characterization of a DNA fragment from Candida albicans isolated by complementation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae sec61 mutants.

194 - Renata L. de Souza, Francisco G. Nobrega
COX18 : characterization of a pet gene required for a functional cytochrome oxidase.

195 - Mark Prescott, Michelle Dunstone, Boyle Glen, Phillip Nagley, Rodney J. Devenish
Use of GFP fusions to probe assembly of mitochondrial ATP synthase.

196 - Katrin Eisfeld, Johannes J. Mentges, Manfred J. Schmitt
Receptor-mediated endocytosis and retrograde transport of a viral killer toxin in yeast.

197 - Sarah E. Frew, Carol A. Woolford, Elizabeth W. Jones
Elucidation of Pep5p function in golgi to vacuole protein trafficking through identification of high-copy suppressors of mutant pep5 phenotypes.

198 - Raad Gitan, H. Luo, D. Eide
Activity of the yeast ZRT1 zinc transporter protein is regulated by zinc -induced endocytosis.

199 - Chan Goshorn, Heather Panek, Lucy C. Robinson
Identification of proteins that interact with yeast Casein Kinase I.

200 - Kenji Hamada, Hiromichi Terashima, Satoshi Fukuchi, Mikio Arisawa, Kunio Kitada
Sequence requirement for incorporation of GPI-associated proteins into the cell wall in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

201 - Pamela K. Hanson, Althea M. Grant, J. Wylie Nichols
Upregulated efflux of fluorescent-labeled phosphatidylethanolamine is specific for mutant alleles of PDR1 and PDR3 that are accumulation defective.

202 - Shichuan He, Thomas Fox
A selection for mutants defective in Protein-Export from the mitochondrial matrix.

203 - Johannes M. Herrmann, Randy Schekman
Soluble Cargo Proteins can be Crosslinked to Putative Transmembrane Proteins within COPII Vesicles.

204 - Helmut Bergler, Gertrude Zisser, Andriy Zakalskiy, Franz Wendler, Nicholas Gaspar, Gregor Högenauer
The AAA-Protein Afg2(Drg1) mediates diazaborine resistance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

205 - Maria U. Hutchins, Daniel J. Klionsky
Organellar degradation via the vacuole.

206 - Kenji Irie, Ira Herskowitz
Isolation of mutants defective in ASH1 mRNA localization.

207 - Kelly L. Keenan, Yemisi E. Oluwatosin, Patricia M. Kane
Mutational analysis of the Vma5p and Vma13p subunits of the yeast vacuolar H+-ATPase.

208 - Andre T. J. Klein, Gina Bottger, Phil Barnett, Ben Distel, Henk F. Tabak
Mapping of the binding site for PTS1 containing proteins on the peroxisomal import receptor Pex5p.

209 - Marcin Kolaczkowski, Anna Kolaczkowska, Andre Goffeau
Structure-activity relationships among steroid substrates and inhibitors of the yeast multidrug resistance transporters.

210 - Ralf Kölling, Andreas Kranz, Sascha Losko, Thomas Dehmel
Signals affecting ubiquitination and fast turnover of the a-factor transporter Ste6p.

211 - Arthur L. Kruckeberg, Ling Ye, Jan A. Berden, Karel van Dam
Surveillance of yeast hexose transporters tagged with autofluorescent proteins.

212 - Rosario Cueva, Cecilio Cotano, Germán Larriba
Transfer of GlcNAc 2 from Dol-PP-GlcNAc 2 to Asn residues of yeast exoglucanase.

213 - Martin Latterich, Ya-Lin Sun, Sheetal Patel, Mina Stemm
The role of p13 (Vff1p) in vesicle traffic and the secretory pathway.

214 - Natalia Abramova, Odeniel Sertil, Charles Lowry
Coordinate and reciprocal regulation of cell wall mannoprotein expression in S. cerevisiae.

215 - Anne-Marie Marini, Bruno André
The Mep2 ammonium transporter of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a N-linked glycoprotein.

216 - Marcia Martinez, Ajay Pramanik, Ediberto Garcia, Judith McKoy, Carol Moore
Genes involved in vacuole biogenesis complement the blm5-1 mutation of S. cerevisiae.

217 - Michael Mazourek, A. Thomas Torello, Vicki Cameron
Analysis of mutations adjacent to the copper binding ligands in subunit II of cytochrome c oxidase.

218 - Ralph Menzel, Frank Vogel, Eva Kärgel, Wolf-Hagen Schunck
Induction of ER proliferation and regulation of the luminal ER protein Kar2p during high-level expression of cytochrome P450 52A3.

219 - Olaf Merkel, Hans Mayr, Markus Fido, Hermann Prüger, Sepp Kohlwein, Fritz Paltauf
Cloning and characterisation of a gene coding for a phosphatidylinositol selective phospholipase B.

220 - Heather R. Panek, Chan D. Goshorn, Lucy C. Robinson
Mutations affecting protein trafficking show synthetic interaction with casein kinase 1 deficiency.

221 - David Pearce, Seth Nosel, Fred Sherman
A yeast model for the study of batten disease.

222 - David Pearce, Thomas Cardillo, Fred Sherman
Cyc2p and porin are required for maintaining ionic stability and efficient mitochondrial function in Saccharomyces cerevisiae .

223 - Renwang Peng, Reiner Grabowski, Dieter Gallwitz
A novel function for a COPII component in vesicular protein transport.

224 - Bianka Prinz, Christine Lang
The human transferrin receptor in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae: stability and transport.

225 - Deborah A. Profant, Robin L. Wright
Defining the role of the cytosolic domain of Hmg1p in karmellae biogenesis.

226 - Deborah A. Profant, Chris J. Roberts, Robin L. Wright
Mutational analysis of the karmellae-inducing signal in the HMG1p membrane domain.

227 - Martina Marzioch, Debbie Henthorn, Roberto Solari, David Thomas, John Bergeron, Adele Rowley
The p24 family in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

228 - Florian A. Salomons, Jan A. K. W. Kiel, Ida J. van der Klei, Marten Veenhuis
The defect in peroxisomal matrix protein import in a Hansenula polymorpha PEX14 -deletion strain is suppressed by overproduction of the PTS1 receptor, Pex5p.

229 - Susana Silberstein, Gabriel Schlenstedt, Pamela Silver, Reid Gilmore
Analysis of synthetic interactions between mutations in genes encoding subunits of the oligosaccharyltransferase and the DnaJ homologs SCJ1 and JEM1 in the yeast endoplasmic reticulum.

230 - Robert G. Spelbrink, Steven F. Nothwehr
The yeast GRD20 gene encodes a protein required for localizing membrane proteins to the late Golgi.

231 - Jean-Yves Springael, Bruno Andre
NH4+-induced down-regulation of the general amino acid permease Gap1 requires ubiquitin-ligase Npi1/Rsp5, ubiquitin-hydrolase Npi2/Doa4 and several sequences within the C-terminal tail of Gap1.

232 - Jochen Strayle, Rosario Rizzuto, Tullio Pozzan, Hans K. Rudolph
Measuring Ca 2+ levels in yeast secretory organelles with targeted aequorin fusions.

233 - Emmanuel Talla, Ricardo L. de Mendonça, Ingrid Degand, Patrice Catty, Michel Ghislain, AndréGoffeau
The Schistosoma mansoni sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ -ATPase homologue, SMA2, supports growth of a yeast Ca2+ -ATPases-deficient strain.

234 - Igor Stagljar, Chantal Korostensky, Nils Johnsson, Stephan teHeesen
Analysis of interactions between membrane proteins in vivo by a genetic system based on split-ubiquitin.

235 - Zlatko Todorow, Edwin Carmack, John Yates, Randy Schekman
Intracellular trafficking of a S. cerevisiae mannosyltransferase complex.

236 - Clint VanValkenburgh, Hong Fang, Neil Green
Mutations inhibiting yeast BiP, signal peptidase, and oligosaccharyltransferase interact in a synthetically lethal manner.

237 - Sandra van Wilpe, Mike Ryan, Peter J. T. Dekker, Bernard Guiard, Michiel Meijer, Nikolaus Pfanner, Angelika Hönlinger
Translocation of precursors across the mitochondrial outer membrane in yeast.

238 - Theodor Hanekamp, Karen H. White, Nicole A. Grieshaber, Peter E. Thorsness
YME9, a novel gene involved in maintenance of mitochondria in S. cerevisiae.

239 - Anne Mette Wolff, Lars H. Pedersen, Ulla Poulsen, Susan Madrid, Peter Stougaard
Expression of hexose oxidase from Chondrus crispus in Picha pastoris.

240 - Robin Wright, Lynnelle Larson
The presence of karmellae does not affect growth of ire1 mutants.

Poster Session: Cytoskeleton and Structural Components

241 - Patricia NAVARRO, Elizabeth BON, Pascal DURRENS, Masayuki IWASE, Akio TOH-E, Michel AIGLE
Protein partners of Rvs161p and Rvs167p.

242 - Kirk Anders, Kristy Richards, Charles Scafe, Katja Schwartz, Eva Nogales, Kenneth Downing, David Botstein
Yeast tubulin mutants in the context of the bovine tubulin crystal structure.

243 - Stéphane Bach, Olivier Bouchat, Daniel Portetelle, Micheline Vandenbol
Molecular characterization of the yeast YOL112w gene homologous to the Tre2 oncogene implicated in the Ewing's sarcoma.

244 - Hengjiang Dong, Shirleen Roeder
Structural organization of Zip1 within the yeast synaptonemal complex.

245 - Marie Evangelista, Isabelle Pot, Thomas Leeuw, Charlie Boone
A complex including Bni1p, Cdc42p, profilin, actin, and type I myosin is required for polarized morphogenesis in yeast.

