A WD40 repeat protein regulates fungal cell differentiation and can be replaced functionally by the mammalian homologue striatin.


Fruiting body development in fungi is a complex cellular differentiation process that is controlled by more than 100 developmental genes. Mutants of the filamentous fungus Sordaria macrospora showing defects in fruiting body formation are pertinent sources for the identification of components of this multicellular differentiation process. Here we show that… (More)


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