On the evolutionary trajectories of signal-transducing amyloids in fungi and beyond.

Abstract

In the last decade, multiple reports have established that amyloids can bear important functional roles in a variety of biological processes and in distant taxonomic clades. In filamentous fungi, amyloids are involved in a signal transducing mechanism in which a group of NOD-like receptors (NLRs) controls downstream effector proteins to induce a programmed… (More)

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@article{Daskalov2016OnTE, title={On the evolutionary trajectories of signal-transducing amyloids in fungi and beyond.}, author={Asen Daskalov}, journal={Prion}, year={2016}, volume={10 5}, pages={362-368} }