Cellular and Molecular Biology of Filamentous Fungi

Cellular and Molecular Biology of Filamentous Fungi

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Fungal cellular and molecular biology has entered an unprecedented phase of rapid growth and change. The availability of complete genome sequences coupled with the advent of new genetic and molecular tools has made possible analyses that were deemed unthinkable just 5 years ago. In the current environment, it is advantageous to have access to books that synthesize and rationalize the new information gleaned from genomics with the accumulated literature from years of research in the field, such as this text.Somewhat similar localization patterns are seen in A. nidulans (Sharpless and Harris, 2002, Virag and Harris, 2006); SepA ... the maintenance of hyphal polarity , though the defects are far more severe in sepa mutants (Sharpless and Harris, 2002; ... By contrast, Spa2 is needed for hyphae to attain normal extension rates and to generate the proper branching pattern. ... Parallel studies with C. albicans demonstrated that the formin Bnil and the myosin regulatory light chain Mlcl also anbsp;...

Title:Cellular and Molecular Biology of Filamentous Fungi
Author:Katherine A. Borkovich, Daniel J. Ebbole
Publisher:American Society for Microbiology Press - 2010


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