246 - Tsutomu Fujii, Hitoshi Shimoi, Ikuko Fujishige, Toshiteru Ohba
Effect of expression of Tip1p, a cell wall protein of S. cerevisiae, on sensitivity to zymolyase and yeast growth.

247 - Cheryl Gale, Judith Berman
Characterization of Candida albicans INT1 -induced filaments in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

248 - John Golin, Alicia Barkatt, George Eng, Susan Cronin, Leopold May
Molecular specificity of the PDR5 gene product.

249 - Brian Cali, Anya L. Goodman, Paul Matsudaira, Gerald R. Fink
Genetic analysis of calponin function in yeast.

250 - Frans Hochstenbach, Frans M. Klis, Herman van den Ende, Richard D. Klausner
Identification of an alpha-glucan synthase essential for morphogenesis in fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe.

251 - Linda S. Huang, Ira Herskowitz
The role of STE4 in control of cell polarization during mating.

252 - Kimberly A. Kandl, Johanna L. O'Dell, Alison E. M. Adams
Yeast polypeptide elongation factor 1 alpha is an actin bundling protein.

253 - Cornelia Kurischko
Selection of genes of Candida albicans coding for components of the cytoskeleton by dominant-negative genetics.

254 - M. Marek Nagiec, Elzbieta E. Nagiec, Marek S. Skrzypek, Robert L. Lester, Robert C. Dickson
Saccharomyces cerevisiae genes YOR171c and YLR260w encode sphingoid long chain base kinases.

255 - Jose A. Trilla, Luis J. Garcia-Rodriguez, Angel Duran, Cesar Roncero
Molecular characterization of chitin synthesis in S.cerevisiae.

256 - Beatriz Santos, Michael Snyder
A multicopy suppressor of chs5 spa2 lethality required for cell integrity.

257 - Claudia Schaerer-Brodbeck, Howard Riezman
Saccharomyces cerevisiae End9p, which is part of the Arp2/3 complex, mediates two distinct functions through calmodulin.

258 - Serge Shahinian, Gerrit J. P. Dijkgraaf, Anne-Marie Sdicu, David Y. Thomas, Claude A. Jakob, Markus Aebi, Howard Bussey
ER events involved in yeast cell wall beta-1,6-glucan biosynthesis.

259 - Yi-Jun Sheu, Beatriz Santos, Nathalie Fortin, Christine Costigan, Michael Snyder
Spa2p Interacts with Cell Polarity Proteins and Signaling Components Involved in Yeast Cell Morphogenesis.

260 - Judy LShih, Ira Herskowitz
The roles of PEA2, SPA2, and BUD6/AIP3 in generating cell polarity during yeast budding and mating.

261 - Gertien J. Smits, Arthur F. J. Ram, L. Heleen P. Caro, Frans M. Klis
The cell wall proteins Cwp1 and Cwp2 are directed to specific regions of the wall.

262 - Denise L. Wallack, David S. Garbe, Lisa A. Brownstein
Protein-protein and genetic interactions of the Kip3p motor protein.

263 - Ammar Madania, Pascal Madania, Hiroko Kitamoto, Sandrine Grava, Robert Martin, Barbara Winsor
Las17p interacts with Arp2p and Arp3p genetically, and with known actin patch components and unknown proteins in a two-hybrid screen.

Poster Session: Growth Control

264 - Cassandra S. Arendt, Ping Chen, Mark Hochstrasser
A hierarchy of 20S proteasome beta-subunit active sites and propeptides: unequal contributions to protein degradation and proteasome biogenesis.

265 - Ludmilla F. Berenfeld, Gregory A. Petsko
3-Methoxybenzamide - a new modulator of starvation responses in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

266 - Burkhard R. Braun, Alexander D. Johnson
Genes associated with filmentous growth of the pathogenic yeast, Candida albicans.

267 - Noel Curtis, Peter A. Meacock
Analysis of Hsp12p in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

268 - Anke Reinders, Niels Bürckert, Thomas Boller, Andres Wiemken, Claudio De Virgilio
Saccharomyces cerevisiae cAMP-dependent protein kinase controls entry into stationary phase through the Rim15 protein kinase.

269 - Jennifer Gallagher, Maarika Liivak, David Goldstein, Lenore Neigeborn
Syntheic lethality in combination with mck1-delta.

270 - Colin W. Mac Diarmid, Richard C. Gardner
The Saccharomyces cerevisiae MNR2 gene mediates divalent cation efflux.

271 - Jinnie M. Garrett, Laura Gentner, Charity D. Scripture
Activated RAS /cAMP pathway mutants accumulate trehalose and vacuolar basic amino acids during fermentative growth.

272 - Gil-soo Han, Lenore Neigeborn
Mutational analysis of the MCK1 protein kinase.

273 - Kimberly Hudak Slekar, Valeria Culotta
A genetic study of oxidative stress protection: suppressors of the zwf1 mutation in yeast.

274 - Hidekatsu Iha, So-ichi Yaguchi, Kunio Tsurugi
Elevated gene dose of GTS1, coding for a protein with a novel zinc-finger motif and poly Gln-Ala repeats, affects on the Sfl1p function and confers the FLO1 -type flocculation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

275 - Jim Karagiannis, Reza Saleki, Zhengping Jia, Paul G. Young
The pub1 E3 protein ubiquitin ligase and the spc1 MAPK pathway negatively regulate uptake of uracil and leucine in the nitrogen catabolite inactivation response of the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe.

276 - Lorraine King, Geraldine Butler
Ace2p, a regulator of CTS1 (chitinase) expression, affects pseudohyphal production in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

277 - K. Esposito, W. Tang, S. Kurtz
Isolation of genetic suppressors of Ras2-Val19 from a random peptide library.

278 - Martin Ligr, Frank Madeo, Wolfgang Hilt, Kai-Uwe Fröhlich, Dieter H. Wolf
Human Bax triggers apoptotic changes in yeast.

279 - Shraddha Nigavekar, Miriam Khalil, John Cannon
Characterization of genes that are synthetically lethal with ade3 or leu2 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

280 - Benjamin Perrin, Alan Myers
Identification of the kinesin-like protein Smy1p as a potential mediator of telophase-cytokinesis progression.

281 - Kyungho Rie, Lenore Neigeborn
A novel role for HAC1 in the control of ploidy.

282 - Matthias Sipiczki, Agnes Grallert, Ida Miklos
Yeast-mycelium dimorphism in Schizosaccharomyces.

283 - Katrin Larsson, Florian Böhl, Ingrid Sjöström, Noreen Akhtar, Dennis Strand, Reiner Grabowski, Bernard M Mechler, Lennart Adler
The SOP1 and SOP2 Genes which Are Involved in Cation Homeostasis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae can be Functionally Substituted by the Drosophila lethal(2)giant larvae Tumor Suppressor Gene.

284 - Kiwon Song, Miri Jwa, Seojoung Shin, Kyle Furge, Qiuchen Chen, Charles Albright
The C-terminal domains of Byr4 protein interact with Spg1 GTPase and Cdc16 GAP to regulate septation in fission yeast.

285 - Hiroshi Takagi, Miho Takemura, Miho Mohri, Shigeru Nakamori
Isolation and molecular analysis of freeze-tolerant laboratory strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae from proline analog-resistant mutants.

286 - Jeannie C. Wu, James R. Broach
The role of carboxyl-terminal methylation of protein phosphatase 2A catalytic subunits in Sacchromyces cerevisiae.

Poster Session: Cell Division Cycle

287 - Annette V. A. Alcasabas, Jeffrey B. Bachant, Stephen J. Elledge
The role of ESH2 in the response to replication blocks.

288 - Gina Devasahayam, Vergine Madelian, Robin Hackett, Xiolan Shen, Steven D. Hanes
ESS1 encodes a prolyl-isomerase essential for mitosis.

289 - Marie Therese Doolin, Crona O'Conallain, Geraldine Butler
Characterisation of the yeast transcription factor Ace2p.

290 - Ediberto Garcia, Ajay Pramanik, Georgia Anyatonwu, Carol Moore
Isolation and characterization of recombinant plasmids that complement the blm1-1 mutation in S. cerevisiae and have possible roles in cell division.

291 - Mariam Mouassite, Nadine Camougrand, Gisèle Velours, Martine Guerin
The SUN family: II) UTH1 is involved in both the cell division and the mitochondrial biogenesis regulation.

292 - Yuen Ho, Lynda Moore, Ryuji Kobayashi, Brenda Andrews
A role for STB1 in G1 cell cycle progression.

293 - Irena Ivanovska, Mark D. Rose
UPS1 is a suppressor of SPB duplication mutants.

294 - Sibylle Jaeger, Dieter H. Wolf, Wolfgang Heinemeyer
Identification of proteins interacting with an alpha-type subunit of the 20S proteasome.

295 - Sang Eun Lee, J.Kent Moore, Allyson Holmes, James E. Haber
Saccharomyces Ku70 and RPA proteins regulate adaptation to G2/M arrest after DNA damage.

296 - Marc E. Lenburg, Erin K. O'Shea
A genetic characterization of PHO85 functions.

297 - Yule Liu, Shigetoshi Mori, Carrie Edwards, Wolfram Siede
Characterization of saccharomyces cerevisiae chk1, a putative homologue of schizosaccharomyces pombe chk1.

298 - Neil Macpherson, Brenda Andrews
A TAF17 mutant is synthetically lethal with SWI6 and shows defects in cell cycle regulated transcription.

299 - John N. McMillan, Daniel J. Lew
Monitoring of the actin cytoskeleton by the morphogenesis checkpoint.

300 - Pamela Meluh, Douglas Koshland
Ubiquitin-related Smt3p, required for cell cycle progression in budding yeast, is attached to a subset of nuclear proteins and to a component of the mother-bud junction.

