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... while males have one X and one copy of the much smaller Y chromosome. The latter carries very few genes, while the X chromosome ... New book on human fungal pathogens from CSHLPress. 12/05/2014. Some yeasts and molds that are common in the environment can ... Researchers find chemical tag that locks chromosomes together during meiosis 11/30/2016. A Harvard Medical School news release ... Cold Spring Harbor Protocols features classic approaches for analyzing chromosomes. 05/01/2008. COLD SPRING HARBOR, N.Y. ( ...
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Recombination Hotspots Flank the Cryptococcus Mating-Type Locus: Implications for the Evolution of a Fungal Sex ChromosomeRecombination Hotspots Flank the Cryptococcus Mating-Type Locus: Implications for the Evolution of a Fungal Sex Chromosome

Recombination hotspots and coldspots have been described in many organisms and often reflect global features of chromosome ... Fungal genomics Is the Subject Area "Fungal genomics" applicable to this article? Yes. No. ... Fungal evolution Is the Subject Area "Fungal evolution" applicable to this article? Yes. No. ...
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Sad1 Spatiotemporally Regulates Kinetochore Clustering To Ensure High-Fidelity Chromosome Segregation in the Human Fungal...Sad1 Spatiotemporally Regulates Kinetochore Clustering To Ensure High-Fidelity Chromosome Segregation in the Human Fungal...

Sad1 Spatiotemporally Regulates Kinetochore Clustering To Ensure High-Fidelity Chromosome Segregation in the Human Fungal ... Sad1 spatiotemporally regulates kinetochore clustering to ensure high-fidelity chromosome segregation in the human fungal ... Sad1 Spatiotemporally Regulates Kinetochore Clustering To Ensure High-Fidelity Chromosome Segregation in the Human Fungal ... Sad1 Spatiotemporally Regulates Kinetochore Clustering To Ensure High-Fidelity Chromosome Segregation in the Human Fungal ...
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Expansions of CAG repeat tracts are frequent in a yeast mutant defective in Okazaki fragment maturation.Expansions of CAG repeat tracts are frequent in a yeast mutant defective in Okazaki fragment maturation.

... we are studying the effect of replication and repair mutations on CAG repeat tracts embedded in a yeast chromosome. In this ... Chromosomes, Fungal. Humans. Protein Kinases / genetics*. Saccharomyces cerevisiae / genetics*. Sequence Deletion*. ... Previous Document: Evidence for a novel gene for familial febrile convulsions, FEB2, linked to chromosome 19p in an ext.... ... 7847375 - A gene for familial total anomalous pulmonary venous return maps to chromosome 4p13-q12.. 18795115 - Cross ...
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Visualization of mitotic chromosomes in filamentous fungi by fluorescence staining and fluorescence in situ hybridization.Visualization of mitotic chromosomes in filamentous fungi by fluorescence staining and fluorescence in situ hybridization.

Chromosomes prepared by the germ tube burst method were stained with the fluorescent dye 4,6-diamidino-2-phenylindole (DAPI) ... Mitotic chromosomes of the plant pathogenic filamentous fungi Botrytis cinerea and Alternaria alternata were observed. ... Chromosomes, Fungal*. DNA, Fungal / analysis. DNA, Ribosomal / analysis. Fluorescent Dyes. In Situ Hybridization, Fluorescence ... Using this method, component chromosomes were clearly distinguished and the chromosome number could be determined. Fluorescence ...
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Advanced Search Results - Public Health Image Library(PHIL)Advanced Search Results - Public Health Image Library(PHIL)

Categories: Chromosomes, Fungal Image Types: Photo, Illustrations, Video, Color, Black&White, PublicDomain, CopyrightRestricted ...
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Acetylation of histone H4 is aberrantly increased in th | Open-iAcetylation of histone H4 is aberrantly increased in th | Open-i

Chromosomes, Fungal. *Cloning, Molecular. *Gene Silencing. *Histone Deacetylases/genetics. *Histones/metabolism. *Microscopy, ... Representative results for subtelomeric and centromeric regions of chromosome I are shown. (B,C) ChIP was performed using AcH4- ... Representative results for subtelomeric and centromeric regions of chromosome I are shown. (B,C) ChIP was performed using AcH4- ...
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Representative meiotic crossover map for wild-type and  | Open-iRepresentative meiotic crossover map for wild-type and | Open-i

A tetrad showing 11 crossovers on chromosome IV in the wild-type (A) compared to 6 i ... A tetrad showing 11 crossovers on chromosome IV in the wild-type (A) compared to 6 in the msh4-R676W mutant (B). (C) msh4-R676W ... A tetrad showing 11 crossovers on chromosome IV in the wild-type (A) compared to 6 in the msh4-R676W mutant (B). (C) msh4-R676W ... Bottom Line: Crossover reductions in msh4-R676W and msh4Δ were significant across chromosomes regardless of size, unlike ...
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Applications filed at Dec 07 2017 | METHOD OF PRODUCING LIQUID COMPOSITIONS | Patents.comApplications filed at Dec 07 2017 | METHOD OF PRODUCING LIQUID COMPOSITIONS | Patents.com

FUNGAL CHROMOSOME-END KNOCKOFF STRATEGY. Non-toxigenic fungal strains, and methods of making and use thereof, are provided and ...
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Alice: Finished genome of the fungal wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola Reveals dispensome structure, chromosome...Alice: Finished genome of the fungal wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola Reveals dispensome structure, chromosome...

