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Y04C-02-5PK CellASIC ONIX plate for haploid yeast cells (4 chamber, 3.5-5 micron)

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      Description
      Catalogue NumberY04C-02-5PK
      Trade Name
      • CellASIC ONIX
      DescriptionCellASIC ONIX plate for haploid yeast cells (4 chamber, 3.5-5 micron)
      References
      Product Information
      HS Code3926 90 40
      Device Configuration4 chamber
      Applications
      ApplicationThe Y04 plates for Haploid Yeast Cells utilize a microfabricated silicone ceiling with a height similar to yeast cells to restrict their growth in a single focal plane & maintaining x,y position over time.
      Biological Information
      Physicochemical Information
      Dimensions
      Dimensions85.48 mm Wide x 127.76 mm Long x 14.35 mm Height
      Cell Size Range3.5–5.0 µm
      Materials Information
      Device Material
      • PDMS
      • PMMA
      • Glass
      • Polycarbonate
      Toxicological Information
      Safety Information according to GHS
      Safety Information
      Product Usage Statements
      Storage and Shipping Information
      Packaging Information
      Material Size5
      Transport Information
      Supplemental Information
      Specifications
      Global Trade Item Number
      Catalogue Number GTIN
      Y04C-02-5PK 04053252823633

      Documentation

      CellASIC ONIX plate for haploid yeast cells (4 chamber, 3.5-5 micron) SDS

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      Safety Data Sheet (SDS) 

      References

      Reference overviewPub Med ID
      A Mammalian-like DNA damage response of fission yeast to nucleoside analogs.
      Sabatinos SA, Mastro TL, Green MD, Forsburg SL
      Genetics, 193 (1), 143-157 (Jan 2013)  2013

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      23150603 23150603
      Continued DNA synthesis in replication checkpoint mutants leads to fork collapse.
      Sabatinos SA, Green MD, Forsburg SL
      Molecular and Cellular Biology, 32 (24), 4986-4997 (Dec 2012)  2012

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      23045396 23045396
      Bacterial Virulence Proteins as tools to rewire kinase pathways in Yeast and immune cells.
      Wei P, Wong WW, Park JS, Corcoran EE, Peisajovich SG, Onuffer JJ, Weiss A, Lim WA
      Nature 488, 384-388 (16 August 2012)  2012

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      22820255 22820255
      Commitment to a cellular transition precedes genome-wide trasncriptional change.
      Doncic A, Falleur-Fettig M, Skotheim J
      Molecular Cell Vol. 43, Issue 4, 515-527 (Aug 2011)  2011

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      21855792 21855792
      Distinct interactions select and maintain a specific cell fate.
      Doncic A, Falleur-Fettig M, Skotheim J
      Molecular Cell Vol. 43, Issue 4, 528-539 (Aug 2011)  2011

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      21855793 21855793
      Optical sensors for measuring dynamic changes of cytosolic metabolite levels in yeast.
      Clara Bermejo, Farzad Haerizadeh, Hitomi Takanaga, Diane Chermak, Wolf Frommer
      Nature Protocols 6, 1806-1817 (2011)  2011

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      22036883 22036883
      Dynamic analysis of cytosolic glucose and ATP levels in yeast using optical sensors.
      Bermejo C, Haerizadeh F, Takanaga H, Chermak D, Frommer WB
      Biochem J 432(2), 399-406 (Dec 2010)  2010

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      20854260 20854260
      Spinning-disk confocal microscopy of yeast.
      Kurt Thorn
      Methods in Enzymology, Volume 470, 581-602 (2010)  2010

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      20946826 20946826
      Atg8 regulates vacuolar membrane dynamics in a lipidation-independent manner in Pichia pastoris.
      Naoki Tamura, Masahide Oku, Yasuyoshi Sakai
      Journal of Cell Science 123, 4107-4116 (Dec 2010)  2010

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      21045113 21045113
      Cytosolic pH is a second messenger for glucose and regulates the PKA pathway through V-ATPase.
      Reinhard Dechant, Matteo Binda, Sung Sik Lee, Serge Pelet, Joris Winderickx and Matthias Peter
      The EMBO Journal 29, 2515-2526 (2010)  2010

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      20581803 20581803

      Certificates of Quality

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      Certificate of Quality Y04C-02-5PK-10194608