Dominika Wloch-Salamon
Dominika Wloch-Salamon
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Direct Estimate of the Mutation Rate and the Distribution of Fitness Effects in the Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
DM Wloch, K Szafraniec, RH Borts, R Korona
Genetics 159 (2), 441-452, 2001
DNA signature of thermophilic bacteria from the aged accretion ice of Lake Vostok, Antarctica: implications for searching for life in extreme icy environments
SA Bulat, IA Alekhina, M Blot, JR Petit, M De Angelis, D Wagenbach, ...
International Journal of Astrobiology 3 (1), 1-12, 2004
Small fitness effects and weak genetic interactions between deleterious mutations in heterozygous loci of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
K Szafraniec, DM Wloch, P Sliwa, RH Borts, R Korona
Genetics Research 82 (1), 19-31, 2003
Effect of dispersal and nutrient availability on the competitive ability of toxin-producing yeast
DM Wloch-Salamon, D Gerla, RF Hoekstra, JAGM de Visser
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1634), 535-541, 2008
Types of cell death and methods of their detection in yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
DM Wloch‐Salamon, AE Bem
Journal of Applied Microbiology 114 (2), 287-298, 2013
Some theoretical insights into the hologenome theory of evolution and the role of microbes in speciation
A Stencel, DM Wloch-Salamon
Theory in Biosciences 137, 197-206, 2018
Epistatic interactions of spontaneous mutations in haploid strains of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
DM Wloch, RH Borts, R Korona
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 14 (2), 310-316, 2001
Genomic Changes Arising in Long-Term Stab Cultures of Escherichia coli
D Faure, R Frederick, D Włoch, P Portier, M Blot, J Adams
Journal of bacteriology 186 (19), 6437-6442, 2004
Division of labour in the yeast: Saccharomyces cerevisiae
DM Wloch‐Salamon, RM Fisher, B Regenberg
Yeast 34 (10), 399-406, 2017
Aspects of Multicellularity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Yeast: A Review of Evolutionary and Physiological Mechanisms
M Opalek, D Wloch-Salamon
Genes 11 (6), 690, 2020
Rapid multiple-level coevolution in experimental populations of yeast killer and nonkiller strains
MD Pieczynska, D Wloch-Salamon, R Korona, JAGM de Visser
Evolution 70 (6), 1342-1353, 2016
Why molecular chaperones buffer mutational damage: a case study with a yeast Hsp40/70 system
J Bobula, K Tomala, E Jez, DM Wloch, RH Borts, R Korona
Genetics 174 (2), 937-944, 2006
Sociobiology of the budding yeast
DM Wloch-Salamon
Journal of biosciences 39, 225-236, 2014
Adaptive Roles of SSY1 and SIR3 During Cycles of Growth and Starvation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Populations Enriched for Quiescent or Nonquiescent Cells
DM Wloch-Salamon, K Tomala, D Aggeli, B Dunn
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 7 (6), 1899-1911, 2017
Forest Saccharomyces paradoxus are robust to seasonal biotic and abiotic changes
PJ Boynton, D Wloch‐Salamon, D Landermann, EH Stukenbrock
Ecology and Evolution 11 (11), 6604-6619, 2021
Hypersensitive SSY1 mutations negatively influence transition to quiescence in yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
A Marek, M Opalek, A Kałdon, B Mickowska, D Wloch‐Salamon
Yeast 38 (1), 102-116, 2021
Generation of stable, non-aggregating Saccharomyces cerevisiae wild isolates
D Włoch-Salamon, M Plech, J Majewska
Acta Biochimica Polonica 60 (4), 2013
A pluralistic view of holobionts in the context of process ontology
A Stencel, D Wloch-Salamon
Frontiers in Microbiology 13, 911577, 2022
On the ecological significance of phenotypic heterogeneity in microbial populations undergoing starvation
M Opalek, B Smug, M Doebeli, D Wloch-Salamon
Microbiology Spectrum 10 (1), e00450-21, 2022
Genetic modifications allowing for obtaining non-clumpy Saccharomyces cerevisiae populations from various strain backgrounds
D Wloch-Salamon, J Majewska, J Pajak, K Pawlik, M Plech
Yeast 30, 196-196, 2013
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