Drug Discovery Using Yeast as a Model System : A Functional Genomic and Proteomic View

@inproceedings{Auerbach2005DrugDU,
  title={Drug Discovery Using Yeast as a Model System : A Functional Genomic and Proteomic View},
  author={Daniel Auerbach and Anthony Arnoldo and Boris Bogdan and Michael J Fetchko and Igor Stagljar},
  year={2005}
}
Drug discovery is a complex process that includes the identification of biological targets as well as the identification of leads that aim at altering or inhibiting the function of a particular target. The budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae has long been recognized as a valuable model organism for studies of eukaryotic cells since many of the basic cellular processes between yeast and humans are highly conserved. In this review, we highlight emerging yeast-based functional genomic and… CONTINUE READING

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