AN ENZYMATIC LOCUS PARTICIPATING IN CELLULAR DIVISION OF A YEAST

@article{Nickerson1954ANEL,
  title={AN ENZYMATIC LOCUS PARTICIPATING IN CELLULAR DIVISION OF A YEAST},
  author={Walter J. Nickerson},
  journal={The Journal of General Physiology},
  year={1954},
  volume={37},
  pages={483 - 494}
}
Growing cells of a filamentous mutant of a yeast, Candida albicans, were found to accumulate and reduce tetrazolium dyes whereas cells of the parent strain, growing as a normally budding yeast, accumulated the dye but did not reduce it. In older cultures, in which rapidly metabolizable carbohydrate has been depleted, the parent strain characteristically produces filaments. These cells, growing in the absence of cellular division, also exhibit tetrazolium reduction. The filamentous mutant… CONTINUE READING

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ENZYMATIC LOCUS FOR CELLULAR DIVISION

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