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1. Akiyama, M. and H. Nakashima. 1996. Molecular cloning of the acr-2 gene which controls acriflavine sensitivity in Neurospora crassa. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1307:187-192.

2. Akiyama, M. and H. Nakashima. 1996. Molecular cloning of thi-4, a gene necessary for the biosynthesis of thiamine in Neurospora crassa. Curr. Genet. 30:62-67.

3. Akthar, M. N., K. S. Sastry and P. M. Mohan. 1996. Mechanism of metal ion biosorption by fungal biomass. Biometals 9:21-28. (-)

4. Alex, L. A., K. A. Borkovich and M. I. Simon. 1996. Hyphal development in Neurospora crassa: Involvement of a two-component histidine kinase. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 93:3416-3421.

5. Aramayo, R. and R. L. Metzenberg. 1996. Gene replacements at the his-3 locus of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:9-13.

6. Aramayo, R. and R. L. Metzenberg. 1996. Meiotic transvection in fungi. Cell 86:103-113.

7. Aramayo, R., Y. Peleg, R. Addison and R. Metzenberg. 1996. Asm-1+, a Neurospora crassa gene related to transcriptional regulators of fungal development. Genetics 144:991-1003.

8. Armstrong, G. A. and J. E. Hearst. 1996. Carotenoids 2. Genetics and molecular biology of carotenoid pigment biosynthesis. FASEB J. 10:228-237.

9. Aslanidi, K. B., L. Y. Boitsova, T. V. Potapova and V. V. Smolyaninov. 1996. Information-energetic module as the functional unit of the Neurospora crassa polarized growth. Biologicheskie Membrany 13:29-39. (-)

10. Aslanidi, K. B., D. M. Vachadze, A. A. Zamyatnin, Jr., T. R. Pozharskaya, A. Rochev Yu, I. I. Selezneva, M. A. Tsyganov and L. M. Chailakhyan. 1996. Compartmentation determines the dynamics of multicellular system's growth. Biologicheskie Membrany 13:289-298. (-)

11. Ballario, P., P. Vittorioso, A. Magrelli, C. Talora, A. Cabibbo and G. Macino. 1996. White collar-1, a central regulator of blue light responses in Neurospora, is a zinc finger protein. EMBO J. 15:1650-1657.

12. Barbato, C., M. Calissano, A. Pickford, N. Romano, G. Sandmann and G. Macino. 1996. Mild RIP-an alternative method for in vivo mutagenesis of the albino-3 gene in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Gen. Genet. 252:353-361. (-)

13. Barra, J. L., M. R. Mautino and A. L. Rosa. 1996. A dominant negative effect of eth-1r, a mutant allele of the Neurospora crassa S-adenosylmethionine synthetase-encoding gene conferring resistance to the methionine toxic analogue ethionine. Genetics 144:1455-1462.

14. Barry, E. G. 1996. Fungal chromosomes. J. Genet. 75:255-263.

15. Barry, E. G. 1996. Uniparental progeny in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:14.

16. Barton, N. R. and L. S. B. Goldstein. 1996. Going mobile: Microtubule motors and chromosome segregation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 93:1735-1742.

17. Bell-Pedersen, D., J. C. Dunlap and J. J. Loros. 1996. Distinct cis-acting elements mediate clock, light, and developmental regulation of the Neurospora crassa eas (ccg-2) gene. Mol. Cell. Biol. 16:513-521.

18. Bell-Pedersen, D., N. Garceau and J. J. Loros. 1996. Circadian rhythms in fungi. J. Genet. 75:387-401.

19. Bendich, A. J. 1996. Structural analysis of mitochondrial DNA molecules from fungi and plants using moving pictures and pulsed-field gel electrophoresis. J. Mol. Biol. 255:564-588.

20. Bistis, G. N. 1996. Trichogynes and fertilization in uni- and bimating type colonies of Neurospora tetrasperma. Fungal Genet. Biol. 20:93-98.

