Dolores Cordoba Cañero

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Six laccase genes, lcc1, lcc2, lcc3, lcc4, lcc5, and lcc9, of the vascular wilt fungus Fusarium oxysporum were isolated and characterized. All genes have the characteristic conserved domains for copper binding of phenol oxidase enzymes. Targeted inactivation of lcc1, lcc3, and lcc5 resulted in a significant decrease of extracellular laccase activity.(More)
CLC-type voltage-gated chloride channels are a family of proteins which mediate chloride transport across the plasma and intracellular membranes. A clc1 gene from the vascular wilt fungus Fusarium oxysporum was characterized and disrupted. The predicted Clc1 protein contained highly conserved transmembrane and CBS domains of this protein family and showed(More)
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