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  • G A Marzluf
  • 1997
In the fungi, nitrogen metabolism is controlled by a complex genetic regulatory circuit which ensures the preferential use of primary nitrogen sources and also confers the ability to use many different secondary nitrogen sources when appropriate. Most structural genes encoding nitrogen catabolic enzymes are subject to nitrogen catabolite repression,(More)
The pathogenesis of the selective motor neuron death in spinal bulbar muscular atrophy (SBMA) is not fully understood. Similar to observations with other mutant polyglutamine (poly Q) expanded proteins, truncated androgen receptor (AR) with expanded poly Q tract cause intracellular aggregates; however, the precise relationship between aggregates and disease(More)
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