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Dr. Audrey Gasch P.

Associate Professor

University of Wisconsin-Madison

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University of Wisconsin-Madison

600 Highland Ave. Room F6/133

Madison, Wisconsin 53792

United States

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Ph.D.

University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Audrey P Gasch, the assistant professor of genetics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, believes a lot has been learned about how cells respond to alcohol stress and this should help to produce environmentally friendly cellulosic ethanol. jordan 5 pas cher http://www.mycoachbarbara.com/jordan-pas-cher.html jordan 5 pas cher


The Annual DOE JGI User Meeting

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Audrey Gasch, University Of Wisconsin, Madison (2008)


Nature leads research team to better yeast | Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center

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"We were very pleased with how successful we were in identifying genes that are new engineering targets, but it's almost like the tip of the iceberg," said Audrey Gasch, assistant professor of genetics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Gasch is also a researcher at the GLBRC and co-author of a study on the group's research that was published in the December issue of Genetics - the Genetics Society of America's scientific journal. She said the inability of yeast cells to cope with toxins found in cellulosic material has been a "major bottleneck" in the task of producing cellulosic ethanol efficiently and is now the focus of the team's research. "The combination of ethanol and these other toxins is kind of a double whammy for the yeast cells," she said.


Nature leads research team to better yeast | Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center

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"We were very pleased with how successful we were in identifying genes that are new engineering targets, but it's almost like the tip of the iceberg," said Audrey Gasch, assistant professor of genetics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Gasch is also a researcher at the GLBRC and co-author of a study on the group's research that was published in the December issue of Genetics - the Genetics Society of America's scientific journal. She said the inability of yeast cells to cope with toxins found in cellulosic material has been a "major bottleneck" in the task of producing cellulosic ethanol efficiently and is now the focus of the team's research. "The combination of ethanol and these other toxins is kind of a double whammy for the yeast cells," she said.


2012 CSHL course on Yeast Genetics & Genomics

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Audrey Gasch, University of Wisconsin-Madison: Genomic analysis of yeast environmental stress responses

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