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Here we report the genetic analyses of histone lysine methyltransferase (KMT) genes in the phytopathogenic fungus Magnaporthe oryzae. Eight putative M. oryzae KMT genes were targeted for gene disruption by homologous recombination. Phenotypic assays revealed that the eight KMTs were involved in various infection processes at varying degrees. Moset1(More)
The mechanisms involved in substrate-dependent regulation of a Magnaporthe oryzae gene encoding a cellulase which we designate MoCel7C (MGG_14954) were investigated. The levels of MoCel7C transcript were dramatically increased more than 1,000-fold, 16 to 24 h after transfer to a medium containing 2% carboxymethylcellulose (CMC), while levels were very low(More)
Urban transport systems are increasingly important for modern cities as they provide sustainable transport and a positive social environment. The systems that allow controlling transport infrastructures integrate many legacy systems and require increasing resources for maintenance. Authorities managing public transport facilities not only need to(More)
The gene list under the H3K4me2 column on the enriched_in_GT tab in S3 Table is incorrect. Please view the correct S3 Table below. S3 Table. List of genes differentially enriched for H3K4me2/me3 between mycelia and germtubes. access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution,(More)
Here we report a novel system to induce RNA silencing in Magnaporthe oryzae using the retrotransposon MAGGY. The gene-silencing vector pSilent-MG carries a MAGGY variant with a unique cloning site in the 3′ UTR region and a geneticin-resistance cassette as a selection marker. A gene-silencing assay with a GFP gene revealed that pSilent-MG vectors induced(More)
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