301 - Mariam Mouassite, Nadine Camougrand, Genevieve Demaison, Martine Guerin
The SUN famimly: I) SUN4 is involved in the control of the cell cycle.

302 - Edith Munro, Reginald Storms
Functional assessment of surface loops: deletion of eukaryote-specific peptide inserts in thymidylate synthase ( cdc21 )of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

303 - Masafumi Nishizawa, Kohji Suzuki, Marie Fujino, Tomoko Oguchi, Akio Toh-e
Phosphorylation of tyrosine residue is required for activation of the Pho85 kinase, a member of the yeast cyclin-dependent kinase family.

304 - Asokan Rethinaswamy, Claiborne Glover
The regulatory subunit of casein kinase II (CKII) undergoes proteasome-dependent degradation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae .

305 - Teresa Rinaldi, Monique Bolotin-Fukuhara, Laura Frontali
Characterisation of a mutation in MPR1/RPN11 gene, coding for a new S.cerevisiae proteasomal subunit.

306 - Ivan Rupes, Zheng-Ping Jia, Paul G. Young
ssp1 links stress adaptation and cell polarity to mitotic control in S. pombe through a novel pathway independent of the spc1 MAP kinase.

307 - Florian Schaerer, Arndt Brachat, Peter Philippsen
Cnm67p, a spindle pole protein important for nuclear migration, is phosphorylated in a cell-cycle dependent manner.

308 - Marisa Segal, Duncan Clarke, Steven Reed
Clb5-associated kinase is required to coordinate nuclear migration with nuclear division in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

309 - Stacy Seibert-Harley, Shelley Chu, Jennifer Henke, Hay-Oak Park
A genetic screen for a BUD2 analog involved in bud emergence.

310 - Rey A. L. Sia, Elaine G. S. Bardes, Daniel J. Lew
Activation of the Morphogenesis Checkpoint Stabilizes the Cdk-inhibitory kinase Swe1p.

311 - Junko Takeuchi, Akio Toh-e
A new proteasome subunit, Les1p, is needed for recruiting Sun1p, a multiubiquitin chain binding protein, into the 26S proteasome and for progression of cell cycle.

312 - Yves S. H. Tan, John F. Cannon
Effects of Glc8p phophorylation on Glc7p protein phophatase activity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

313 - Patrick Van Dijck, Pingsheng Ma, Annelies De Doncker, Françoise Dumortier, Johan Thevelein
SFI1, a novel single-copy suppressor of a Ras-cAMP pathway mutant in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, is necessary for mitosis.

314 - Wei Wei, Ira Herskowitz
Identification of genes that are required for bud morphogenesis and the activation of G2 CLB/CDC28 activity.

315 - Herman Wijnen, Bruce Futcher
Transcriptional regulation of START.

316 - Caroline Wilkinson, Mairi Wallace, Mary Morphew, J. Richard McIntosh, Michael Seeger, Wolfgang Dubiel, Jean-Paul Javerzat, Colin Gordon
Localisation of the 26S proteasome in Fission yeast.

Poster Session: Sporulation and Meiosis

317 - Alexander Beeser, Terrance G. Cooper
The Yvh1p phosphatase functions upstream of Mck1p in the signal transduction cascade controlling meiosis and sporulation.

318 - Kirsten R. Benjamin, Ira Herskowitz
Transcriptional regulation in meiosis in S. cerevisiae .

319 - Francisco Castrejón, Beatriz Cubero, Tahía Benítez
Apomixis in S. cerevisiae wine strains.

320 - Mary J. Clancy
Ime4p: A role for methylation in yeast sporulation?

321 - Megan E. Grether, Ira Herskowitz
Regulation of meiotic nuclear divisions by SPO12 and SPO13.

322 - Kai Jiao, Steve Bullard, Johnathan Nau, Laura Salem, Robert Malone
Coordination of recombination and the reductional division in meiosis.

323 - Cornelia Kurischko, Markus Schilhabel, Ingrid Kunze, Erika Franzl
The MAT A locus of the dimorphic yeast Yarrowia lipolytica consists of two divergently transcribed genes.

324 - Teresa M. Lamb, Aaron P. Mitchell
Identification of meiotic DNA synthesis checkpoint genes in S. cerevisiae.

325 - Krishnamurthy Malathi, Aaron Mitchell
Role of Ime1p phosphorylation in activation of early meiotic genes.

326 - Michael D. Pierce, Marisa Wagner, Jianxin Xie, Valérie Gailus-Durner, John Six, Andrew K. Vershon, Edward Winter
Transcriptional regulation of the SMK1 MAP kinase gene during meiotic development in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

327 - Pedro A. San-Segundo, G. Shirleen Roeder
Pch2 provides a link between meiotic checkpoint control, silencing and the nucleolus.

328 - Shelley Hepworth, Helena Friesen, Jacqueline Segall
NDT80 and the meiotic recombination checkpoint regulate expression of middle sporulation-specific genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

329 - Maria Soushko, Aaron Mitchell
Role of Ime2 in the Regulation of Meiotic Gene Expression

330 - Melissa J. Straffon, Hazel E. Dalton, Mary Kavurma, Anthony S. Donn, Ian W. Dawes
Regulation of mid-sporulation genes: analysis of transcriptional elements.

331 - Sandra Ufano, Pedro San Segundo, Francisco del Rey, Carlos Vazquez de Aldana
SWM1, a developmentally regulated gene is required for spore wall assembly in Saccharomyces cerevisiae..

332 - Yang Xiao, Aaron Mitchell
Regulation and functional significance of Ume6p phosphorylation .

333 - Jianxin Xie, Valérie Gailus-Durner, Michael Pierce, Edward Winter, Andrew K. Vershon
Genetic identification of protein factors that function at SMK1 MSE S and regulate SMK1 transcription

Poster Session: Replication

334 - Kevin C. Eggan, Erin S. Uyeda, Arulvathani P. Arudchandran, Jeffrey Kowalak, Alfred Yergey, Susana M. Cerritelli, Robert J. Crouch
Purification and characterization of RNase H2 from Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

335 - Ke K. Huo, Nanyun Tang, Shenfeng Lu, Feng Pan, Hao Chen, Ying Wang, Yuyang Li
Identification and function analysis of two k1 killer DNA fragments able to autonomously replicate in S. cerevisiae and K. lactis.

336 - Nicolas Lecrenier, Rémy Poirey, Jean-Claude Jauniaux, Kris Gevaert, Joël Vandekerckhove, Francoise Foury
Interactions study of yeast and human mitochondrial DNA polymerases reveal a new yeast mitochondrial DNA helicase involved in replication.

337 - Romain Nougarède, Flavio Della Seta, Etienne Schwob
Independant kinase pathways for the activation of DNA replication in budding yeast?

338 - Igor Stagljar, Ulrich Huebscher
Identifying the Dna2 helicase-interacting proteins in budding yeast.

339 - Ed Perkins, Joan Sterling, Vanessa Wood, Michael Resnick
Human testis cyclin A1 disrupts growth and DNA damage response of a yeast replication mutant.

340 - Steven Wiltshire, Santanu Raychaudhuri, Randy Byers, Todd Upton, Shlomo Eisenberg
Analyses of the S. cerevisiae ARS 121 and ARS 1501 origins of replication indicate the presence of origin-specific enhancers.

341 - Karen P. York, Miriam Braunstein, Christopher T. Jones, James P. Sharkey, James R. Broach
A mutation in the A regulatory subunit of protein phosphatase 2A is suppressed by multicopy RAD18 or multicopy PAK1 .

Poster Session: Centromeres and Telomeres

342 - Maria Bucholc, Arthur Lustig
Physical analysis of telomeric recombination.

343 - Karen Spink, Alistair Chambers
DNA:protein interactions at fission yeast telomeres.

344 - Abha Chandra, Timothy R. Hughes, Vicki Lundblad
Investigating the role of CDC13 in telomere function in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

345 - Johan Wahlin, Marita Cohn
Telomerase RNAs of Saccharomyces yeasts.

346 - Rolf Craven, Thomas Petes
A genetic analysis of the role of TEL1 gene in telomere length regulation.

347 - Christina A. Cuomo, Andrew W. Murray
Proteins Associated with Metaphase and Anaphase Chromosomes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

348 - Claudette L. Doe, Gouzheng Wang, Cheok-man Chow, Mark D. Fricker, Prim B. Singh, E. Jane C. Mellor
A novel fission yeast chromo domain protein which is required for chromosome segregation.

349 - Anna A. Friedl, Barbara Fellerhoff, Friederike Eckardt-Schupp
Amplification of subtelomeric repeat DNA enables growth at elevated temperature in hdf1 mutants of S. cerevisiae.

350 - Lynn M. Glowczewski, Peirong Yang, M. Mitchell Smith
Mutations in the histone fold of Cse4p disrupt kinetochore function in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

351 - Alla Ivanova, Mike Bonaduce, Sergey Ivanov, Amar Klar
The chromo and SET domains of the Clr4 protein are essential for silencing in fission yeast.

352 - Yangsuk Park, Arthur Lustig
SIR3 domains involved in the initiation of telomeric silencing.

353 - Renata Polotnianka, Jian Li, Arthur Lustig
The Ku heterodimer is essential for protection of the telomere against nucleolytic and recombinational activity.

354 - Aylin Rizki, Victoria Lundblad
Telomere maintenance in the absence of telomerase in S. cerevisiae.

355 - J. B. Stavenhagen, V. A. Zakian
Charaterization of telomeric recombination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Poster Session: Genes Governing Chromosome Behavior

356 - Brent A. Altheim, Michael C. Schultz
Metaphase activation of replication-independent chromatin assembly in budding yeast.

