Author(s): Ronald J, Tang H, Brem RB, Ronald J, Tang H, Brem RB
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Abstract As wild organisms adapt to the laboratory environment, they become less relevant as biological models. It has been suggested that a commonly used S. cerevisiae strain has rapidly accumulated mutations in the lab. We report a low-to-intermediate rate of protein evolution in this strain relative to wild isolates.
This article was published in Genetics
and referenced in Journal of Microbial & Biochemical Technology