DNA plasmid transmission in yeast is associated with specific sub-nuclear localisation during cell division.


Circular plasmids in yeast carrying only an origin of DNA replication (ARS) exhibit maternal inheritance bias (MIB) and are poorly transmitted from mother to daughter cell during division. A variety of different sequences that overcome MIB have been described, including centromeric sequences (CEN), telomere-associated repeats, silencer sequences and a… (More)

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