The G alpha i homologue gna-1 controls multiple differentiation pathways in Neurospora crassa.

@article{Ivey1996TheGA,
  title={The G alpha i homologue gna-1 controls multiple differentiation pathways in Neurospora crassa.},
  author={F Douglas Ivey and Petrea Hodge and Gloria Ellen Turner and Katherine A Borkovich},
  journal={Molecular biology of the cell},
  year={1996},
  volume={7 8},
  pages={1283-97}
}
Heterotrimeric G proteins are components of principal signaling pathways in eukaryotes. In higher organisms, alpha subunits of G proteins have been divided into four families, Gi, Gs, Gq, and G12. We previously identified a G alpha i homologue gna-1 in the filamentous fungus Neurospora crassa. Now we report that deletion of gna-1 leads to multiple phenotypes during the vegetative and sexual cycles in N. crassa. On solid medium, delta gna-1 strains have a slower rate of hyphal apical extension… CONTINUE READING
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