Three genes specifically expressed during phosphate deficiency in Pholiota nameko strain N2 encode hydrophobins

@article{Tasaki2004ThreeGS,
  title={Three genes specifically expressed during phosphate deficiency in Pholiota nameko strain N2 encode hydrophobins},
  author={Yuji Tasaki and Koji Ohata and Takashi Hara and Toshio Joh},
  journal={Current Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={45},
  pages={19-27}
}
Abstract We previously isolated 31 cDNAs corresponding to pdi [inorganic phosphate (Pi) deficiency-inducible] genes through the differential screening of a cDNA library constructed from the mycelium of Pholiota nameko strain N2 cultured in Pi-depleted medium. Among the cDNAs, pdi251, pdi263 and pdi315 were analyzed here. The deduced amino acid sequences of pdi251, pdi263 and pdi315 showed high similarity to fungal hydrophobins and genes corresponding to these cDNAs encoding P. nameko… 
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