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The ascomycete Magnaporthe grisea is a model species for the study of plant fungal interactions. As in many filamentous fungi, targeted gene replacement occurs at low frequency in M. grisea (average 7%). mus52/KU80 is a gene essential for non-homologous end joining (NHEJ) of DNA double-strand breaks. Its deletion increases the frequency of targeted gene(More)
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