21. Boteva, R., B. Fillippi and B. Salvato. 1996. Evidences for adenine nucleotide binding in the subunits of Neurospora mitochondrial processing peptidase. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 332:329-334.

22. Boteva, R. and B. Salvato. 1996. Catalytic mechanism of mitochondrial processing peptidase: Fluorescence studies. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 332:323-328.

23. Bowring, F. J. and D. E. A. Catcheside. 1996. Gene conversion alone accounts for more than 90 % of recombination events at the am locus of Neurospora crassa. Genetics 143:129-136.

24. Bowring, F. J. and D. E. A. Catcheside. 1996. Gene conversion alone accounts for more than 90% of recombination events at the am locus of Neurospora crassa. Genetics 143:129-136.

25. Bradoo, S., R. Gupta and R. K. Saxena. 1996. Screening of extracellular tannase-producing fungi: Development of a rapid and simple plate assay. J. Gen. Appl. Microbiol. 42:325-329.

26. Bruchez, J. J. P., J. Eberle, W. Kohler, V. Kruft, A. Radford and V. E. A. Russo. 1996. bli-4, a gene that is rapidly induced by blue light, encodes a novel mitochondrial, short-chain alcohol dehydrogenase-like protein in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Gen. Genet. 252:223-229.

27. Bruno, K. S., J. H. Tinsley, P. F. Minke and M. Plamann. 1996. Genetic interactions among cytoplasmic dynein, dynactin, and nuclear distribution mutants of Neurospora crassa. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 93:4775-4780.

28. Buhr, T. L., S. Oved, G. M. Truesdell, C. Huang, O. Yarden and M. B. Dickman. 1996. A kinase-encoding gene from Colletotrichum trifolii complements a colonial growth mutant of Neurospora crassa. Mol. Gen. Genet. 251:565-572.

29. Calissano, M. and G. Macino. 1996. In vivo site-directed mutagenesis of Neurospora crassa beta-tubulin gene by spheroplasts transformation with oligonucleotides. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:15-16.

30. Cambareri, E. B., H. M. Foss, M. R. Rountree, E. U. Selker and J. A. Kinsey. 1996. Epigenetic control of a transposon-inactivated gene in Neurospora is dependent on DNA methylation. Genetics 143:137-146.

31. Caprara, M. G., G. Mohr and A. M. Lambowitz. 1996. A tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase protein induces tertiary folding of the group I intron catalytic core. J. Mol. Biol. 257:512-531.

32. Carmona, E. C., S. W. Han, M. S. Palma and A. Rossi. 1996. Properties of a polynucleotide synthesized by strain 74A of Neurospora crassa. Phytochemistry 41:345-348.

33. Cermakian, N., T. M. Ikeda, R. Cedergren and M. W. Gray. 1996. Sequences homologous to yeast mitochondrial and bacteriophage T3 and T7 RNA polymerases are widespread throughout the eukaryotic lineage. Nucleic Acids Res. 24:648-654.

34. Chen, B., A. R. Kubelik, S. Mohr and C. A. Breitenberger. 1996. Cloning and characterization of the Neurospora crassa cyt-5 gene: A nuclear-coded mitochondrial RNA polymerase with a polyglutamine repeat. J. Biol. Chem. 271:6537-6544.

35. Cogoni, C., J. T. Irelan, M. Schumacher, T. J. Schmidhauser, E. U. Selker and G. Macino. 1996. Transgene silencing of the al-1 gene in vegetative cells of Neurospora is mediated by a cytoplasmic effector and does not depend on DNA-DNA interactions or DNA methylation. EMBO J. 15:3153-3163.

36. Colandene, J. D. and R. H. Garrett. 1996. Functional dissection and site-directed mutagenesis of the structural gene for NAD(P)H-nitrite reductase in Neurospora crassa. J. Biol. Chem. 271:24096-24104.

37. Court, D. A., R. Kleene, W. Neupert and R. Lill. 1996. Role of the N- and C-termini of porin in import into the outer membrane of Neurospora mitochondria. FEBS Letters 390:73-77.