357 - Needhi Bhalla, Sue Biggins, Andrew Murray
The identification of genes involved in sister chromatid cohesion in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

358 - Jian Du, Irem Nasir, Benjamin K. Benton, Michael P. Kladde, Brehon C. Laurent
Sth1p, the ATPase component of RSC, is required for cell cycle progression and differs from Snf/Swi in its interactions with histones and nonhistone chromatin-associated proteins.

359 - Shinichiro Enomoto, Judith Berman
Multicopy expression of DHH1 stabilizes short linear plasmids and short chromosome fragments.

360 - Troy A. A. Harkness, Terra A. Arnason, Michael C. Schultz
Chromatin assembly is regulated by a novel protein kinase A signaling pathway.

361 - Ilia I. Ouspenski, Olga A. Cabello, B. R. Brinkley
Brn1p, a mitotic chromosome condensation factor, may be necessary for DNA replication.

362 - Dena R. Peavy, Michael F. Christman
Characterization of a putative TRF4-interacting gene ENT1

363 - Inés Pinto, Fred Winston
Ploidy and chromosome instability caused by histone H2A mutants.

364 - Wilfried Rossoll, Tillman Schuster
Kin3p controls the fidelity of chromosome transmission.

365 - Bodo Stern, Andrew Murray
Generation of the spindle assembly checkpoint signal.

366 - Michelle D. Krawchuk, Wayne P. Wahls
A pathway of chromatid cohesion and centromere proximal recombination required for meiotic chromosome segregation in fission yeast.

367 - Carrie Walowsky, Irene B. Castano, Michael F. Christman
TRF4 is required for sister chromatid cohesion and double strand break repair.

368 - Zhenghe Wang, Irene Castano, Michael F. Christman
Surface-targeted mutational analysis of TRF4.

369 - Justin Weinstein, Frédéric Foucault, Morten Dunø, Rodney Rothstein
Importance of the helicase activity of Sgs1 protein in S. cerevisiae.

Poster Session: Genome Organization

370 - Munira Basrai, Victor Velculescu, Risa Kitagawa, Douglas Bassett, Bert Vogelstein, Ken Kinzler, Philip Hieter
SAGE analysis of S. cerevisiae identifies transcription from NORFs (nonannotated ORFs).

371 - Mingyuan Cheng, Yao-Ming Luh
Identification of an undefined open reading frame on chromosome III that rescue the ts phenotype of a pet18 -like mutant.

372 - J. Michael Cherry, Catherine Ball, Shuai Weng, Alice Malekian, Munria Basrai, Phil Hieter, Victor E. Velculescu, David Botstein
Display and Analysis of yeast SAGE results at SGD.

373 - J. Michael Cherry, Catherine A. Ball, Selina S. Dwight, Erich T. Hester, Gail Juvik, Alice Malekian, Shuai Weng, David Botstein
New SGD Sequence Analysis Programs for Examining Sequence Similarity.

374 - Shelley Chu, Joe De Risi, Jon Mulholland, David Botstein, Ira Herskowitz, Patrick Brown
A Global Analysis of Gene Expression During Meiosis and Spore Formation in S. cerevisiae.

375 - Shelley Ann des Etages, Petra Ross-Mac Donald, Daniel Kanada, Michael Snyder
Generation of a collection of hypomorphic mutations in essential genes.

376 - Juvencio González-García, John A. Henning, Ian A. Ray, Roy G. Cantrell
Molecular study of an erect glandular hair trait in alfalfa.

377 - John Heyman, Luis Foncerrada, Robert Marcil, Heather Marks-Hull, Michelle Sindici, Wai-Yee Lee, Edward Marsh, James Hoeffler
High-throughput Cloning and Expression-testing of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Open Reading Frames (ORFs).

378 - Bertrand Llorente, Cécile Fairhead, Bernard Dujon
Relationships between genetic and functional redundancy in the genome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae through the study of gene families.

379 - Daniel Lockshon, Peter Uetz, Diana Conover, Gerard Cagney, Stanley Fields
A protein linkage map for the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae .

380 - Jessica Dworet, Lori Frappier, Michael A. McAlear
The yeast homolog of a human EBNA1-interacting protein is essential and localizes to the nucleolus.

381 - Tomoo Ogata, Hiromi Yamagishi, Tomoko Ishibiki, Makiko Jibiki, Shin-ichi Matsui
Chromosomal structure of bottom fermentating yeasts.

382 - Mark Parrish, Robin Wright
Duplication and loss of the HMG-CoA reductase gene in the Ascomycete lineage.

383 - Jure Piskur, Randi F. Petersen, Casper Groth, Gaelle Marinoni, Michael L. Nielsen, Wenguang Liu, Zoran Gojkovic, Jeanne Hvidtfeldt
Modern yeast genomes have evolved using different molecular mechanisms.

384 - Daniel Richards, Elizabeth Winzeler, Alan Goldstein, Michael McCullough, John McCusker, Lisa Wodicka, David Lockhart, Ronald Davis
Direct High-Resolution Genome Mapping of Multiple Genetic Loci in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Using High-Density Oligonucleotide Arrays.

385 - Tai Roe, Catherine A. Ball, Selina S. Dwight, Shannon Roberts, J. Michael Cherry, David Botstein
Designing 'controlled vocabularies' for information storage and retrieval at Saccharomyces Genome Database.

386 - Petra Ross-Macdonald, Shelley des Etages, Terry Roemer, Amy Sheehan, Dawn Symonaitis, Lara Umansky, Shirleen Roeder, Michael Snyder
The transposon insertion project : large-scale functional analysis of the genome.

387 - Bart Scherens, Fabienne Vierendeels, Mohamed El Bakkoury, Francine Messenguy, Evelyne Dubois
Deletion and basic phenotypic analysis of 27 novel ORFs in the framework of the European functional analysis programs EUROFAN I. Systematic amino acid pool measurement in the deletant strains.

388 - Francesca Storici, Maristella Coglievina, Carlo V. Bruschi
A marker «rescue» system for multiple gene disruption in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

389 - Sophia C. Ushinsky, Howard Bussey, Steeve Veronneau, Reginald K. Storms
Functional analysis of single and double deletion mutants on chromosomes I and XV in Saccharomyces cerevisiae .

390 - Soundarapandian Velmurugan, Yong-Tae Ahn, Xian-Mei Yang, Xu-Li Wu, Makkuni Jayaram
Interactions among plasmid and host encoded components in the stable maintenance of the 2 µm circle plasmid in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

391 - Cathal Seoighe, Kenneth H. Wolfe
Genome duplication, gene order, and chromosomal evolution in yeast species.

392 - Xian-Mei Yang, Soundarapandian Velmurugan, Makkuni Jayaram
Analysis of the role of the Rep1 protein in the stability of the 2 micron plasmid.

Poster Session: Mutagenesis and Repair

393 - Debra A. Bressan, Heidi A. Olivares, Benjamin E. Nelms, John H. J. Petrini
Alteration of N-terminal phosphoesterase signature motifs inactivates Saccharomyces cerevisiae Mre11.

394 - Stacey Broomfield, Barbara Chow, Wei Xiao
Characterization of MMS2 and other genes involved in the yeast error-free postreplication repair pathway.

395 - Micah A. Chrenek, Robert W. Tomaszewski, R. C. von Borstel
Reversions of the his1-19 mutant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

396 - John Davidson, Robert Schiestl
Heat stress acts as an oxidant and a mutagen in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

397 - Paola Fiorani, Robert J. D. Reid, Mizuno Sugawara, Mary-Ann Bjornsti
TAF47 suppresses yeast cell sensitivity to DNA damaging agents.

398 - Todd Hryciw, Wei Xiao
MMS1 and the yeast DNA damage response.

399 - Alberto Inga, Amy Greene, Kevin Lewis, Michael A. Resnick
Assessing human p53 protein functions using transactivation and overexpression assays in Saccharomyces cerevisiae..

400 - Jakob M. Kirchner, Hiep T. Tran, Michael A. Resnick
A DNA polymerase II mutant with an exonuclease I dependent increase in mutation rate for homonucleotide runs.

401 - A-Lien Lu, William Fawcett
Cloning and characterization of the MutY homolog from yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe, that codes for an adenine DNA glycosylase.

402 - Marcia Martinez, Darline Davermann, Kenneth Robert, Judith McKoy, Ajay Pramanik, Carol W. Moore
Processing of chromosomal double-strand breaks in bleomycin treated normal and blm5-1 mutant cells of S. cerevisiae .

403 - Kenneth G. Milne, Michael A.J. Ferguson
Cloning and functional expression of glycosyltransferases involved in glycosylphosphatidylinositol biosynthesis from African trypanosomes by heterologous complementation in yeast.

404 - Dindial Ramotar, Isabelle Brodeur, Elliot Drobetsky
A yeast homologue of the human phosphotyrosyl phosphatase activator PTPA is implicated in protection against oxidative DNA damage induced by carcinogen 4-nitroquinoline-1-oxide.

405 - Greenberg Ross, Alberti Marie, Hearst John, Saffran Wilma
Repair and recombination of site-specific psoralen crosslinks.

406 - Jill K. Schweitzer, Debra J. Maurer, Dennis M. Livingston
Expansion and contraction of CAG repeat tracts in rth1/rad27 and msh2 mutants suggest mechanisms of instability.

407 - Wayne Stangle, Gordon Chua, Lorena Taricani, Paul G. Young
The development and applications of an insertional mutagenesis system in Schizosaccharomyces pombe.

408 - Hiep T. Tran, Michael A. Resnick, Dmitry A. Gordenin
Do the 5' to 3' nucleases Exo1 and Rad27 and the 3' to 5' exonuclease activities of DNA polymerases epsilon (POL2) and delta (POL3) participate in mismatch repair?

409 - Xiaohua Wu, Zhigang Wang
DNA ligation during excision repair in yeast cell-free extracts is catalyzed by the CDC9 gene product.

