Transcriptional profiles of the human pathogenic fungus Paracoccidioides brasiliensis in mycelium and yeast cells.

@article{Felipe2005TranscriptionalPO,
  title={Transcriptional profiles of the human pathogenic fungus Paracoccidioides brasiliensis in mycelium and yeast cells.},
  author={Maria Sueli S Felipe and Ros{\^a}ngela Vieira de Andrade and Fabr{\'i}cio Barbosa Monteiro Arraes and Andr{\'e} Moraes Nicola and Andrea Queiroz Maranh{\~a}o and Fernando Araripe Gonçalves Torres and Ildinete Silva-Pereira and Marcio J Poças-Fonseca and Elida Geralda Campos and L{\'i}dia Maria Pepe de Moraes and Patr{\'i}cia A Andrade and Aldo Henrique F. P. Tavares and Simoneide Souza Silva and Cynthia Maria Kyaw and Diorge Paulo de Souza and Maristela Pereira and Ros{\'a}lia Santos Amorim Jesu{\'i}no and Edmar V. Andrade and Juliana Alves Parente and Gisele de Oliveira and M{\^o}nica Santiago Barbosa and Nat{\'a}lia Florencio Martins and Ana L{\'u}cia Fachin and Renato Sousa Cardoso and Geraldo Aleixo da Silva Passos and Nalvo F Almeida and Maria Emilia Telles Walter and C{\'e}lia Maria de Almeida Soares and Maria Jos{\'e} A. de Carvalho and Marcelo Macedo Brigido},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={280 26},
  pages={24706-14}
}
Paracoccidioides brasiliensis is the causative agent of paracoccidioidomycosis, a disease that affects 10 million individuals in Latin America. This report depicts the results of the analysis of 6,022 assembled groups from mycelium and yeast phase expressed sequence tags, covering about 80% of the estimated genome of this dimorphic, thermo-regulated fungus. The data provide a comprehensive view of the fungal metabolism, including overexpressed transcripts, stage-specific genes, and also those… CONTINUE READING