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Submitter: Guest

Assay type: Experimental Assay Type

Technology type: Technology Type

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Assay to measure gene expression of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (yeast) under different nutrient limitations

Limiting Nutrients:
ethanol, nitrogen, glucose, phosphorus, carbon, sulfur, sulphur

This data is public data taken from the BioInvestigation Index.

(http://www.ebi.ac.uk/bioinvindex/study.seam?studyId=BII-S-1)

Submitter: Katy Wolstencroft

Assay type: Transcriptional Profiling

Technology type: Microarray

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Assay to measure metabolites of yeast saccharomyces cerevisiae under different nutrient limitations

Limiting Nutrients:
ethanol, nitrogen, glucose, phosphorus, carbon, sulfur, sulphur

This data is public data taken from the BioInvestigation Index. (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/bioinvindex/study.seam?studyId=BII-S-1)

Submitter: Katy Wolstencroft

Assay type: Metabolite Profiling

Technology type: Mass Spectrometry

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Assay to measure protein expression in yeast saccharomyces cerevisiae under different nutrient limitations

Limiting Nutrients:
ethanol, nitrogen, glucose, phosphorus, carbon, sulfur, sulphur

This data is public data taken from the BioInvestigation Index. (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/bioinvindex/study.seam?studyId=BII-S-1)

Submitter: Katy Wolstencroft

Assay type: Protein Expression Profiling

Technology type: Mass Spectrometry

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Assay for transcriptional profiling time course in yeast treated with rapamycin

This is public data from the BioInvestigation Index (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/bioinvindex/study.seam?studyId=BII-S-2)

Glycolysis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Submitter: Guest

Biological problem addressed: Metabolism

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Assay for transcriptional profiling time course in yeast

Submitter: Guest

Assay type: Transcriptomics

Technology type: Microarray

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