How fungi keep time: circadian system in Neurospora and other fungi.

@article{Dunlap2006HowFK,
  title={How fungi keep time: circadian system in Neurospora and other fungi.},
  author={Jay C. Dunlap and Jennifer J. Loros},
  journal={Current opinion in microbiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={9 6},
  pages={579-87}
}
The circadian system in Neurospora remains a premier model system for understanding circadian rhythms, and evidence has now begun to accumulate suggesting broad conservation of rhythmicity amongst the filamentous fungi. A well-described transcription-translation-based negative feedback loop involving the FREQUENCY, WHITE COLLAR-1 and WHITE COLLAR-2 proteins is integral to the Neurospora system. Recent advances include descriptions of the surprisingly complex frequency transcription unit, an… CONTINUE READING
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