38. Court, D. A., F. E. Nargang, H. Steiner, R. S. Hodges, W. Neupert and R. Lill. 1996. Role of the intermembrane-space domain of the preprotein receptor Tom22 in protein import into mitochondria. Mol. Cell. Biol. 16:4035-4042.

39. Cujec, T. P. and B. M. Tyler. 1996. Functional promoter elements common to ribosomal protein and ribosomal RNA genes in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Gen. Genet. 253:205-16 issn: 0026-8925.

40. Cujec, T. P. and B. M. Tyler. 1996. Nutritional and growth control of ribosomal protein mRNA and rRNA in Neurospora crassa. Nucleic Acids Res. 24:943-950.

41. da Silva, M. V., P. C. Alves, M. Duarte, N. Mota, A. Lobo-da-Cunha, T. A. A. Harkness, F. E. Nargang and A. Videira. 1996. Disruption of the nuclear gene encoding the 20.8-kDa subunit of NADH: ubiquinone reductase of Neurospora mitochondria. Mol. Gen. Genet. 252:177-183.

42. Davis, R. H. 1996. The fungal genetic system: a historical overview. J. Genet. 75:245-253.

43. Din, A. B., C. A. Specht, P. W. Robbins and O. Yarden. 1996. chs-4, a class IV chitin synthase gene from Neurospora crassa. Mol. Gen. Genet. 250:214-222.

44. Duarte, M., M. Finel and A. Videira. 1996. Primary structure of a ferredoxin-like iron-sulfur subunit of complex I from Neurospora crassa. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1275:151-153.

45. Dunlap, J. C. 1996. Genetics and molecular analysis of circadian rhythms. Annu. Rev. Genet. 30:579-601.

46. Dunlap, J. C., J. J. Loros, M. Merrow, S. Crosthwaite, D. Bell Pedersen, N. Garceau, M. Shinohara, H. Cho and C. Luo. 1996. The genetic and molecular dissection of a prototypic circadian system. Prog. Brain Res. 111:11-27. (-)

47. Dunlap, J. C., M. Sachs and J. Loros. 1996. A recommnendation for naming proteins in Neurospora. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:72.

48. Ebbole, D. J. 1996. Morphogenesis and vegetative differentiation in filamentous fungi. J. Genet. 75:361-374.

49. Ebbole, D. J. and L. Madi. 1996. Identification of a gene from Neurospora crassa with similarity to a glucoamylase gene from Schwanniomyces occidentalis. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:23-24.

50. Feng, B. and G. A. Marzluf. 1996. The regulatory protein NIT4 that mediates nitrate induction in Neurospora crassa contains a complex tripartite activation domain with a novel leucine-rich, acidic motif. Curr. Genet. 29:537-548.

51. Ferea, T. L. and B. J. Bowman. 1996. The vacuolar ATPase of Neurospora crassa is indispensable: Inactivation of the vma-1 gene by repeat-induced point mutation. Genetics 143:147-154.

52. Ferreira, A. B. and N. L. Glass. 1996. PCR from fungal spores after microwave treatment. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:25-26.

53. Ferreira, A. V. B., S. Saupe and N. L. Glass. 1996. Transcriptional analysis of the mt A idiomorph of Neurospora crassa identifies in two genes in addition to mt A-1. Mol. Gen. Genet. 250:767-774.

54. Freitag, M., N. Dighde and M. S. Sachs. 1996. A UV-induced mutation in Neurospora that affects translational regulation in response to arginine. Genetics 142:117-127.

55. Geetha, L. and R. Gadagkar. 1996. How does a fungus know the time of day. Curr. Sci. 70:419-421. (-)

56. Glumoff, T., S. Helin, P. Mazur, J. W. Kozarich and A. Goldman. 1996. Crystallization and preliminary crystallographic analysis of 3-carboxy-cis,cis-muconate lactonizing enzyme from Neurospora crassa. Acta Cryst. D52:221-223.

