TRAFO & 2HS References

 

High Efficiency Lithium Acetate/SS-DNA/PEG Transformation

and Two Hybrid system References



  1. Gietz, R.D. and R.A. Woods. (2002) TRANSFORMATION OF YEAST BY THE Liac/SS CARRIER DNA/PEG METHOD. Methods in Enzymology 350: 87-96.
  2. Gietz RD, and Woods RA. (2002) Screening for protein-protein interactions in the yeast two-hybrid system. Methods Mol Biol: 185:471-86.
  3. Gietz, R.D. and R.A. Woods. (2001) Screening for Protein-Protein interaction in the Yeast two hybrid system. In: Embryonic Stem Cells: Methods and Protocols. Ed K. Turksen. Humana Press, Totowa NJ. pp 471-486.
  4. Gietz, R.D. and R.A. Woods. (2001) Genetic transformation of Yeast: BioTechniques 30:816-831.
  5. Woods, R.A. and R.D. Gietz, (2001) High Efficiency Transformation. In: Methods in Molecular Biology: Volume 177 Two hybrid systems: Methods and Protocols. Ed P. Macdonald. Humana Press, NJ. pp 85-98.
  6. Woods, R.A. and R.D. Gietz, (2000) Yeast Transformation. In: Introducing DNA into Living Cells and Organisms. Eds; L. Steel and Norton, Eaton publishing, Natick, MA, Chapter 3 pp 25-43.
  7. Parchaliuk, D.L., R.D. Kirkpatrick, R. Agatep, S.L. Simon and R.D. Gietz (1999) Yeast two-hybrid system screening: Part A-screen preparation. Technical Tips Online 1:66:P01616 (http://tto.trends.com).
  8. Parchaliuk, D.L., R.D. Kirkpatrick, R. Agatep, S.L. Simon and R.D. Gietz (1999) Yeast two-hybrid system screening: Part B-screening procedures. Technical Tips Online 1:68:P01713 (http://tto.trends.com).
  9. Parchaliuk, D.L., R.D. Kirkpatrick, R. Agatep, S.L. Simon and R.D. Gietz (1999) Yeast two-hybrid system: Part C-characterizing positives Technical Tips Online 1:69:P01714 (http://tto.trends.com).
  10. Agatep, R., R.D. Kirkpatrick, D.L. Parchaliuk, R.A. Woods, and R.D. Gietz (1998) Transformation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae by the lithium acetate/single-stranded carrier DNA/polyethylene glycol (LiAc/ss-DNA/PEG) protocol. Technical Tips Online 1:51:P01525 (http://tto.trends.com).
  11. Gietz, R.D., R.A. Woods, P. Manivasakam, and R.H. Schiestl (1998) Growth and Transformation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. In: Cells: A Laboratory Manual, Volume I. Culture and Biochemical Analysis of Cells. Eds. D. Spector, R. Goldman and L. Leinwand. Cold Spring Harbour Press, Cold Spring Harbour, New York.
  12. Gietz, R.D. and R.A Woods (1998) Transformation of yeast by the lithium acetate/single-stranded carrier DNA/PEG method. In: Methods in Microbiology 26. Eds. A.J.P Brown and M.F. Tuite. Academic Press, New York.
  13. Gietz, R.D., B. Triggs-Raine, A. Robbins, K.C. Graham, and R.A. Woods (1997) Identification of proteins that interact with a protein of interest: Applications of the yeast two-hybrid system. Mol Cell Biochem 172:67-79.
  14. Gietz, R.D. and R.H. Schiestl (1995) Transforming Yeast with DNA. (Invited chapter) Methods in Molecular and Cellular Biology. Vol 5, #5; 255-269.
  15. Gietz, R.D., R.H. Schiestl, A, Willems, and R.A. Woods. (1995) Studies on the mechanism of high efficiency transformation of intact yeast cells. Yeast 11:355-360.
  16. Gietz, R.D. and R.A. Woods, (1994) High Efficiency transformation in Yeast. (Invited Book Chapter) In; Molecular Genetics of Yeast: Practical Approaches, ed. J.A. Johnston, Oxford University Press pp. 121-134.
  17. Schiestl, R.H., P. Manivasakam, R.A. Woods, and R.D. Gietz,.(1993) Introducing DNA into yeast by transformation. In; Methods; a companion to Methods in Enzymology ,eds. M. Johnston and Stan Fields. Academic Press, Inc. 5:79-85.
  18. Gietz, D., St. Jean, A., Woods, R.A. and R.H. Schiestl, (1992) Improved method for high efficiency transformation of intact yeast cells. Nucl. Acids Res. 20: 1425.
  19. Gietz, R.D. and R.H. Schiestl, (1991) Applications of high efficiency transformation of intact yeast cells using single stranded nucleic acids as carrier. Yeast 7: 253-263.
  20. Schiestl R.H. and R.D. Gietz, (1989) High efficiency transformation of intact yeast cells using single stranded nucleic acid as carrier. Curr. Genetics 16: 339-346.



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