Use of genes encoding cellobiohydrolase-C and topoisomerase II as targets for phylogenetic analysis and identification of Fusarium.

@article{Hatsch2004UseOG,
  title={Use of genes encoding cellobiohydrolase-C and topoisomerase II as targets for phylogenetic analysis and identification of Fusarium.},
  author={Didier Hatsch and Vincent Phalip and J. M. Jeltsch},
  journal={Research in microbiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={155 4},
  pages={
          290-6
        }
}
Molecular identification and phylogenetic studies rely to a large extent on rDNA sequence polymorphism. In the field of fungal taxonomy, despite the use of huge amounts of rDNA data available, some species within a given genus remain indistinguishable. Therefore, new target sequences need to be selected and validated. This is the case for Fusarium, which includes numerous species most of which are involved in both animal and plant pathologies. In addition to the rDNA fragment encompassing the… CONTINUE READING
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