Inducible expression of a gene encoding an L41 ribosomal protein responsible for the cycloheximide-resistant phenotype in the yeast Candida maltosa.

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In a previous paper (S. Kawai, S. Murao, M. Mochizuki, I. Shibuya, K. Yano, and M. Takagi, J. Bacteriol. 174:254-262, 1992), we showed that in each genome of several yeast species, there is one of two types of L41 gene, one for an L41 (Q-type) protein which confers cycloheximide (CYH) resistance or one for an L41 (P-type) protein which does not. These genes… (More)

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@article{Mutoh1995InducibleEO, title={Inducible expression of a gene encoding an L41 ribosomal protein responsible for the cycloheximide-resistant phenotype in the yeast Candida maltosa.}, author={Eishun Mutoh and Manabu Mochizuki and Akihito Ohta and M Takagi}, journal={Journal of bacteriology}, year={1995}, volume={177 18}, pages={5383-6} }