Laura L. Mays Hoopes

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Yeast replicative aging is a process resembling replicative aging in mammalian cells. During aging, wild-type haploid yeast cells enlarge, become sterile, and undergo nucleolar enlargement and fragmentation; we sought gene expression changes during the time of these phenotypic changes. Gene expression studied via microarrays and quantitative real-time(More)
LH: Maritza, what kinds of educational activities happen at your museum? MM: In addition to the scientific and exhibition departments that provide the research and interpretation of science and culture for the public in general, we have three distinct centers in the education department. The Centre for Lifelong Learning offers all public programs designed(More)
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