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Dutch elm disease is caused by the aggressive Ophiostoma novo-ulmi and the nonaggressive O. ulmi. Both secrete the protein cerato-ulmin (CU). To determine what role CU plays in the pathology of Dutch elm disease, we constructed a CU overexpression mutant of the nonaggressive O. ulmi H5. Stable...
The duplication cycle encompasses the spectrum of events required for the growth and division of individual cells within a fungal hyphae. Recent advances in understanding the mechanisms which underlie nuclear division and cellular morphogenesis in the filamentous fungus Aspergillus nidulans have...
Mutants of the filamentous fungus Mucor circinelloides altered in the synthesis of β-carotene (genotype car ) have been isolated by direct inspection of the color shown by the colonies derived from mutagenized spores. The mutants were analyzed for the carotenoid content in darkness and light and...
A protein with characteristic properties of a fungal hydrophobin (CoH1) was isolated from the monokaryotic stage of the basidiomycete Coprinus cinereus . A cosmid clone containing the corresponding gene ( coH 1) was identified using a cDNA probe derived by RT–PCR. Hybridization and sequence...
CreA is the major regulatory protein involved in carbon catabolite repression in Aspergillus nidulans. Previously we have reported the molecular characterization of a number of in vivo selected mutant alleles and showed that they were unlikely to represent total loss of function alleles (Shroff...
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