John R Pringle
John R Pringle
Professor of Genetics, Stanford University
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Additional modules for versatile and economical PCR‐based gene deletion and modification in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
MS Longtine, A Mckenzie III, DJ Demarini, NG Shah, A Wach, A Brachat, ...
Yeast 14 (10), 953-961, 1998
Heterologous modules for efficient and versatile PCR‐based gene targeting in Schizosaccharomyces pombe
J Bähler, JQ Wu, MS Longtine, NG Shah, A Mckenzie III, AB Steever, ...
Yeast 14 (10), 943-951, 1998
[1] Measurement of molecular weights by electrophoresis on SDS-acrylamide gel
K Weber, JR Pringle, M Osborn
Methods in enzymology 26, 3-27, 1972
Genetic Control of the Cell Division Cycle in Yeast: A model to account for the order of cell cycle events is deduced from the phenotypes of yeast mutants.
LH Hartwell, J Culotti, JR Pringle, BJ Reid
Science 183 (4120), 46-51, 1974
Relationship of actin and tubulin distribution to bud growth in wild-type and morphogenetic-mutant Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
AE Adams, JR Pringle
The Journal of cell biology 98 (3), 934-945, 1984
Coordination of growth with cell division in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
GC Johnston, JR Pringle, LH Hartwell
Experimental cell research 105 (1), 79-98, 1977
The Saccharomyces cerevisiae cell cycle.
JR Pringle
The molecular biology of the yeast Saccharomyces., 97-142, 1981
Reserve carbohydrate metabolism in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: responses to nutrient limitation
SH Lillie, JR Pringle
Journal of bacteriology 143 (3), 1384-1394, 1980
Bni1p, a yeast formin linking cdc42p and the actin cytoskeleton during polarized morphogenesis
M Evangelista, K Blundell, MS Longtine, CJ Chow, N Adames, JR Pringle, ...
Science 276 (5309), 118-122, 1997
[40] Immunofluorescence methods for yeast
JR Pringle, AEM Adams, DG Drubin, BK Haarer
Methods in enzymology 194, 565-602, 1991
CDC42 and CDC43, two additional genes involved in budding and the establishment of cell polarity in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
AE Adams, DI Johnson, RM Longnecker, BF Sloat, JR Pringle
The Journal of cell biology 111 (1), 131-142, 1990
Molecular characterization of CDC42, a Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene involved in the development of cell polarity.
DI Johnson, JR Pringle
The Journal of cell biology 111 (1), 143-152, 1990
Fluorescence microscopy methods for yeast
JR Pringle, RA Preston, AEM Adams, T Stearns, DG Drubin, BK Haarer, ...
Methods in cell biology 31, 357-435, 1989
Use of a screen for synthetic lethal and multicopy suppressee mutants to identify two new genes involved in morphogenesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
A Bender, JR Pringle
Molecular and cellular biology, 1991
The septins: roles in cytokinesis and other processes
MS Longtine, DJ DeMarini, ML Valencik, OS Al-Awar, H Fares, ...
Current opinion in cell biology 8 (1), 106-119, 1996
Multicopy suppression of the cdc24 budding defect in yeast by CDC42 and three newly identified genes including the ras-related gene RSR1.
A Bender, JR Pringle
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86 (24), 9976-9980, 1989
Functions of microtubules in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae cell cycle.
CW Jacobs, AE Adams, PJ Szaniszlo, JR Pringle
The Journal of cell biology 107 (4), 1409-1426, 1988
Involvement of an Actomyosin Contractile Ring in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Cytokinesis
E Bi, P Maddox, DJ Lew, ED Salmon, JN McMillan, E Yeh, JR Pringle
The Journal of cell biology 142 (5), 1301-1312, 1998
Ste20-like protein kinases are required for normal localization of cell growth and for cytokinesis in budding yeast.
F Cvrckova, C De Virgilio, E Manser, JR Pringle, K Nasmyth
Genes & development 9 (15), 1817-1830, 1995
The septin cortex at the yeast mother–bud neck
AS Gladfelter, JR Pringle, DJ Lew
Current opinion in microbiology 4 (6), 681-689, 2001
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