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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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