57. Goldraij, A. and J. A. Curtino. 1996. M-glycogenin, the protein moiety of Neurospora crassa proteoglycogen, is an auto- and transglucosylating enzyme. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Com. 227:909-914.

58. Goodrich Tanrikulu, M., A. E. Stafford, J. T. Lin and T. A. McKeon. 1996. Metabolism of ricinoleate by Neurospora crassa. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 46:382-387. (-)

59. Griffiths, A. J. F. 1996. Mitochondrial inheritance in filamentous fungi. J. Genet. 75:403-414.

60. Han, S. W. and A. Rossi. 1996. Purification and properties of acid phosphatase (EC secreted by strain 74A of the mould Neurospora crassa. World J. Microbiol. Biotech. 12:109-110. (-)

61. Hansberg, W. 1996. A hyperoxidant state at the start of each developmental stage during Neurospora crassa conidiation. Ciencia e Cultura 48:68-74. (-)

62. Homann, V., K. Mende, C. Arntz, V. Ilardi, G. Macino, G. Morelli, G. Böse and B. Tudzynski. 1996. The isoprenoid pathway: Cloning and characterization of fungal FPPS genes. Curr. Genet. 30:232-239.

63. Hynes, M. J. 1996. Genetic transformation of filamentous fungi. J. Genet. 75:297-311.

64. Io, R., J. Pullen, O. Zaimi and G. J. Sorger. 1996. An assay for environmental nitrate that is based on its reduction to nitrite by nitrite reductase deficient Neurospora mycelia. Environmental Tech. 17:661-666. (-)

65. Irelan, J. T. and E. U. Selker. 1996. Gene silencing in filamentous fungi - RIP, MIP and quelling. J. Genet. 75:313-324.

66. Ivey, F. D., P. N. Hodge, G. E. Turner and K. A. Borkovich. 1996. The G-alpha-i homologue gna-1 controls multiple differentiation pathways in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Biol. Cell 7:1283-1297. (-)

67. Jeong, S. S. and V. Schirch. 1996. Role of cytosolic serine hydroxymethyltransferase in one-carbon metabolism in Neurospora crassa. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 335:333-341.

68. Kallies, A., G. Gebauer and L. Rensing. 1996. Light effects on cyclic nucleotide levels and phase shifting of the circadian clock in Neurospora crassa. Photochem. Photobiol. 63:336-343.

69. Kana-Uchi, A. and T. Murayama. 1996. Formation of a large number of conidia. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:27.

70. Kothe, G. O. and S. J. Free. 1996. Protocol for the Electroporation of Neurospora Spheroplasts. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:31-32.

71. Lakin Thomas, P. L. 1996. Effects of choline depletion on the circadian rhythm in Neurospora crassa. Biological Rhythm Res. 27:12-30.

72. Lamb, B. C. 1996. Ascomycete genetics: the part played by ascus segregation phenomena in our understanding of the mechanisms of recombination. Mycol. Res. 100:1025-1059.

73. Lauter, F. R. 1996. Molecular genetics of fungal photobiology. J. Genet. 75:375-386.

74. Leal, J. A., J. Jiménez-Barbero, B. Gómez-Miranda, A. Prieto, J. Domenech and M. Bernabé. 1996. Structural investigation of a cell-wall galactomannan from Neurospora crassa and N. sitophila. Carbohydrate Res. 283:215-222.

75. Lee, K. and D. J. Ebbole. 1996. A reliable microplate assay for determination of b-galactosidase activity in Neurospora crassa strains bearing lacZ fusions. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:35-36.

76. Leslie, J. F. and K. K. Klein. 1996. Female fertility and mating type effects on effective population size and evolution in filamentous fungi. Genetics 144:557-567.

77. Leslie, J. F. and K. A. Zeller. 1996. Heterokaryon incompatibility in fungi - More than just another way to die. J. Genet. 75:415-424.

78. Lewis, M. T. and J. F. Feldman. 1996. Evolution of the frequency (frq) clock locus in Ascomycete fungi. Mol. Biol. Evol. 13:1233-1241.

