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RECENT ABSTRACTS

Cavedon, W., Pinches, R.S., O’Brien, J., Brown, M., McCarthy, M., Gonzalez, A, Selinski, C., Swan, B., Austriaco, N. 2015. “Characterization of Yeast Bax Inhibitor, BXI1, Function in Cell Death, the Unfolded Protein Response, and Calcium Signaling in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.” 11th International Meeting on Yeast Apoptosis, University of Porton, Porto, Portugal, September 29-October 3, 2015.


O’Brien, J, Cavedon, W., Berry, B. Michael, Austriaco, N. 2014. Molecular Characterization of Yeast Bax Inhibitor, Bxi1p, Function in the Unfolded Protein Response and Calcium Signaling in S. cerevisiae. 10th International Meeting on Yeast Apoptosis, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, May 14-18, 2014.


Rogers, S., Roblee, E., Hurton, M., Austriaco, N. 2014. Genome Reduction in Tetraploid Candida albicans Involves Programmed Cell Death. 10th International Meeting on Yeast Apoptosis, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, May 14-18, 2014.


Donaghey, F., Chin, C., Helming, K., Austriaco, N. 2013.  “Caspofungin Induces AIF1-dependent programmed cell death in Saccharomyces cerevisiae,” 67th Eastern Colleges Science Conference, Providence College, Providence, RI, April 20, 2013.


Noonan, L., Austriaco, N. 2013. “Genetic Characterization of Mammalian Homologs of Yeast Bax Inhibitor,” 67th Eastern Colleges Science Conference, Providence College, Providence, RI, April 20, 2013.


Roblee, E., Hurton, M., Bennett, R., Austriaco, N. 2013. “Genome Reduction in Yeast Involves Programmed Cell Death,” 67th Eastern Colleges Science Conference, Providence College, Providence, RI, April 20, 2013.


Swan, B., Selinski, C., Austriaco, N. 2013.  “Genetic Interactions Between BXI1 and IRE1 in the Regulation of the Unfolded Protein Response and Cell Death in Yeast,” 67th Eastern Colleges Science Conference, Providence College, Providence, RI, April 20, 2013.


Tucker, D., Murphy, M., Wilcox, A., Laprade, D., Chin, C., Austriaco, N. 2013. “Sulforaphane Triggers Cell Death by Altering Vacuolar pH,” 67th Eastern Colleges Science Conference, Providence College, Providence, RI, April 20, 2013.


Filamentous Candida albicans cultured in amphotericin B produce reactive oxygen species (ROS) as visualized by dihydrorhodamine 123 staining.  ROS are indicative of programmed cell death in this yeast.     [Image taken by David Laprade ’11]