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Professor David Lydall
Cis and trans interactions between genes encoding PAF1 complex and ESCRT machinery components in yeastCurrent Genetics2018
Dr Eva-Maria Holstein
Dr Conor Lawless
Professor David Lydall
Genome-wide Quantitative Fitness Analysis (QFA) of yeast cultures2018
Professor David Lydall
Paf1 and Ctr9, core components of the PAF1 complex, maintain low levels of telomeric repeat containing RNA2018
Adam Ciesiolka
Dr Conor Lawless
Professor David Lydall
A Functional Link Between Bir1 and the Saccharomyces cerevisiae Ctf19 Kinetochore Complex Revealed Through Quantitative Fitness Analysis2017
Jonathan Heydari
Dr Conor Lawless
Professor David Lydall
Professor Darren Wilkinson
Bayesian hierarchical modelling for inferring genetic interactions in yeast2016
Marta Markiewicz-Potoczny
Professor David Lydall
Costs, benefits and redundant mechanisms of adaption to chronic low-dose stress in yeast2016
Melanie Ikeh
Dr Alison Day
Dr Emma Tarrant
Dr Kevin Waldron
Dr Andrew Banks
et al.
Pho4 mediates phosphate acquisition in Candida albicans and is vital for stress resistance and metal homeostasis2016
Yuan Xue
Dr Iglika Ivanova
Professor David Lydall
Dr Laura Maringele
Rif1 and Exo1 regulate the genomic instability following telomere losses2016
Dr Marion Dubarry
Dr Conor Lawless
Dr Andrew Banks
Dr Simon Cockell
Professor David Lydall
et al.
Genetic Networks Required to Coordinate Chromosome Replication by DNA Polymerases α, δ, and ε in Saccharomyces cerevisiae2015
Dr Siddharth Narayanan
Dr Marion Dubarry
Dr Conor Lawless
Dr Andrew Banks
Professor Darren Wilkinson
et al.
Quantitative Fitness Analysis Identifies exo1∆ and Other Suppressors or Enhancers of Telomere Defects in Schizosaccharomyces pombe2015
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