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- Anker, Jonathan F., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Eukaryotic cell 2011 v.10 no.12 pp. 1679-1693
- Eremothecium gossypii; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; actin; cell cycle; cell walls; hypersensitivity; hyphae; mutants; stress response; yeasts
- ... In budding yeast, new sites of polarity are chosen with each cell cycle and polarization is transient. In filamentous fungi, sites of polarity persist for extended periods of growth and new polarity sites can be established while existing sites are maintained. How the polarity establishment machinery functions in these distinct growth forms found in fungi is still not well understood. We have exam ...
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