[bionet.molbio.yeast] POSTDOCTORAL IN YEAST MOL. BIOL.

BRUSCHI@BIONET-20.BIO.NET (Carlo V. Bruschi) (02/11/89)


                            POSTDOCTORAL   POSITION



     Available immediately, to study the cell-cycle regulation of a cloned 

cell-division-cycle CDC6 gene required for correct DNA synthesis and chromosome 

segregation in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.   The research project 

includes the analysis of promoter and UAS DNA sequences as well as the genera

tion of monoclonal antibodies for inYivo detection of the CDC6 gene product by 



     Ph.D. in one of the following:  Molecular Biology, Genetics, Microbiology 

or Biochemistry with laboratory experience in molecular biology and genetic 

engineering technology.  Salary and benefits nationally competitive.  Send 

application, with curriculum vitae and names and addresses of three references 



               Dr. Carlo V. Bruschi

               School of Medicine

               East Carolina University

               Greenville, NC 27858-4354

               (919) 551-3131  FAX:  (919) 551-2012

               BIONET Address:  BRUSCHI@BIONET-20.BIO.NET



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