79. Li, Q. and G. A. Marzluf. 1996. Determination of the Neurospora crassa CYS 3 sulfur regulatory protein consensus DNA-binding site: Amino-acid substitutions in the CYS3 bZIP domain that alter DNA-binding specificity. Curr. Genet. 30:298-304.

80. Li, Q., R. G. Ritzel, L. L. T. McLean, L. McIntosh, T. Ko, H. Bertrand and F. E. Nargang. 1996. Cloning and analysis of the alternative oxidase gene of Neurospora crassa. Genetics 142:129-140.

81. Li, Q., L. Zhou and G. A. Marzluf. 1996. Functional in vivo studies of the Neurospora crassa cys-14 gene upstream region: Importance of CYS3-binding sites for regulated expression. Mol. Microbiol. 22:109-117.

82. Lill, R. and W. Neupert. 1996. Mechanisms of protein import across the mitochondrial outer membrane. Trends in Cell Biology 6:56-61. (-)

83. Lin, S. F., J. C. Lee and C. M. Chiou. 1996. Purification and characterization of a lipase from Neurospora sp. TT-241. J. Amer. Oil Chem. Soc. 73:739-745.

84. Liu, J. W., G. Turian and F. Barja. 1995. A stringent role of F-actin in the ascogonial differentiation of Neurospora crassa Fluffy mutant. Folia Microbiologica 40:665-668. (-)

85. Liu, Q. and J. C. Dunlap. 1996. Isolation and analysis of the arg-13 gene of Neurospora crassa. Genetics 143:1163-1174.

86. Lobo-Hajdu, G., H. P. Braun, N. Romp, L. A. Grivell, J. A. Berden and U. K. Schmitz. 1996. Subunit VII of ubiquinol:cytochrome-c oxidoreductase from Neurospora crassa is functional in yeast and has an N-terminal extension that is not essential for mitochondrial targeting. Biochem. J. 320:769-775.

87. Loubradou, G., J. Bégueret and B. Turcq. 1996. An additional copy of the adenylate cyclase-encoding gene relieves developmental defects produced by a mutation in a vegetative incompatibility-controlling gene in Podospora anserina. Gene 170:119-123.

88. Luo, Z. and M. S. Sachs. 1996. Role of an upstream open reading frame in mediating arginine-specific translational control in Neurospora crassa. J. Bacter. 178:2172-2177.

89. Mahanty, S. K. and G. A. Scarborough. 1996. Site-directed mutagenesis of the cysteine residues in the Neurospora crassa plasma membrane H+-ATPase. J. Biol. Chem. 271:367-371.

90. Maheshwari, R. 1996. Special issue on genetics of filamentous fungi in honour of Perkins, David, D.: Preface. J. Genet. 75:239-243.

91. Maier, J. and H. Ninnemann. 1996. Quantification of light-promoted conidiation of Neurospora crassa bd, al-2 using a video system and densitometry software. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:68-70.

92. Mautino, M. R., J. L. Barra and A. L. Rosa. 1996. eth-1, the Neurospora crassa locus encoding S-adenosylmethionine synthetase: Molecular cloning, sequence analysis and in vivo overexpression. Genetics 142:789-800.

93. Melnik, V. I. and B. J. Bowman. 1996. Isolation of the vma-6 gene encoding a 41 kDa subunit of the Neurospora crassa vacuolar ATPase, and an adjoining gene encoding a ribosome-associated protein. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1273:77-83.

94. Merino, S. T., M. A. Nelson, D. J. Jacobson and D. O. Natvig. 1996. Pseudohomothallism and evolution of the mating-type chromosome in Neurospora tetrasperma. Genetics 143:789-799.

95. Meyer, P. 1996. Repeat-induced gene silencing: Common mechanisms in plants and fungi. Biol. Chem. Hoppe Seyler 377:87-95.