Poster Session: Recombination

410 - Thorsten Allers, Michael Lichten
Physical detection of heteroduplex DNA during yeast meiosis.

411 - Anna Astromoff, Elizabeth Winzeler, Dan Shoemaker, Keith Anderson, Chai Pai, Karen Davis, Grace Yen, Ron Davis
The Saccharomyces deletion project -- functional analysis of the yeast genome.

412 - Ainsley Bayliss, Miyono Hendrix, Sue Jinks-Robertson, Gray F. Crouse
Examination of homeologous recombination using specific mismatches reveals complex relationships among mismatch repair genes and RAD1, RAD10, and EXO1.

413 - Valerie Borde, Michael Lichten
Chromosomal factors influencing initiation of meiotic recombination.

414 - Edward S. Davis, Jeffrey N. Strathern
Recombinational sequestration in S. cerevisiae.

415 - Pierre-Antoine Defossez, Peter U. Park, Reeta Prusty, Ralph L. Keil, Leonard Guarente
rDNA recombination determines life-span in S.cerevisiae.

416 - Lucia Driller, Heidi M. Feldmann
YKu70 is synthetic lethal to a CDC13 point mutation

417 - Naz Erdeniz, Uffe Mortensen, Rodney Rothstein
A molecular dissection of Rad52 - a central recombination protein.

418 - Jennifer A. Freedman, Sue Jinks-Robertson
Isolation and characterization of a mitotic recombination mutant in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

419 - Tiziana Cervelli, Massimiliano Garre', Robert H. Schiestl, Alvaro Galli
Effect of DNA polymerase 'delta' on spontaneous and induced intrachromosomal recombination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae .

420 - Guri Nina Giaever, Daniel D. Shoemaker, Ron W. Davis
Heterozygous yeast strains reveal haploinsufficiencies in the presence of drugs: a genomic method for drug target identification.

421 - Hong Liang, Danielshoemaker, Erik Gentalen, Michael Laub, Elizabeth Winzeler, Anna Astromoff, Ronald Davis
Phenotypic analysis of a large collection of S. cerevisiae deletion strains in parallel using a bar-coding strategy and high-density oligonucleotide array.

422 - Kirill S. Lobachev, Dmitry A. Gordenin, Michael A. Resnick
Homologous and diverged inverted human Alus are hotspots for recombination in yeast.

423 - Glenn Manthey, Tina Negritto, Silvina Maines, Xuli Wu, Adam Bailis
RAD1 and RAD50 act synergistically to facilitate recombination between short repeats in S. cerevisiae.

424 - Vijayalakshmi Nagaraj, David Norris
A cell-free system from meiotic yeast cells that catalyzes in vitro D-loop formation in a Rad51p- and Rad52p-dependent fashion.

425 - M Cristina Negritto, Frank Qui, Binghuishen, Adam Bailis
Role of exonucleases in the control of short repeat recombination.

426 - Ron Okagaki, Erin Asleson, Dennis Livingston
Functional regions of Rad52p defined by intragenic complementation and over expression of RAD51.

427 - Galina Petukhova, Sabrina Stratton, Patrick Sung
Catalysis of homologous DNA pairing by yeast Rad51 and Rad54 proteins.

428 - Reeta Prusty, Ralph L. Keil
SCH9, a putative protein kinase from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, affects HOT1 -stimulated recombination.

429 - Laura Salem, Natalie Walter, Robert Malone
Suppression of a temperature sensitive allele of REC104 by high copy REC102 reveals genetic interaction between two early meiosis-specific genes.

430 - Peter J. Simon, Lisa Szeto, James R. Broach
Recombinational enhancers required for mating-type switching in yeast.

431 - David Sinclair, Paul Spellman, David Botstein, Leonard Guarente
GENOME instability and accumulation circular rDNA as a cause of yeast aging.

432 - Francesca Storici, Carlo V. Bruschi
Evidence for different DNA substrate function of the entire IR region and its FRT site during Flp-mediated recombination.

433 - Tzu-Chen Wu, Michael Lichten
Chromosome context affects the frequency and location of meiotic recombination initiation events.

Poster Session: Retro-transposition

434 - Michael Y. Chao, Robert Eskes, Jian Yang, Steven Zimmerly, Alan M. Lambowitz, Philip S. Perlman
Functions of the maturase domain of the RT protein encoded by intron 2 of the COX1 gene of yeast mitochondrial DNA.

435 - Van-Dinh Dang, Mike Benedik, Henry L. Levin
The co-repressor Sin3A : A host factor required for the propagation of the retrotransposon Tf1 in fission yeast.

436 - Lorna M. Dickson, Jian Yang, Alan M. Lambowitz, Philip S. Perlman
Studies of ectopic homing of the mobile group II intron aI1 of yeast mitochondrial DNA.

437 - Stephanie M. Karst, Thomas M. Menees
Cell cycle regulation of Ty3 reverse transcription.

438 - Angie B. Dull, Jill B. Keeney
Involvement of host cell genes in processing proteins of the yeast Ty1 retroelement.

439 - Bum-Soo Lee, David Garfinkel
Inhibition of Ty 1 retrotransposition by TFIIH subunits Ssl2p and Rad3p.

440 - Antonin Morillon, Mathias Springer, Pascale Lesage
Functional analysis of the genomic Ty1 elements in S. cerevisiae.

441 - Jia-Hwei Lin, Henry L. Levin
Reverse transcription of a yeast retrotransposon requires formation of an RNA structure analogous to the U5-IR stem-loop of Rous sarcoma virus.

442 - David Kirchner, Shawn D. Beeler, William T. Knapp, Beth A. Clark, Amy Donhart, Brenda Shafer, Molly F. Mastrangelo
A chromosomal deletion associated with induced Ty transposition, isolated in a screen for disruptions of essential genes.

443 - Sharon Moore, Lori Rinckel, David J. Garfinkel
A Ty1 integrase nuclear localization signal required for retrotransposition.

444 - Jeanne-Françoise Roth, Susan M. Kingsman, Alan J. Kingsman, Enca Martin-Rendon
The role of TYA encoded proteins in Ty1 expression and transposition.

Poster Session: Transcription

445 - Shazia Ahmed, Terolyn Butler, Sophia Alvarez, Matt Haymowicz, Heather Conrad-Webb
A polymerase switch in the synthesis of rRNA in S. cerevisiae .

446 - Homan Alipour, Peter Eriksson, Lennart Adler, Anders Blomberg
Functionally distinct Rap1p binding sites in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae GPD1 promoter are involved in its response to NaCl.

447 - Thomas Didion, Morten C. Kielland-Brandt, Helge A. Andersen
STP2, a gene involved in regulation of amino acid permease expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

448 - Margaret K. Shirra, Karen M. Arndt
Evidence for the involvement of the Glc7-Reg1 phosphatase and the Snf1-Snf4 kinase in the control of TBP function at the INO1 promoter.

449 - Vasudeo Badarinarayana, Clyde L Denis
CCR4-NOT complex functionally and physically interacts with TFIID.

450 - Rohan Baker
Ubiquitin-specific protease Ubp15p: a role in transcriptional silencing?

451 - Leena Bhoite, Helen Mc Bride, David Stillman
A small region of the Swi5 zinc finger transcription factor that interacts with the Pho2 homeodomain has multiple roles in activation of HO transcription.

452 - Tapan K. Biswas, Godfrey S. Getz
An unusual C-terminal extension of the yeast mitochondrial S4 ribosomal protein.

453 - Heather Brogan-Myers, Zening He, Heather Conrad-Webb
Activation of a RNA polymerase II promoter in S. cerevisiae rDNA.

454 - James A. Brown, Joseph L. De Risi, Patrick O. Brown, Linda F. Bisson
The transcriptional control of SNF3.

455 - Mary Bryk, Fred Winston, M. Joan Curcio
Modifiers of transcriptionally silenced Ty1 retrotransposons in the rDNA heterochromatin of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

456 - Brad Cairns, Paul Tempst, Roger Kornberg, and Fred Winston
Rsc1 and Rsc2; two components of the essential chromatin remodeling complex RSC that contain multiple bromodomains.

457 - Michael J. Campbell, Raymond J. Cho, Elizabeth Winzeler, Lars Steinmetz, Andrew Conway, David Landsman, David Lockhart, Ronald W. Davis
Genome-wide analysis of transcription during the cell cycle of S. cerevisiae.

458 - Biswendu Chaudhuri, David Stillman
Isolation and characterization of mutations showing synthetic lethality with ACT3 ( ARP4 ), an Saccharomyces cerevisiae essential gene involved in transcriptional regulation.

459 - Hai-Yan Liu, Yueh-Chin Chiang, Jing Pan, Chris Salvadore, Junji Chen, Clyde L Denis
The CCR4 complex contacts the SRB9, -10, and -11 components of the RNA polymerase II holoenzyme.

460 - Sonia Rosenheck, Mordechai Choder
Rpb4, a subunit of RNA polymerase II, enables the enzyme to transcribe at temperature extremes in vivo and in vitro.

461 - Sean T. Coleman, Eric A. Epping, Susi M. Steggerda, W. Scott Moye-Rowley
Molecular mechanism of yAP-1-dependent oxidative stress tolerance.

462 - James M. Cregg, Shigang Shen, Greitje Sulter, Thomas W. Jeffries
A strong nitrogen source-regulated promoter for controlled expression of foreign genes in the yeast Pichia pastoris.

463 - Valérie Denis, Hélian Boucherie, Christelle Monribot, Bertrand Daignan-Fornier
Role of the yeast Myb-like transcription factor Bas1p.

464 - Amine Nourani, Rudy Pandjaitan, Yannick Mahé, Karl Kuchler, Claude Jacq, Agnes Delahodde
Yeast PDR genes are potentially regulated through homo and heterodimerization of the dedicated Pdr1p and Pdr3p transcription factors.

