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Assay for Adhesion and Agar Invasion in S. cerevisiae

DOI :

10.3791/64-v

November 8th, 2006

November 8th, 2006

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1Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University

We describe a qualitative assay for yeast adhesion and agar invasion as a measure of invasive and pseudohyphal differentiation. This simple assay can be used to assess the invasive phenotype of various mutants as well as the effects environmental cues and signaling pathways on yeast differentiation.

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