The ALS5 gene of Candida albicans and analysis of the Als5p N-terminal domain.

@article{Hoyer2001TheAG,
  title={The ALS5 gene of Candida albicans and analysis of the Als5p N-terminal domain.},
  author={Lois L. Hoyer and Joy E. Hecht},
  journal={Yeast},
  year={2001},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={
          49-60
        }
}
ALS genes of Candida albicans encode a family of cell-surface glycoproteins with a three-domain structure. Each Als protein has a relatively conserved N-terminal domain, a central domain consisting of a tandemly repeated motif, and a serine-threonine-rich C-terminal domain that is relatively variable across the family. The ALS family exhibits several types of variability that indicate the importance of considering strain and allelic differences when studying ALS genes and their encoded proteins… CONTINUE READING

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