465 - Th Delaveau, A Delahodde, A Nourani, J Subik, C Jacq
Genomic and the pleiotropic drug resistance phenomenon in yeast. The case of the transcription factor Pdr3.

466 - Alexander De Luna, Amaranta Avendaño, Lina Riego, Alicia González
Genetic and biochemical characterization of Saccharomyces cerevisiae GDH1 and GDH3 encoding two NADP + -GDH isozymes.

467 - Michael F. Dion, Barbara K. Timblin, Yoon J. Choi, Jennifer L. Pinkham
Repression is relieved and basal transcription increases from the SOD2 promoter in null mutants of either TUP1 or SIN3 .

468 - Scott Dorland, David Stillman
Additional gene products required for repression by SIN3 and RPD3.

469 - Aimée Dudley, Fred Winston
Analysis of his4-912delta promoter activity: evidence for parallel pathways of activation through Gcn4, Gcr1, and specific TATA elements.

470 - David A. Eiznhamer, Mahmoud Elkhaimi, Hector Biliran, Jr. , John M. Lopes
Mechanisms that regulate expression of the INO2 positive regulatory gene.

471 - Alexandra R. Fernandes, Francisco Peixoto, Isabel Sa-Correia
Expression and activity of PMA1- and PMA2- plasma membrane H + -ATPases in cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae grown under copper stress.

472 - Jean-Luc Parrou, Jean François
STRE independent activation of stress-responsive genes during diauxic growth on glucose.

473 - Elvira Ramil, M. Angeles Freire-Picos, M. Esperanza Cerdán
Characterization of promoter regions involved in high expression level of KlCYC1.

474 - Audrey P. Gasch, Patrick O. Brown
Gene expression patterns of S. cerevisiae in response to oxidative stress using DNA microarrays.

475 - Guillaume Hautbergue, Cristelle Monribot, Hélian Boucherie, Claude Jacq, Valérie Goguel
The kinase complex CTDK-I is implicated in transcription regulation.

476 - Morten Grauslund, Birgitte Rønnow
Expression of the glycerol kinase gene, GUT1, is regulated through UAS INO and UAS ADR1 elements in the promoter.

477 - Robin A. Haw, Karen G. Spink, Alistair Chambers
Mutational analysis of the DNA binding domain of Rap1p.

478 - Scott G. Holmes, Mirela Matecic
Requirements for inheritance of a repressed transcription state.

479 - Barbara C. Hoopes, Jessica B. Mazzeo, Felicia Yun
Regulation of the two SUA7 (TFIIB) transcripts of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

480 - Krishnamurthy Natarajan, Belinda M. Jackson, Alan G. Hinnebusch
yTAF II 61 is a coactivator of Gcn4p and plays a broad role in RNA Polymerase II transcription in yeast.

481 - Camilla M. Kao, David Botstein, Patrick O. Brown
DNA microarray analysis of gene expression during yeast starvation.

482 - Rachna Kapoor, Brian D. Cohen, Charles V. Lowry
A regulatory factor that provides a link between the heme-repressed dan and hypoxic regulons.

483 - Matthew A. Kennedy, Martin Bard
Regulatory analysis of the ERG9 gene in S.cerevisiae .

484 - Roy A. Khalaf, Jutta Deckert, Soo M. Hwang, Richard S. Zitomer
A structural/functional analysis of the DNA binding domain of the Rox1 repressor protein.

485 - Anna Kolaczkowska, Andre Goffeau
Identification of a central inhibitory domain in the Pdr1p transcriptional activator.

486 - Michael Kruppa, David Kolodrubetz
Suppressing the t.s. phenotype of cells lacking the transcriptional regulator NHP6.

487 - Sergei Kuchin, Marian Carlson
Evidence for interaction between the Snf1 protein kinase and the transcription apparatus.

488 - Simon Labbe, Dennis J. Thiele
Copper inducible and repressible promoter systems in yeast.

489 - Michael J. Lelivelt, Michael R. Culbertson
Using High Density Oligonucleotide Arrays To Identify Natural mRNAs Affected By The Nonsense Mediated mRNA Decay Pathway.

490 - Ping Leng, Alistair J. P Brown
The Hyphal-Specific Gene ALS7 is a Member of a Candida albicans Gene Family Encoding Agglutinin-like Cell-surface Proteins.

491 - J. Cale Lennon III, Megan Wind, Laura Saunders, M. Benjamin Hock, and Daniel Reines
Mutations in RNA polymerase II and elongation factor SII severely reduce mRNA levels in S. cerevisiae.

492 - Qiming Li, Stephen A. Johnston
Gal4 Protein Occupies Sites in an Open-reading Frame to Affect Gene Experession.

493 - Xin Li, Parag P. Sadhale, Nancy A. Woychik
Functional dissection of the RPB4/RPB7 RNA polymerase II subcomplex.

494 - K. Liisi Linask, Qian Tan, Nancy A. Woychik
RNA polymerase II subunit RPB3 is a target for transcriptional activation.

495 - Zhengchang Liu, Ronald A. Butow
A transcriptional switch in CIT1 expression: alternative regulation by the HAP and RTG genes that depends on the functional state of mitochondria.

496 - Mary E. Maxon, Ira Herskowitz
A molecular analysis of Ash1p, a daughter-cell fate determinant.

497 - David S. Mc Nabb, Leonard Guarente
Structure-function analysis of the heterotetrameric CCAAT-binding factor from Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

498 - Janet Mead, Thomas B. Acton, Andrew K. Vershon
Alanine scanning of Mcm1: Mutants that alter DNA binding, bending and protein interactions by a MADS-box protein.

499 - Robert Merker, Hannah Klein
The effect of hpr1 delta on plasmid stability in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

500 - Takayuki Mizuno, Nobushige Nakazawa, Satoshi Harashima
Basal transcription of IME1 is repressed by Sin4 through a mechanism different from Tup1-Ssn6- mediated repression.

501 - Kevin Morano, Nicholas Santoro, Keith Koch, Dennis Thiele
A trans-activation domain in yeast heat shock transcription factor is essential for cell cycle progression during stress and resistance to the antitumor drug geldanamycin.

502 - Zeena Nackerdien, Mary Ann Osley
Analysis of Hir1p and Hir2p interactions with yeast chromatin.

503 - Corey Nislow, Michelle Moffa, David Mac Bride
A gene dosage analysis of the yeast silencing factor SET1 .

504 - Yasuhisa Nogi, Kaori Imai, Yukiko Imazawa, Kazuo Yamamoto, Yeqi Yao, Koji Hisatake, Masami Muramatsu
Isolation and characterization of Schizosaccahromyces pombe cDNAs encoding RNA polymerase I subunits.

505 - Solomon Nwaka, Harald Zaehringer, Helmut Holzer
Stress induced expression of trehalase in S. cerevisiae .

506 - Donald L. Pappas, Jr. , Michael Hampsey
Genetic analysis of the role of Ssu72 in RNA polymerase II transcription.

507 - Jennifer L. Pinkham, Ying Gao, Janivette Alsina, Adam Gower
An improved method for beta-estradiol regulation of cloned genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

508 - Benoît Pinson, Bertrand Daignan-Fornier
Redox regulation of the transcriptional activator Bas1p.

509 - Panagiotis Politis, Carlos Martinez-Campa, Jane Mellor
Biochemical and genetic investigation into the role of histones acetylation in regulation of PHO5 gene of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

510 - Sergi Puig, José Enrique Pérez-Ortín, Emilia Matallana
Transcriptional interference of two convergent overlapping yeast genes also affects chromatin structure.

511 - Kelly A. Robinson, John M. Lopes
Analysis of INO4 gene expression and Ino4p interacting proteins.

512 - Kenneth Robzyk, Roger Brent, Mary Ann Osley
Histone ubiquitination in yeast.

513 - Beverly A. Rothermel, Vi Hua, R. Sanders Williams
Selection for peptides that promote thermotolerance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

514 - Pushpa Sahu, Stephen J. Deminoff, Hong Zhou, and George M. Santangelo
Gcr2p-dependent transcriptional activation by Rap1p requires a Gcr1p/Gcr2p leucine zipper interaction.

515 - Almudena Nieto, Jose Antonio Prieto, Pascual Sanz
Stable high-copy number integration of Aspergillus oryzae alpha amylase cDNA in an industrial baker's yeast strain.

516 - Ronald Ebbert, Alexander Birkmann, Hans-Joachim Schueller
Influence of the SNF2 homolog INO80 on expression and chromatin structure of highly regulated yeast genes.

517 - John Stebbins, Steven Triezenberg
Transcriptional activation by the Hap4 protein.

518 - Andrew M. Steiner, Amish Patel, Janet Mead, Andrew K. Vershon
Mutations that effect the interactions between the MATalpha2 and Mcm1 proteins.

519 - David Stillman, Yaxin Yu, Leena Bhoite, Scott Dorland
Suppression of a Mutation in the GCN5 Histone Acetyltransferase Gene Suggests a Role for an RNA Polymerase II Holoenzyme Component in Sin3-Dependent Transcriptional Repression.

520 - Vladimir Svetlov, Terrance G. Cooper
Dal80p, Deh1p, and their C-terminal leucine zipper motifs are able to form homo- and hetero-dimeric complexes in a two-hybrid system.

521 - Dimitri Tamalis, Angela Hach, Li Zhang
Identification of genes involved in heme regulation of yeast transcriptional activator HAP-1.

522 - Hien Tran, Alexander Johnson
SWI2 and ALR1 genetically interact with the chromo domain encoding gene CHD1.

523 - Isabelle Treich, Lillian Ho, Marian Carlson
Direct interaction between Rsc6 and Swh3/Rsc8, two proteins conserved in Swi/Snf-related complexes.

