aquilla at salus.med.uvm.edu (Tracy Aquilla) wrote:
>I'm a molecular biologist with a personal interest in yeast: I'm also a
>homebrewer. I'd like to learn the gory details about S. cerevisiae and I'm
>looking for a good comprehensive technical reference or a textbook. I'm
>especially interested in the details of metabolism, general biochemistry,
>and genetics. Any suggestions? Is there a "bible" of yeast biology? Thanks.
For molecular biology and general technical -type stuff, the best
reference I've found is the Methods in Enzymology issue (vol192, I
think). It has also been released as a special paperback edition.
For the homebrew info, check out the mycology pages in the WWW Virtual
Library. I don't have the link handy, but you can get to it via the
Saccharomyces Genome Database (somewhere in www.stanford.com)
Michael Hamilton Dept of Biol Sci
oughta-be PhD U of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E9
Ph 403-492-1103 Canada