A homologue of the transcriptional repressor Ssn6p antagonizes cAMP signalling in Ustilago maydis.

@article{Loubradou2001AHO,
  title={A homologue of the transcriptional repressor Ssn6p antagonizes cAMP signalling in Ustilago maydis.},
  author={Gabriel Loubradou and Andreas Brachmann and Michael Feldbr{\"u}gge and Regine Kahmann},
  journal={Molecular microbiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={719-30}
}
In Ustilago maydis, cAMP signalling is crucial for successful infection of maize plants. Strains are non-pathogenic if mutated in any of the currently identified components of this signalling pathway, such as the alpha-subunit of a heterotrimeric G protein Gpa3, the adenylate cyclase Uac1 and the regulatory and catalytic subunit of protein kinase A Ubc1 and Adr1 respectively. Deletion of gpa3, uac1 or adr1 triggers filamentous growth, and certain point mutations in gpa3 and ubc1 that mimic a… CONTINUE READING

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