524 - Sezai Türkel
Autoregulation of GCR1 and its role in HXT genes transcription.

525 - Hiroshi Uemura, Miho Koshio, Yoko Inoue, M. Cecilia Lopez, Henry V. Baker
The role of Gcr1p in the transcriptional activation of glycolytic genes in yeast S cerevisiae.

526 - M. Andrew Uhl, Alexander D. Johnson
Development of a reporter gene for Candida albicans.

527 - Warren Voth, David Stillman
Negative Regulation in Promoter Specificity of the Ace2 and Swi5 Transcription Factors.

528 - Kevin L.-C. Wang, Jonathan R. Warner
An evolutionary solution to the fluctuation problem.

529 - Wei-Hua Wu, Michael Hampsey
A Pho4-induced conformational change in TFIIB mediates PHO5 activation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

530 - Wei Xiao, Yu Zhu, Yule Liu
Roles of yeast cell cycle checkpoint genes in the control of DNA damage-induced expression of MAG1 and DDI1.

531 - Shirong Zhang, Yizhak Stalsky, David Garfinkel
Suppression of the spt23 mga2 double deletion lethality by multicopy expression of OLE1.

532 - Xiaoting Zhang, Zhifeng Cui, Tokichi Miyakawa, W. Scott Moye-Rowley
Multiple Cys 6 zinc cluster transcription factors regulate multidrug resistance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

533 - Zhizhou Zhang, Ushasri Varanasi, Robert Trumbly
Analysis of Tup1 Structure/Function by Mutagenesis and Homolog Function Zhizhou Zhang, Ushasri Varanasi*, and Robert Trumbly, Dept of Biochem, Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, OH 43699 and *Cleveland Clinic Foundation.

534 - Hualin zhong, Andrew Vershon
A search of the yeast genome for the novel genes that are regulated by alpha2/Mcm1.

535 - Heng Zhou, Fred Winston
Ssn21, a Novel Zinc Finger Protein that May Act As a Transcriptional Repressor.

536 - Hong Zhou, George M. Santangelo
Biochemical analysis of two potentially distinct complexes that contain the multifunctional global regulator Rap1p.

Poster Session: RNA Processing

537 - Pascal Chartrand, Robert H. Singer, Roy M. Long
Determination of the roles of cis-acting elements in ASH1 mRNA localization in S.cerevisiae.

538 - Hau-Ren Chen, Shr-Peng Jan, Twee Y. Tsao, Soo-Chen Cheng
Snt309p: A Novel Splicing Factor Modulating Interactions of Prp19p with Its Associated Components.

539 - Agustín Aranda, José Enrique Pérez-Ortín, Claire Moore, Marcel. lí del Olmo
Analysis of the bidirectionality of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae FPB1 polyadenylation and transcription termination signal.

540 - Katrin Düvel, Gerhard H. Braus
Exchange of yeast polyadenylation sites in vivo.

541 - Sylvie Hermann-Le Denmat, Claire Torchet, Claude Jacq
A functional temperature-sensitive bipartite allele of yeast RRP5/FMI1 gene affects 18S rRNA synthesis.

542 - Udo Schmidt, Karola Lehmann, Irmgard Maue, Astrid Wersuhn, Claudia Terpe, Ulf Stahl, Philip S. Perlman
Genetic evidence suggesting direct interaction between the yeast MRS2 protein and group II introns.

543 - Srimonti Sarkar, Anita K. Hopper
S. cerevisiae genes involved in tRNA nuclear export: fluorescence in situ hybridization analysis.

544 - Rebecca Seipelt, Binhai Zheng, Brian Rymond
Yeast U1 snRNA biogenesis.

545 - Zhikang Yin, Alex Chacko, Lee Hatton, Fiona Galbraith, Alastair Brown
Degradation of yeast gluconeogenic mRNAs in response to low levels of glucose.

Poster Session: Translation

546 - Catherine Berset, Hans Trachsel, Michael Altmann
Yeast translation initiation factor eIF4G is rapidly degraded upon rapamycin treatment.

547 - Michael E. Bradley, Irina L. Derkatch, Viravan Prapapanich, Susan W. Liebman
Independence and interdependence of two prions, [PIN + ] and [PSI + ].

548 - Olga Calvo, Rafael Cuesta, Alan G. Hinnebusch, Mercedes Tamame
GCD15 and GCD13, novel translational repressors of GCN4, are identical to the first and second-largest subunits of RNA polymerase III in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

549 - Ekachai Chukeatirote, Caroline Cheesman, Steve Massey, Victoria Perreau, Manuel Santos, Mick Tuite
Comparative analysis of the decoding and charging properties of a novel Ser-tRNA CAG from Candida species.

550 - Maria C. Costanzo, Nathalie Bonnefoy, Elizabeth H. Williams, Thomas D. Fox
A positional approach to cloning mRNA-specific mitochondrial translational activators from budding yeasts other than Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

551 - Michael Justice, Ming-Jo Hsu, Theresa Ku, Karen Carniol, Dennis Schmatz, Jennifer Nielsen
Mutations in ribosomal protein L10e confer resistance to the fungal specific EF2 inhibitor sordarin.

552 - Deborah E. Lycan
Ankyrin repeat protein Yar1 interacts with ribosomal protein S3.

553 - Bogdan Polevoda, Hikaru Takakura, Fred Sherman
N-terminal acetylation of protein in yeast.

554 - Hongfang Qiu, Alan G. Hinnebusch
High-copy-number PUS4, encoding tRNA pseudouridine 55 synthase, derepresses translation of GCN4 mRNA independently of protein kinase Gcn2p and its phosphorylation site on translation initiation factor 2 (eIF2).

555 - Hongfang Qiu, Alan G. Hinnebusch
A segment in the histidyl-tRNA synthetase (HisRS)-related region of protein kinase Gcn2p interacts with itself and with the kinase domain: implications for activation of Gcn2p by uncharged tRNA.

556 - Helene Rohou, Isabelle Valnot, Monique Bolotin-Fukuhara
Mutations in the mitochondrial tRNA Leu gene of Saccharomyces cerevisiae which mimics human mutations leading to the MELAS disease.

557 - Michel Siep, Katinka van Oosterum, Hans van der Spek, Leslie Grivell
Functional analysis of Mss51p, a translational activator of COX1 mRNA in yeast mitochondria.

558 - Leos Valasek, Hans Trachsel, Jiri Hasek, Helmut Ruis
Rpg1p, the Saccharomyces cerevisiae homologue of the largest subunit of mammalian translation initiation factor 3, is required for translational activity.

559 - Kirill Volkov, Cornelia Kurishko, Erica Franzl, Albert Hinnen, Sergey Inge-Vechtomov, Ludmila Mironova
Nucleotide sequence of sup35 mutant allele generating the antisuppressor form of [PSI] factor.

560 - Ruchira Sood, De Anne S. Olsen, Krishna M. Vattem, Douglas R. Cavener, Ronald C. Wek
GCN2, an eIF-2 protein kinase containing sequences related to an aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase, is conserved from yeast to mammals.

561 - Ping Zhou, Irina L. Derkatch, Maria M. Patino, Susan Lindquist, Susan W. Liebman
The non-Mendelian factor [ ETA ], like [ PSI ], is a prion-like form of Sup35p.

562 - Olga Zemlyanko, Ludmila Mironova, Michel Philippe, Galina Zhouravleva
Expression of X.laevis and H.sapiens genes coding termination translation factor eRF3 (Sup35p) in yeast.

Poster Session: Metabolic Regulatory Mechanisms

563 - Nancy J. Alexander, Susan P. Mc Cormick, Thomas M. Hohn
Identification of the ORF YLL063c as AYT1, a gene encoding an acetyltransferase in yeast.

564 - Angélique Gainvors, Sabine Gognies, Fouzia Nedjaoum, Michel Aigle, Abdel Belarbi
DNA sequence analysis, physico-chimical properties and functional expression of the PGL1 gene encoding endopolygalacturonase of a Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain.

565 - Mariana Bermudez Moretti, Susana R. Correa Garcia, Alcira Batlle
UGA4 gene expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae depends on cell growth conditions.

566 - Amanda Bird, Hui Zhao, Ed Butler, David Eide
Zinc-responsive transcriptional regulation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae : The control of intracellular zinc homeostasis by Zap1p.

567 - Pilar Blanco, Carmen Sieiro, Tom Villa
Cloning and molecular characterization of a novel polygalacturonase-encoding gene from Saccharomyces cerevisiae IM1-8b.

568 - Helene Dumond, Monique Bolotin-Fukuhara
THE Saccharomyces cerevisiae transcription factor yap1p partially controls expression of genes involved in cell proliferation.

569 - Hoching L. Huang, Marjorie C. Brandriss
Phosphorylation controls the activity of the proline utilization pathway regulator, Put3p.

570 - Brett Burkholder, Chris Doering, Dean Danner
Characterization of disruptions in two putative mitochondrial kinases in S. cerevisiae.

571 - María-José Farfán, Isabel L. Calderón
Metabolic engineering for threonine overproduction in yeast.

572 - Francisco Castrejón, Beatriz Cubero, Tahía Benítez
Regulation of flor formation during the biological aging of Sherry wine.

573 - Brian D. Cohen, Odeniel Sertil, Charles V. Lowry
Anaerobic regulation of the dan mannoprotein genes.

574 - R. R. Cordero Otero, C. Larsson, B. Hahn-Hägerdal, W. H. van Zyl
Expression of heterologous proteins in Saccharomyces cerevisiae for xylose utilisation.

575 - Susana R. Correa Garcia, Mariana Bermudez Moretti, Alcira Batlle
Regulation of delta-aminolevulinic acid and gamma-aminobutyric acid transport in yeast.

