Chromosome V loss due to centromere knockout or MAD2-deletion is immediately followed by restitution of homozygous diploidy in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.


To investigate the possibility of inducing specific chromosome loss by centromere deletion in eukaryotic cells, the yeast diploid strain ZG1, carrying three pairs of heterozygous marker genes (CAN1(S)/can1(R), URA3/Deltaura3, hphMX4/HIS1), widely spread on both arms of chromosome V, was constructed. One of the two centromeres V of ZG1 was replaced by the… (More)


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