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Publications:  Dr Brendan Curran

Moraitis C, Curran BPG (2010) . Differential effects of hydrogen peroxide and ascorbic acid on the aerobic thermosensitivity of yeast cells grown under aerobic and anoxic conditions.YEAST vol. 27, (2) 103-114.
Moraitis C, Curran BPG (2007) . Can the different heat shock response thresholds found in fermenting and respiring yeast cells be attributed to their differential redox states?.YEAST vol. 24, (8) 653-666.
CURRAN BPG, Bugeja V (2005) . Basic Investigations in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.Yeast protocols, Editors: Xiao, W, Edition. 2nd ed., Humana Press (New Jersey),
CURRAN BPG, Bugeja V (2005) . Fungal Genetics: A post genomic perspective.Fungi : biology and applications, Editors: Kavanagh, K, Wiley (Chichester),
CURRAN BPG, Bugeja V (2005) . The Biotechnological Exploitation of Heterologous Proetin Production in Fungi.Fungi : biology and applications, Editors: Kavanagh, K, Wiley (Chichester),
Moraitis C, Curran BPG (2004) . Reactive oxygen species may influence the heat shock response and stress tolerance in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.YEAST vol. 21, (4) 313-323.
CURRAN BPG (2003) . A terrible beauty is born : clones, genes and the future of mankind.Taylor and Francis (London and New York),
Moses V, CURRAN BPG, Doblhoff-Dier O et al. (2002) . Biotechnology : Educating the European Public.European Commission report no. HPRP-1999-00007,
Stopps KCA, Curran BPG, Khalawan SA et al. (2001) . Production of Drosophila melanogaster acetylcholinesterase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.BIOTECHNOL LETT vol. 23, (6) 417-422.
Chatterjee MT, Khalawan SA, Curran BPG (2001) . Subtle alterations in growth medium composition can dramatically alter the percentage of unsaturated fatty acids in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.YEAST vol. 18, (1) 81-88.
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