Sarah L. Barker, Ph.D.

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2006 Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
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Cell Biology
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Beverly Wendland grad student 2006 Johns Hopkins
 (A molecular analysis of the function(s) of the endocytic scaffold protein Pan1p in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: (A tale of the C -terminal tails of endocytic proteins).)
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Anderson MJ, Barker SL, Boone C, et al. (2012) Identification of RCN1 and RSA3 as ethanol-tolerant genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae using a high copy barcoded library. Fems Yeast Research. 12: 48-60
Magtanong L, Ho CH, Barker SL, et al. (2011) Dosage suppression genetic interaction networks enhance functional wiring diagrams of the cell. Nature Biotechnology. 29: 505-11
Reider A, Barker SL, Mishra SK, et al. (2009) Syp1 is a conserved endocytic adaptor that contains domains involved in cargo selection and membrane tubulation. The Embo Journal. 28: 3103-16
Ho CH, Magtanong L, Barker SL, et al. (2009) A molecular barcoded yeast ORF library enables mode-of-action analysis of bioactive compounds. Nature Biotechnology. 27: 369-77
Barker SL, Lee L, Pierce BD, et al. (2007) Interaction of the endocytic scaffold protein Pan1 with the type I myosins contributes to the late stages of endocytosis. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 18: 2893-903
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