CO2 sensing in fungi: at the heart of metabolic signaling

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Adaptation to the changing environmental CO2 levels is essential for all living cells. In particular, microorganisms colonizing and infecting the human body are exposed to highly variable concentrations, ranging from atmospheric 0.04 to 5% and more in blood and specific host niches. Carbonic anhydrases are highly conserved metalloenzymes that enable… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00294-017-0700-0

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@article{Martin2017CO2SI, title={CO2 sensing in fungi: at the heart of metabolic signaling}, author={Ronny Martin and Susann Pohlers and Fritz A. M{\"u}hlschlegel and Oliver Kurzai}, journal={Current Genetics}, year={2017}, volume={63}, pages={965-972} }