Comparative evolution of morphological regulatory functions in Candida species.

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Morphological transitions play an important role in virulence and virulence-related processes in a wide variety of pathogenic fungi, including the most commonly isolated human fungal pathogen Candida albicans. While environmental signals, transcriptional regulators, and target genes associated with C. albicans morphogenesis are well-characterized… (More)
DOI: 10.1128/EC.00164-13

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@article{Lackey2013ComparativeEO, title={Comparative evolution of morphological regulatory functions in Candida species.}, author={Erika Lackey and Geethanjali Vipulanandan and Delma S. Childers and David Kadosh}, journal={Eukaryotic cell}, year={2013}, volume={12 10}, pages={1356-68} }