Daiana Becker dos Santos

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In the fungus Neurospora crassa we have used RIP to obtain a presumptive null mutation of the phospholipase C-1 gene, thought to be important in intracellular calcium signaling, notably maintenance of the tip-high calcium gradient. The mutant is viable but has slow, aberrant growth and branching. Hence plc-1 is not required for polar growth at the tip, but(More)
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