576 - Jong-In Park, Chris M. Grant, Michael J. Davies, Ian W. Dawes
Resistance to freeze-thaw stress of Saccharomyces cerevisiae requires cytoplasmic Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase: free radicals are generated during freezing and thawing.

577 - Mihiri N. De Silva-Udawatta, John F. Cannon
Multiple roles of GLC6, the structural gene for trehalose phosphate synthase, in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

578 - Almudena Diaz, Jan C. Verdoes, Tomas G. Villa, Albert J. J. van Ooyen
Development of genetic tools to manipulate the astaxanthin biosynthetic pathway in Phaffia rhodozyma.

579 - J. Richard Dickinson, Margaret M. Lanterman, Dean J. Danner, Bruce M. Pearson, Pascual Sanz, Scott J. Harrison, Michael J. E. Hewlins
The catabolism of leucine and valine in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

580 - Kenneth A. G. Donald
Effects of overproduction of key enzymes of the mevalonate pathway on squalene synthesis and growth characteristics in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

581 - Mohamed El Alami, Andre Feller, Andre Pierard, Evelyne Dubois
The transcriptional regulatory protein Lys14 controlling the expression of S.cerevisiae LYS genes contains constitutive and inducible activation domains.

582 - Mohamed El Bakkoury, Evelyne Dubois, Francine Messenguy
Recruitment of the yeast MADS-box proteins, ArgRI and Mcm1 by the pleiotropic factor ArgRIII facilitates their nuclear localization.

583 - Pedro F. Esteban, Victoriano Baladron, Raúl García, Carlos Vazquez de Aldana, Francisco del Rey
ENG1 and ENG2, two differentially expressed genes, encode endo-1-3-ß-glucanases with different cellular localization in Saccharomyces cerevisiae..

584 - D. Gachotte, J. Gaylor, E. Nickel, R. Barbuch, C. Koegel, M. Bard
Disruption and characterization of ERG26 encoding the 3ß-sterol dehydrogenase (C4-methyl decarboxylase) in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

585 - Yury O. Chernoff, Alexey P. Galkin, Jaijit Kumar, Gary P. Newnam, Tatiana A. Chernova
Evolution and biological effects of [PSI] prion.

586 - Juana M. Gancedo, Christopher Lindley, Oscar Zaragoza
Catabolite repression and cAMP in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

587 - Vyacheslav Gradoboev, Elena Sambuk, Marina Padkina
GCN4 protein binds to the PHO5 promoter and substitutes PHO2 protein.

588 - Olav Grundmann, Georg Schnappauf, Gerhard H. Braus
Separation of inhibition and activation of the allosteric yeast chorismate mutase.

589 - Laurent Dejean, Bertrand Beauvoit, Charles-Henri Dupont, Michel Rigoulet, Bernard Guérin
Application of microcalorimetry to study Saccharomyces cerevisiae bioenergetic metabolism.

590 - Juergen Heinisch
Allosteric regulation of phosphofructokinase is not essential in yeast.

591 - Antje Rahner, Margit Hiesinger, Hans-Joachim Schueller
Deregulation of gluconeogenic structural genes by variants of the CAT8 encoded transcription factor in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

592 - Dongqing Huang, Jason Moffat, Wayne Wilson, Lynda Moor, Christine Cheng, Peter Roach, Brenda Andrews
Cyclin partners determine Pho85 protein kinase substrate specificity in vivo and in vitro: control of glycogen biosynthesis by Pcl8 and Pcl10.

593 - Johann Joets, Frédérique Ness, Thierry Berges, Francis Karst
Alteration of ergosterol biosynthesis regulation and resistance of yeast to antifungal agent fenpropimorph.

594 - Albina Kerbalaeva, Toshkhon Gulyamova, Feruza Gulyamova
Regulation of NAD-biosynthesis in present some pyridine derivatives by S.cerevisiae and its mutants.

595 - Simon A. B. Knight, Naresh Babu V. Sepuri, Debkumar Pain, Andrew Dancis
Yeast mutants that accumulate iron within mitochondria.

596 - Thomas Polakowski, Christine Lang
Inducing sterol esterification by engineering the sterol pathay in yeast.

597 - Franck Gamonet, Valérie Prouzet, Hélian Boucherie, Guy J. -M. Lauquin
Functional interaction between LYS7 and SOD1 in S. cerevisiae.

598 - Hella Lichtenberg, José Ramos, John Reid, Jost Ludwig
Potassium homeostasis in yeast.

599 - Äsa Månsson, Katarina Granath, Stefan Hohmann, Lennart Adler
Search for mutants of Saccharomyces cerevisiae having a defective control of the redox-regulated GPD2 gene.

600 - Beata Przybyla-Zawislak, Kurt Ducharme, Mark T. Mc Cammon
Genetic and biochemical analysis of tricarboxylic acid cycle interactions using a complete set of TCA cycle mutants.

601 - Richard A. Dennis, Mark T. Mc Cammon
Mutants of glucose metabolism with defects in the coordinate regulation of carbon assimilation.

602 - Igor Medintz, Xin Wang, Thomas Hradek, Corinne A Michels
Mutation analysis of the cytoplasmic C-terminal and N-terminal domains of maltose permease.

603 - Joakim Norbeck, Anders Blomberg
Functional analysis of the osmotically induced gene YML070w ( DAK1 ), and the isogene YFL053w ( DAK2 ), which encode two probable dihydroxyacetone kinases in S. cerevisiae

604 - Maria Marjorette Peña, Dennis Thiele
Characterization of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae high affinity copper transporter Ctr3p.

605 - Renee S. Polizotto, Angelike M. Stathopoulos, Jun Guo, Martha S. Cyert
Calcineurin-dependent regulation of Crz1p phosphorylation and nuclear localization.

606 - Matthew E. Portnoy, Su-Ju Lin, Valeria C. Culotta
The copper chaperone Atx1p participates in the intracellular trafficking of copper.

607 - Leonie Raamsdonk, Jan Berden, Karel van Dam
Control of the F 1 . F 0 ATPsynthase and phosphate potential on cell metabolism and growth in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

608 - Manuel Ramírez, Francisco Pérez, Jose A. Regodón
Isolation of cycloheximide resistant mutants from diploid homothallic strains of S. cerevisiae for wine-making.

609 - Paul J. Flynn, Richard J. Reece
Activation of Transcription by Metabolic Intermediates of the Pyrimidine Biosynthetic Pathway.

610 - Hanspeter Rottensteiner, Martin Piskacek, Ursula Baumgartner, Helmut Ruis, Barbara Hamilton
The Pip2p-Oaf1p heterodimer mediates oleic acid-induced peroxisome proliferation in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

611 - Monica Ruiz-Noriega, Qian Ouyang, Susan Henry
Involvement of the REG1 gene in regulation of phospholipid biosynthesis.

612 - Eckhart Schweizer, Hans-Peter Stuible, Sandra Meier, Fabienne Fichtelscherer
A novel phosphopantetheine : protein transferase activating yeast mitochondrial acyl carrier protein.

613 - Stephanie S. Scott, Terrance G. Cooper
Dal82p domains and their interaction with Dal81p to regulate induction of allophanate-inducible gene expression.

614 - Toshkhon Gulyamova, Madina Shakirzyanova, Dilorom Ruzieva, Saodat Nasmetova
ADF-ribosylation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae nuclei at induction of NAD-biosynthesis.

615 - Peter W. Sherwood, Marian Carlson
Increased dosage of the HXT1 glucose transporter gene suppresses gsf2 snf1 synthetic lethality.

616 - Jeff Stiefel, Charles Hoffman
Novel alleles of cgs1 reduce fbp1 transcription, but have little effect on stationary phase viability and fertility in S. pombe.

617 - Catherine Sutherland, Miguel de Barros Lopes, Paul Henschke, Peter Langridge
Reducing hydrogen sulfide production by wine yeast during wine fermentation.

618 - Robert Swanson, Larissa Rakhilina, Mark Hochstrasser
Substrate recognition in the ubiquitin dependent proteolysis of the alpha2 repressor.

619 - Kimberly L. Taylor, Reed B. Wickner
Prion protein Ure2p of yeast: overexpression, purification and characterization.

620 - Ilya Tolstorukov, Sarintip Anamnart, Shan-Fa Lu, Yoshinobu Kaneko, Satoshi Harashima
Essential role of the FAD1 gene encoding delta-9 fatty acid desaturase in fatty acid metabolism in the yeast Hansenula polymorpha.

621 - Claudine David, Corinne Gonzalez, Igor Zeman, Véronique Trézéguet, Jordan Kolarov, Guy Lauquin
Genomic organization and expression of the mitochondrial adenine nucleotide carrier in aerobic yeasts.

622 - Hadi Valadi, Christer Larsson, Lena Gustafsson
Improved Ethanol Production by Glycerol 3 Phosphate Dehydrogenase Mutants of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

623 - Theo Verrips, Cees Sagt, Chris Visser
Fluxes of heterologous proteins through the secretion system of Saccharomyces cerevisae .

624 - Marinda Viljoen, Heinrich Volschenk, Richard A Young, Hendrik JJ Van Vuuren
Transcriptional regulation of the Schizosaccharomyces pombe malic enzyme gene.

625 - Tara Williams, Kelly Tatchell
A novel role for protein phosphatase type 1 in ion regulation.

626 - Xiaolin Wu, Kelly Tatchell
Gac1p regulates Glc7 phosphatase activity by two mechanisms.

627 - Ruojing Yang, Kristin T. Chun, Ronald C. Wek
Mitochondrial respiratory mutants in yeast inhibit glycogen accumulation by blocking activation of glycogen synthase.

628 - Hiroyuki Yoshimoto, Tomoyuki Fukushige, Toshihiko Yonezawa, Hidetaka Sone
Mechanism of isoamyl alcohol and isoamyl acetate production in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.