Finished genome of the fungal wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola Reveals dispensome structure, chromosome plasticity, ... KNAW FUNGAL BIODIVERSITY CENTRE, THE NETHERLANDS; LUTE-HARM ZWIERS, CBS?KNAW FUNGAL BIODIVERSITY CENTRE, THE NETHERLANDS; ... KNAW FUNGAL BIODIVERSITY CENTRE, THE NETHERLANDS; CEES WAALWIJK, PLANT RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL B.V., WAGENINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS ...
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Requirement of condensin for suppressing rDNA recombina | Open-iRequirement of condensin for suppressing rDNA recombina | Open-i

Chromosomes, Fungal/metabolism. *Endodeoxyribonucleases/antagonists & inhibitors. *Genomic Instability/genetics. *Meiosis/ ... Stages of meiosis were determined on the basis of chromosome morphology. Blue, 4′,6-diamidino-2-phenylindole-stained DNA; red, ... Stages of meiosis were determined on the basis of chromosome morphology. Blue, 4′,6-diamidino-2-phenylindole-stained DNA; red, ... to ensure proper chromosome segregation.Our work reveals that condensin coordinates meiotic recombination with chromosome ...
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An SRY-related sequence on the marsupial X chromosome: implications for the evolution of the mammalian testis-determining gene....An SRY-related sequence on the marsupial X chromosome: implications for the evolution of the mammalian testis-determining gene....

Evolution of fungal sex chromosomes. James A. Fraser, Joseph Heitman. Molecular Microbiology 2004 51 2 ... Construction of a highly enriched marsupial Y chromosome-specific BAC sub-library using isolated Y chromosomes ... Origin of Amniote Sex Chromosomes: An Ancestral Super-Sex Chromosome, or Common Requirements? ... Turnover of Sex Chromosomes in Celebensis Group Medaka Fishes. Taijun Myosho, Yusuke Takehana, Satoshi Hamaguchi, Mitsuru ...
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Meiosis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae mutants lacking the centromere-bin by Daniel C. Masison and Richard E. Baker"Meiosis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae mutants lacking the centromere-bin" by Daniel C. Masison and Richard E. Baker

An unpaired chromosome I homolog (2N + 1) also missegregated at high frequency in the cep1 mutant (7.6%); however, ... Mitotic chromosome loss in cep1 strains was also analyzed. Both simple loss (1:0 segregation) and nondisjunction (2:0 ... The inviability could not be explained solely by chromosome missegregation and is probably a pleiotropic effect of cep1. ... and chromosomes in cep1 null mutants. Plasmids and CFs missegregated in 10-20% of meioses with the most frequent type of ...
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Allorecognition - WikipediaAllorecognition - Wikipedia

Fraser JA, Heitman J (2004). "Evolution of fungal sex chromosomes". Molecular Microbiology. 51 (2): 299-306. doi:10.1046/j.1365 ... fungal mating types, fungal vegetative incompatibility, plant self-incompatibility systems, colonial marine invertebrates (such ... fungal mycelia) and even among organisms that have evolved physical integuments representing a first line of defense against ...
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Genome-wide Functional Analysis of Pathogenicity Genes in the Rice Blast Fungus - PubMedGenome-wide Functional Analysis of Pathogenicity Genes in the Rice Blast Fungus - PubMed

Chromosomes, Fungal Actions. * Search in PubMed * Search in MeSH * Add to Search ... Fungal Genet Biol 44 (10), 1035-49. Oct 2007. PMID 17600737. Towards the goal of disrupting all genes in the genome of ... Fungal Genet Biol 121, 56-64. Dec 2018. PMID 30266690. The White Collar complex is responsible for sensing light and ... Fungal Genomics Goes Industrial NJ Talbot. Nat Biotechnol 25 (5), 542-3. May 2007. PMID 17483839. ...
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Genetic and genomic analysis of the AT-rich centromere DNA element II  by Richard E. Baker and Kelly Rogers"Genetic and genomic analysis of the AT-rich centromere DNA element II " by Richard E. Baker and Kelly Rogers

... but for 14 of the 16 chromosomes the AT-rich locus with the highest A(n , or =4) + T(n , or =4) run content was the centromere ... AT Rich Sequence; Base Composition; Base Sequence; Centromere; Chromosomes, Fungal; Computational Biology; DNA Primers; DNA, ... but for 14 of the 16 chromosomes the AT-rich locus with the highest A(n > or =4) + T(n > or =4) run content was the centromere ... Fungal; Gene Library; Genomics; Molecular Sequence Data; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; Sequence Analysis, DNA ...
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Kenro Kusumi - Fingerprint
     - Arizona State UniversityKenro Kusumi - Fingerprint - Arizona State University

