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1. Agnan, J., C. Korch and C. Selitrennikoff. 1997. Cloning heterologous genes: problems and approaches. Fungal Genet. Biol. 21:292-301.

2. Arie, T., S. K. Christiansen, O. C. Yoder and B. G. Turgeon. 1997. Efficient cloning of ascomycete mating type genes by PCR amplification of the conserved MAT HMG box. Fungal Genet. Biol. 21:118-130.

3. Aslanidi, K. B., O. V. Aslanidi, D. M. Vachadze, O. A. Mornev, T. V. Potapova, L. M. Chailakhyan and E. G. Shtemanetyan. 1997. Analysis of electrical phenomena accompanying the growth of Neurospora crassa hyphae: theory and experiment. Membr. Cell. Biol. 11:349-365. (-)

4. Aslanidi, K. B., O. V. Aslanidi, D. M. Vachadze, T. V. Potapova and L. M. Chailakhian. 1997. Energy and metabolic intercellular interaction in the growth region of Neurospora crassa. Dokl. Akad. Nauk. 352:826-830. (-)

5. Baasiri, R. A., X. Lu, P. S. Rowley, G. E. Turner and K. A. Borkovich. 1997. Overlapping functions for two G protein a subunits in Neurospora crassa. Genetics 147:137-145.

6. Baidyaroy, D. and H. Bertrand. 1997. Method for the isolation of circular mitochondrial plasmids from filamentous fungi. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:8-9.

7. Ballario, P. and G. Macino. 1997. White collar proteins: PASsing the light signal in Neurospora crassa. Trends Microbiol. 5:458-462. (-)

8. Banks, C. W., S. N. Bennett and W. A. Krissinger. 1997. Allelism of the mutants ovc and cut of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:10.

9. Beattie, T. L. and R. A. Collins. 1997. Identification of functional domains in the self-cleaving Neurospora VS ribozyme using damage selection. J. Mol. Biol. 267:830-840.

10. Bennett, J. W. 1997. White paper: Genomics for filamentous fungi. Fungal Genet. Biol. 21:3-7.

11. Blatt, M. R., L. Maurousset and A. A. Meharg. 1997. High-affinity NO3--H+ cotransport in the fungus Neurospora: induction and control by pH and membrane voltage. J. Membr. Biol. 160:59-76.

12. Bowman, E. J., F. J. O'Neill and B. J. Bowman. 1997. Mutations of pma-1, the gene encoding the plasma membrane H+-ATPase of Neurospora crassa, suppress inhibition of growth by concanamycin A, a specific inhibitor of vacuolar ATPases. J. Biol. Chem. 272:14776-14786.

13. Braun, H. P. and U. K. Schmitz. 1997. The mitochondrial processing peptidase. Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol. 29:1043-1045. (-)

14. Brower, J. B., R. L. Ryan and M. Pazirandeh. 1997. Comparison of ion-exchange resins and biosorbents for the removal of heavy metals from plating factory wastewater. Environ. Sci. Tech. 31:2910-2914. (-)

15. Burgstaller, W. 1997. Transport of small lons and molecules through the plasma membrane of filamentous fungi. Crit. Rev. Microbiol. 23:1-46.

16. Calderon, J., L. Olvera, L. M. Martinez and G. Davila. 1997. A Neurospora crassa mutant altered in the regulation of L-amino acid oxidase. Microbiology 143:1969-1974.

17. Capelli, N., F. Barja, D. van Tuinen, J. Monnat, G. Turian and R. O. Perez. 1997. Purification of a 47-kDa calmodulin-binding polypeptide as an actin-binding protein from Neurospora crassa. FEMS Micro. Lett. 147:215-220.

18. Chen, B. and A. M. Lambowitz. 1997. De novo and DNA primer-mediated initiation of cDNA synthesis by the Mauriceville retroplasmid reverse transcriptase involve recognition of a 3' CCA sequence. J. Mol. Biol. 271:311-332.

19. Chiang, C. C. and A. M. Lambowitz. 1997. The Mauriceville retroplasmid reverse transcriptase initiates cDNA synthesis de novo at the 3' end of tRNAs. Mol. Cell. Biol. 17:4526-4535.

20. Codon, A. C., Y. S. Lee and V. E. A. Russo. 1997. Novel pattern of DNA methylation in Neurospora crassa transgenic for the foreign gene hph. Nucleic Acids Res. 25:2409-2416.

21. Coffin, J. W., R. Dhillon, R. G. Ritzel and F. E. Nargang. 1997. The Neurospora crassa cya-5 nuclear gene encodes a protein with a region of homology to the Saccharomyces cerevisiae PET309 protein and is required in a post-transcriptional step for the expression of the mitochondrially encoded COXI protein. Curr. Genet. 32:273-280.

22. Cogoni, C. and G. Macino. 1997. Isolation of quelling-defective (qde) mutants impaired in posttranscriptional transgene-induced gene silencing in Neurospora crassa. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U S A 94:10233-10238.

23. Colandene, J. D. and R. H. Garrett. 1997. Isolation of cDNA representing a gene with minimal expression in nit-4 mutant Neurospora crassa mycelia, yet not regulated by nitrate induction. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:11-12.