96. Mishra, N. C. 1996. Large scale solubilization of coal and bioconversion to utilizable energy. South Carolina Univ., Columbia. (-)

97. Mizoguchi, K., K. Oda and K. Hasunuma. 1996. Blue light induced ADP ribosylation of 38 and 56 kDa proteins in the soluble fraction of mycelia of I. J. Photochem. Photobiol. B 35:197-201. (-)

98. Mizote, T., M. Bibbins, P. J. Sheffield and I. F. Connerton. 1996. Gel mobility shift scanning of the acetate-inducible promoters from Neurospora crassa reveals a common co-inducible DNA-binding protein. Mol. Gen. Genet. 250:421-427.

99. Moo Young, M., Y. Chisti, Z. Zhang, F. Garrido, U. Banerjee and D. Vlach. 1996. Bioprocessing with genetically modified and other organisms: case studies in processing constraints. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. 782:391-401. (-)

100. Myers, C. A., G. J. Wallweber, R. Rennard, Y. Kemel, M. G. Caprara, G. Mohr and A. M. Lambowitz. 1996. A tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase suppresses structural defects in the two major helical domains of the group I intron catalytic core. J. Mol. Biol. 262:87-104.

101. Nakashima, H. and K. Onai. 1996. The circadian conidiation rhythm in Neurospora crassa. Seminars Cell Develop. Biol. 7:765-774. (-)

102. Natvig, D. O. and G. May. 1996. Fungal evolution and speciation. J. Genet. 75:441-452.

103. Nelson, M. A. 1996. Mating systems in ascomycetes: A romp in the sac. Trends in Genetics 12:69-74.

104. Ninnemann, H. and J. Maier. 1996. Indications for the occurrence of nitric oxide synthases in fungi and plants and the involvement in photoconidiation of Neurospora crassa. Photochem. Photobiol. 64:393-398.

105. Noventa-Jordão, M. A., M. de Lourdes, T. M. Polizeli, B. M. Bonini, J. A. Jorge and H. F. Terenzi. 1996. Effects of temperature shifts on the activities of Neurospora crassa glycogen synthase, glycogen phosphorylase and trehalose-6-phosphate synthase. FEBS Letters 378:32-36.

106. Pandit, A. and R. Maheshwari. 1996. A demonstration of the role of het genes in heterokaryon formation in Neurospora under simulated field conditions. Fungal Genet. Biol. 20:99-102. (-)

107. Pandit, A. and R. Maheshwari. 1996. Life-history of Neurospora intermedia in a sugar cane field. J. Biosci. 21:57-79.

108. Pastore, G. M., Y. K. Park and D. B. Min. 1995. Production of fruity aroma by Neurospora species isolated from Beiju. Revista de Microbiologia 26:55-58. (-)

109. Pawlowski, P., I. Szutowicz, S. Rzycki, J. Zielinski and M. Fikus. 1996. Bioelectrorheological model of the cell: VI. Experimental verification of the rheological model of cytoplasmic membrane. Biophys. J. 70:1024-1026.

110. Pazirandeh, M. 1996. Development of a metallothionein based heavy metal biosorbent. Biochem. Mol. Biol. Internatl. 39:789-795. (-)

111. Peleg, Y., R. Addison, R. Aramayo and R. L. Metzenberg. 1996. Translocation of Neurospora crassa transcription factor NUC-1 into the nucleus is induced by phosphorus limitation. Fungal Genet. Biol. 20:185-191.

112. Peleg, Y., R. Aramayo, A. B. Bleecker and R. L. Metzenberg. 1996. A gas emitted by Neusorpora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:41-42.

113. Peleg, Y., R. Aramayo, S. Kang, J. G. Hall and R. L. Metzenberg. 1996. NUC-2, a component of the phosphate-regulated signal transduction pathway in Neurospora crassa, is an ankyrin repeat protein. Mol. Gen. Genet. 252:709-716.

114. Perkins, D. D. 1996. Methods for extracting markers from Spore killer strains of Neusorpora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:43-44.

115. Perkins, D. D. 1996. Recommendations regarding Neusorpora genetic nomenclature. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:73-75.

