Jaeger PA~Ideker T, 2018

Pubmed ID 29351850
Title Systematic Gene-to-Phenotype Arrays: A High-Throughput Technique for Molecular Phenotyping.
Authors Philipp A Jaeger, Lilia Ornelas, Cameron McElfresh, Lily R Wong, Randolph Y Hampton, Trey Ideker
Abstract 34 tRNA modification, which acts independently of proteasomal degradation to limit misfolded protein production. Integration of SGPA with other fluorescent readouts will enable genetic dissection of a wide range of biological pathways and conditions.
Citation Mol. Cell 2018; 69:321-333.e3

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Paper Phenotype Condition Medium Collection Tested mutants Data Details
Jaeger PA~Ideker T, 2018 growth (colony size) standard SC hom 5,758 Quantitative
Jaeger PA~Ideker T, 2018 growth (colony size) standard SC, Gal [2%] hom 5,748 Quantitative
Jaeger PA~Ideker T, 2018 degradation of misfolded proteins (ΔssCPY*-GFP) standard hom 5,433 Quantitative
Jaeger PA~Ideker T, 2018 expression level of a gene (pGAL1-GFP) standard SC - Ura hom 5,774 Quantitative
Jaeger PA~Ideker T, 2018 expression level of a gene (pGAL1-GFP) standard SC - Ura, Gal [2%] hom 5,774 Quantitative
Jaeger PA~Ideker T, 2018 expression level of a gene (prTEF1-GFP) galactose [2%] hom 5,774 Quantitative
Jaeger PA~Ideker T, 2018 expression level of a gene (prTEF1-GFP) glucose [2%] hom 5,762 Quantitative

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