View Google Scholar Page for Dr. Dudley

Publications from the Dudley Lab

Maddirevula, H. E. Shamseldin, A. Sirr, L. Alabdi, R. S. Lo, M. Hashem, F. Abdulwahab, N. Kaya, D. Monies, M. H. Salem, N. Al Harbi, H. M. Aldhalaan, H. Alzaidan, H. M. Almanea, A. K. Alsalamah, F. Al Mutairi, S. Ismail, G. M. H. Abdel-Salam, A. M. Alhashem, A. Asery, E. Faqeih, W. Al Hamoudi, T. Algoufi, M. Shagrani, A. M. Dudley, F. S. Alkuraya (2020) Exploiting the autozygome to support previously published Mendelian gene-disease associations: An update. Front. Genet.11:580484 PMID: 33456446

Sirr, R. S. Lo, G. A. Cromie, A. C. Scott, J. Ashmead, M. Heyesus, and A. M. Dudley (2020) A yeast-based complementation assay elucidates the functional impact of 200 missense variants in human PSAT1. J Inherit Metab Dis. DOI: 10.1002/jimd.12227 PMID: 32077105

Intosalmi, A. C. Scott, M. Hayes, N. Flann, O. Yli-Harja, H. Lähdesmäki, A. M. Dudley, and A. Skupin (2019) Data-driven multiscale modeling reveals the role of metabolic coupling for the spatio-temporal growth dynamics of yeast colonies. BMC Mol. Cell Biol. 20:59 PMID: 31856706 [PMCID: PMC6923950]

A. Sakhanenko, G. A. Cromie, A. M. Dudley and D. J. Galas (2019) Computational inference software for tetrad assembly from randomly arrayed yeast colonies. G3 9:2071-2088 PMID: 31109921 [PMCID: PMC6643883]

A. Forche, G. Cromie, A.C. Gerstein, N. V. Solis, T. Pisithkul, W. Srifa, E. Jeffery, D. Abbey, S. G. Filler, A. M. Dudley, J. Berman (2018) Rapid phenotypic and genotypic diversification after exposure to the oral host hiche in Candida albicans. Genetics 209:725-741. PMID: 29724862 [PMCID: PMC6028260]

A. Sirr, A. C. Scott, G. A. Cromie, C. L. Ludlow, V. Ahyong, T. S. Morgan, T. Gilbert, A. M. Dudley (2018) Natural variation in SER1 and ENA6 underlie condition-specific growth defects in S. cerevisiae. G3 8:239-251. PMID: 29138237 [PMCID: PMC5765352]

D. Jarosz and A. M. Dudley (2017) Meeting Report on Experimental Approaches to Evolution and Ecology Using Yeast and Other Model Systems. G3 7: 3237-3241. PMID: 28814445 [PMCID: PMC5633374]

PNRI is supported by

The SwedishTryskUSIPerkins CoieKnobbe MartensK L GatesLee & HayesAdaptive BiotechFirst PullSpecificaMatthew and Alayna Gagnier

Support our innovative genetic research. Become a donor today.