116. Plamann, M. 1996. Nuclear division, nuclear distribution and cytokinesis in filamentous fungi. J. Genet. 75:351-360.

117. Popp, B., D. A. Court, R. Benz, W. Neupert and R. Lill. 1996. The role of the N and C termini of recombinant Neurospora mitochondrial porin in channel formation and voltage-dependent gating. J. Biol. Chem. 271:13593-13599.

118. Pyle, A. M. 1996. Role of metal ions in ribozymes. Met. Ions Biol. Syst. 32:479-520.

119. Radford, A., J. J. P. Bruchez, F. Taleb and P. J. Stone. 1996. Mutation in Neurospora crassa: from X-rays to RIP, p. 281-294. In Fungal genetics principles and practice, New York. (-)

120. Raju, N. B. 1996. Meiotic drive in fungi: chromosomal elements that cause fratricide and distort genetic ratios. J. Genet. 75:287-296.

121. Rastogi, T., T. L. Beattie, J. E. Olive and R. A. Collins. 1996. A long-range pseudoknot is required for activity of the Neurospora VS ribozyme. EMBO J. 15:2820-2825.

122. Rawat, U. B. and M. B. Rao. 1996. Purification, kinetic characterization and involvement of tryptophan residue at the NADPH binding site of xylose reductase from Neurospora crassa. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1293:222-230.

123. Rensing, L. and C. Monnerjahn. 1996. Heat shock proteins and circadian rhythms. Chronobiol. Internat. 13:239-250. (-)

124. Rostovtseva, T. and M. Colombini. 1996. ATP flux is controlled by a voltage-gated channel from the mitochondrial outer membrane. J. Biol. Chem. 271:28006-28008.

125. Ruoff, P., S. Mohsenzadeh and L. Rensing. 1996. Circadian rhythms and protein turnover: the effect of temperature on the period lengths of clock mutants simulated by the Goodwin oscillator. Naturwissenschaften 83:514-517.

126. Ruoff, P. and L. Rensing. 1996. The temperature-compensated Goodwin model simulates many circadian clock properties. J. Theor. Biol. 179:275-285.

127. Sadakane, Y. and H. Nakashima. 1996. Light-induced phase shifting of the circadian conidiation rhythm is inhibited by calmodulin antagonists in Neurospora crassa. J. Biol. Rhythms 11:234-240.

128. Sadakane, Y., K. Onai, M. Akiyama and H. Nakashima. 1996. The RFLP mapping of the calmodulin gene of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 43:45-47.

129. Saldanha, R., A. Ellington and A. M. Lambowitz. 1996. Analysis of the CYT-18 protein binding site at the junction of stacked helices in a Group I intron RNA by quantitative binding assays and in vitro selection. J. Mol. Biol. 261:23-42.

130. Saupe, S., L. Stenberg, K. T. Shiu, A. J. F. Griffiths and N. L. Glass. 1996. The molecular nature of mutations in the mt A-1 gene of the Neurospora crassa A idiomorph and their relation to mating-type function. Mol. Gen. Genet. 250:115-122.

131. Saupe, S. J., G. A. Kuldau, M. L. Smith and N. L. Glass. 1996. The product of the het-C heterokaryon incompatibility gene of Neurospora crassa has characteristics of a glycine-rich cell wall protein. Genetics 143:1589-1600.

132. Say, J. C., R. P. M. Furriel, P. Ciancaglini, J. A. Jorge, M. Lourdes, T. M. Polizeli, J. M. Pizauro, H. F. Terenzi and F. A. Leone. 1996. Conidial alkaline phosphatase from Neurospora crassa. Phytochemistry 41:71-75.

133. Sehgal, A., A. Ousley and M. Hunter Ensor. 1996. Control of circadian rhythms by a two-component clock. Mol. Cell. Neurosci. 7:165-172. (-)

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135. Shao, L., K. W. Kinnally and C. A. Mannella. 1996. Circular dichroism studies of the mitochondrial channel, VDAC, from Neurospora crassa. Biophys. J. 71:778-786.

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