Jiao-yu Wang

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The peroxisomal matrix proteins involved in many important biological metabolism pathways in eukaryotic cells are encoded by nucleal genes, synthesized in the cytoplasm and then transported into the organelles. Targeting and import of these proteins depend on their two peroxisomal targeting signals (PTS1 and PTS2) in sequence as we have known so far. The(More)
The family members of PEX11 are key factors involved in regulation of peroxisome proliferation. Sixty-six PEX11p candidates of PEX11 gene family from 26 representative fungal species were obtained and analyzed by bioinformatic strategies. In most filamentous fungi, 2 or 3 potential PEX11ps were found, in contrast with 1 or 2 in yeast species. Compared with(More)
Peroxisomes are cellular organelles present ubiquitously in eukaryotic cells and are involved in β-oxidation, glyoxylate cycle and a variety of biochemical metabolisms. Recently peroxisomes have been demonstrated to play vital roles in the host infection processes by plant fungal pathogens. The biogenesis of peroxisomes requires a category of proteins named(More)
Targeted gene replacement (TGR) is an important technique for gene function analysis. With the development of genome sequencing and transformation, TGR has been applied widely to filamentous fungi, and many new systems and approaches have been established. In this paper, strategies involved in TGR in filamentous fungi were reviewed, including transformation(More)
Application of promoter trapping based on transformation in Magnaporthe grisea is reported in this paper. Two promoter-trapping vectors, designated as pCBGFP and pEGFPHPH, were constructed and transformed into protoplasts of M. Grisea. A library of 1077 transformants resistant to hygromycin B was generated. Of which, 448 transformants were found to express(More)
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