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Ildiko Unk The Institute of Genetics, Biological Research Center of The Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
2 protocols
Coreviewers
Claudia Catalanotti 10x Genomics
14 protocols

Fanglian He University of Pennsylvania
205 protocols

Zhaohui Liu North Dakota State University
49 protocols

Andreea Daraba
  • Post-Doc, Biological Research Center of The Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Research focus
  • Molecular biology
  • 2 Author merit

Education

PhD, University of Szeged

2 Protocols published
Synchronization of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Cells in G1 Phase of the Cell Cycle
Authors:  Ildiko Unk and Andreea Daraba, date: 10/20/2014, view: 5751, Q&A: 0
The baker’s yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a widely used model organism in molecular biology because of the high homology it shares with human cells in many basic cellular processes such as DNA replication, repair, recombination, ...
Measuring UV-induced Mutagenesis at the CAN1 Locus in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Authors:  Ildiko Unk and Andreea Daraba, date: 10/20/2014, view: 3740, Q&A: 1
There are several methods to measure the capacity of yeast cell to respond to environmental impacts on their genome by mutating it. One frequently used method involves the detection of forward mutations in the CAN1 gene. The CAN1 ...
2 Protocols reviewed
Quantification of Chitinase Activity in Fusarium oxysporum
Authors:  Carmen Ruiz-Roldan and M. Isabel G. Roncero, date: 08/05/2016, view: 2543, Q&A: 0
Fungal morphogenetic development requires modification and plasticity of the cell wall, which implies synthesis and remodelling of its components, including chitin and glucan. Thus chitinase and glucanase activities are crucial for cell-wall ...
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Complex in vivo Ligation Using Homologous Recombination and High-efficiency Plasmid Rescue from Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Authors:  Gregory C. Finnigan and Jeremy Thorner, date: 07/05/2015, view: 3087, Q&A: 0
The protocols presented here allow for the facile generation of a wide variety of complex multipart DNA constructs (tagged gene products, gene fusions, chimeric proteins, and other variants) using homologous recombination and in vivo ...
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