Neurospora clock-controlled gene 9 (ccg-9) encodes trehalose synthase: circadian regulation of stress responses and development.

@article{Shinohara2002NeurosporaCG,
  title={Neurospora clock-controlled gene 9 (ccg-9) encodes trehalose synthase: circadian regulation of stress responses and development.},
  author={Mari L Shinohara and Alejandro Correa and Deborah Bell-Pedersen and Jay C. Dunlap and Jennifer J. Loros},
  journal={Eukaryotic cell},
  year={2002},
  volume={1 1},
  pages={
          33-43
        }
}
The circadian clock of Neurospora crassa regulates the rhythmic expression of a number of genes encoding diverse functions which, as an ensemble, are adaptive to life in a rhythmic environment of alternating levels of light and dark, warmth and coolness, and dryness and humidity. Previous differential screens have identified a number of such genes based solely on their cycling expression, including clock-controlled gene 9 (ccg-9). Sequence analysis now shows the predicted CCG-9 polypeptide to… CONTINUE READING
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