A homologue of the human STRIPAK complex controls sexual development in fungi.

@article{Bloemendal2012AHO,
  title={A homologue of the human STRIPAK complex controls sexual development in fungi.},
  author={Sandra Bloemendal and Yasmine Bernhards and Kathrin Bartho and Anne Dettmann and Oliver Voigt and Ines Teichert and Stephan Seiler and Dirk Wolters and Stefanie P{\"o}ggeler and Ulrich K{\"u}ck},
  journal={Molecular microbiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={84 2},
  pages={310-23}
}
Sexual development in fungi is a complex process involving the generation of new cell types and tissues - an essential step for all eukaryotic life. The characterization of sterile mutants in the ascomycete Sordaria macrospora has led to a number of proteins involved in sexual development, but a link between these proteins is still missing. Using a combined tandem-affinity purification/mass spectrometry approach, we showed in vivo association of developmental protein PRO22 with PRO11, homologue… CONTINUE READING