Fingerprint Dive into the research topics where Kenro Kusumi is active. These topic labels come from the works of this person. Together they form a unique fingerprint. ...
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Faculty - People - Biochemistry & Biophysics - University of Rochester Medical CenterFaculty - People - Biochemistry & Biophysics - University of Rochester Medical Center

Chromosomes instability of human fungal pathogen Candida albicans.. Ning Tong, B.M., Ph.D.. Email Ning ...
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Search Articles | University of Toronto LibrariesSearch Articles | University of Toronto Libraries

chromosome deletion (6) 6 Filter by. Remove filter. chromosomes, fungal - genetics (6) 6 ... Fungal Proteins - chemistry , Pentose Phosphate Pathway - physiology , Response Elements , Fungal Proteins - genetics , Trans- ... Fungal - physiology , Chromatin Assembly and Disassembly - genetics , Fungal Proteins - genetics , Mutation , Aspergillus ... fungal proteins - metabolism (10) 10 Filter by. Remove filter. investigating or analysing materials by determining ...
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2015 Fungal Genetics Conference2015 Fungal Genetics Conference

Fungal Biotechnology. Co-chairs: Kazuhiro Iwashita and Randy Berka. 3:00. Fungal artificial chromosomes for mining of the ... Fungal Volatiles: Critical Signals for Fungal Interactions Co-chairs: Joan Bennett and Seogchan Kang. 3:00. Volatile Organic ... Fungal-bacterial interactions are mediated by fungal lipid signaling and a common set of bacterial factors. Olga Lastovetsky. ... Fungal bioenergetics drives human fungal pathogenicity: Focus on Aspergillus fumigatus. Robert Cramer. 4:40. Fumigatin-oxide ...
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KAKEN - Research Projects | Development of Gene Introduction and Vector System in Plant Pathogenic Fungus (KAKENHI-PROJECT...KAKEN - Research Projects | Development of Gene Introduction and Vector System in Plant Pathogenic Fungus (KAKENHI-PROJECT...

We first isolated the genes encoding rRNA in fungal chromosome by synthesizing cDNAs from rRNAs extracted from mycelia of this ... This plasmid vector allowed us to ensure the homologous recombination of DNA sequences between the vector and chromosome. With ...
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Sandwalk: Pyruvate dehydrogenase astonishes Ann GaugerSandwalk: Pyruvate dehydrogenase astonishes Ann Gauger

The grey wolf has 78 chromosomes, while the red fox has only 34*.. TBH, I have no idea how many chromosomes exist in fungal ... So if chromosome number can change, why does a difference in chromosome number tell you that two species are different kinds?. ... "So if chromosome number can change…". How do you think chromosome numbers change? Are they more likely to be gained or lost?. - ... "I have no idea how many chromosomes exist in fungal genomes. But your answer suggests that, if a fungus possessed 34 ...
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Sandwalk: Pyruvate dehydrogenase astonishes Ann GaugerSandwalk: Pyruvate dehydrogenase astonishes Ann Gauger

The grey wolf has 78 chromosomes, while the red fox has only 34*.. TBH, I have no idea how many chromosomes exist in fungal ... So if chromosome number can change, why does a difference in chromosome number tell you that two species are different kinds?. ... "So if chromosome number can change…". How do you think chromosome numbers change? Are they more likely to be gained or lost?. - ... "I have no idea how many chromosomes exist in fungal genomes. But your answer suggests that, if a fungus possessed 34 ...
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Chaos of Rearrangements in the Mating-Type Chromosomes of the Anther-Smut Fungus Microbotryum lychnidis-dioicae | GeneticsChaos of Rearrangements in the Mating-Type Chromosomes of the Anther-Smut Fungus Microbotryum lychnidis-dioicae | Genetics

Sex chromosomes in plants and animals and fungal mating-type chromosomes often show exceptional genome features, with extensive ... into finished chromosomes or chromosome arms, even for the repeat-rich mating-type chromosomes and centromeres. Suppressed ... Nonrecombining fungal mating-type chromosomes can also show footprints of degeneration (Hood et al. 2004; Whittle and ... which tends to retain chromosome structure in homogametic sex chromosomes of plants and animals (X or Z chromosomes), the ...
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ASMscience | Fungal Sex: The |span class=jp-italic|Ascomycota|/spanASMscience | Fungal Sex: The |span class='jp-italic'|Ascomycota|/span

Evolution of fungal sex chromosomes. Mol Microbiol 51:299-306. http://dx.doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2958.2003.03874.x. [CrossRef]. ... Tracing the origin of the fungal α1 domain places its ancestor in the HMG-box superfamily: implication for fungal mating-type ... In Reynolds DR, Taylor JW (ed), The Fungal Holomorph: Mitotic, Meiotic and Pleomorphic Speciation in Fungal Systematics. C. A. ... Fungal Sex: The Ascomycota, Page 1 of 2 , Previous page , Next page , /docserver/preview/fulltext/microbiolspec/4/5/FUNK-0005- ...
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