Yeast gene required for spindle pole body duplication: homology of its product with Ca2+-binding proteins.

@article{Baum1986YeastGR,
  title={Yeast gene required for spindle pole body duplication: homology of its product with Ca2+-binding proteins.},
  author={Paul Baum and Cynthia Furlong and Breck Byers},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={1986},
  volume={83 15},
  pages={5512-6}
}
Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains bearing temperature-sensitive alleles of the cell division cycle gene CDC31 are specifically defective in duplication of the spindle pole body, the microtubule-organizing center of yeast. To define the function encoded by CDC31 more fully, we have isolated genomic clones of the gene by selection for complementation of a temperature-sensitive allele. The locus from which the clone was derived was marked by integration of a nutritional marker and found by meiotic… CONTINUE READING
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