24. Coppin, E., R. Debuchy, S. Arnaise and M. Picard. 1997. Mating types and sexual development in filamentous ascomycetes. Microbiol. Mol. Biol. Rev. 61:411-428. (-)

25. Cross, R. A. 1997. Reversing the kinesin ratchet--a diverting tail. Nature 389:15-16.

26. Crosthwaite, S. K., J. C. Dunlap and J. J. Loros. 1997. Neurospora wc-1 and wc-2: Transcription, photoresponses, and the origins of circadian rhythmicity. Science 276:763-769.

27. de Kroon, A. I. P. M., D. Dolis, A. Mayer, R. Lill and B. De Kruijff. 1997. Phospholipid composition of highly purified mitochondrial outer membranes of rat liver and Neurospora crassa. Is cardiolipin present in the mitochondrial outer membrane? Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1325:108-116.

28. de Serres, F. J., H. V. Malling, H. E. Brockman and T. M. Ong. 1997. Quantitative and qualitative comparison of spontaneous and chemical-induced specific-locus mutation in the ad-3 region of heterokaryon 12 of Neurospora crassa. Mutation Res. 375:53-72.

29. Duarte, M., U. Schulte and A. Videira. 1997. Identification of the TYKY homologous subunit of complex I from Neurospora crassa. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1322:237-241.

30. Fang, J., Y. Qu and P. Gao. 1997. Wide distribution of cellobiose-oxidizing enzymes in wood-rot fungus indicates a physiological importance in lignocellulosics degradation. Biotech. Tech. 11:195-197. (-)

31. Fracella, F., C. Scholle, A. Kallies, T. Hfker, T. Schrder and L. Rensing. 1997. Differential HSC70 expression during asexual development of Neurospora crassa. Microbiology 143:3615-3624.

32. Freitag, D. G., P. M. Ouimet, T. L. Girvitz and M. Kapoor. 1997. Heat shock protein 80 of Neurospora crassa, a cytosolic molecular chaperone of the eukaryotic stress 90 family, interacts directly with heat shock protein 70. Biochemistry 36:10221-10229.

33. Garceau, N. Y., Y. Liu, J. J. Loros and J. C. Dunlap. 1997. Alternative initiation of translation and time-specific phosphorylation yield multiple forms of the essential clock protein FREQUENCY. Cell 89:469-476.

34. Glass, N. L. and C. Staben. 1997. Neurospora mating type symbol mt revised to mat. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:64.

35. Gunebaut, V., R. Vincentelli, D. Mills, H. Weiss and K. R. Leonard. 1997. Three-dimensional structure of NADH-dehydrogenase from Neurospora crassa by electron microscopy and conical tilt reconstruction. J. Mol. Biol. 265:409-418.

36. Hagemann, A. T., J. T. Irelan and E. U. Selker. 1997. A simple plating assay for aneuploidy in sexual progeny of Neurospora crassa, and a new allele of mei-1. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:15-18.

37. Hall, J. C. 1997. Circadian pacemakers blowing hot and cold-but they're clocks, not thermometers. Cell 90:9-12.

38. Han, J. S. 1997. Mutagenic activity and specificity of hydrogen peroxide in the ad-3 forward-mutation test in two-component heterokaryons of Neurospora crassa. Mutation Res. 374:169-184.

39. Heckmann, S., M. Schliwa and E. Kube-Granderath. 1997. Primary structure of Neurospora crassa g-tubulin. Gene 199:303-309.

40. Henikoff, S. and M. A. Matzke. 1997. Exploring and explaining epigenetic effects. Trends Genet. 13:293-295.

41. Henningsen, U. and M. Schliwa. 1997. Reversal in the direction of movement of a molecular motor. Nature 389:93-96.

42. Hood, S. V., C. B. Moore and D. W. Denning. 1997. Neurospora sitophila pulmonary infection in a patient with AIDS. Aids Patient Care and STD's 11:223-226. (-)

43. Hunt, I. E. and B. J. Bowman. 1997. Isolation of a DNA fragment that encodes part of an ATP dependent RNA helicase in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:27-28.

44. Irelan, J. T. and E. U. Selker. 1997. Cytosine methylation associated with repeat-induced point mutation causes epigenetic gene silencing in Neurospora crassa. Genetics 146:509-523.

45. Ito, S., Y. Matsui, A. Toh-e, T. Harashima and H. Inoue. 1997. Isolation and characterization of the krev-1 gene, a novel member of ras superfamily in Neurospora crassa: involvement in sexual cycle progression. Mol. Gen. Genet. 255:429-437.

46. Iwasaki, K. and J. H. Thomas. 1997. Genetics in rhythm. Trends Genet. 13:111-115.

47. Jeenes, D. J., R. Pfaller and D. B. Archer. 1997. Isolation and characterisation of a novel stress-inducible PDI-family gene from Aspergillus niger. Gene 193:151-156.

48. Jung, O., E. Lee, J. Kim, Y. Chung, C. Lee, O. J. Jung, E. J. Lee, J. W. Kim, Y. R. Chung and C. W. Lee. 1997. Identification of putative phosphoinositide-specific phospholipase C genes in filamentous fungi. Molecules and Cells 7:192-199. (-)

49. Kana-uchi, A., C. T. Yamashiro, S. Tanabe and T. Murayama. 1997. A ras homologue of Neurospora crassa regulates morphology. Mol. Gen. Genet. 254:427-432.

50. Karley, A. J., S. I. Powell and J. M. Davies. 1997. Effect of nonylphenol on growth of Neurospora crassa and Candida albicans. Appl. Environ. Micro. 63:1312-1317.

51. Keenan, K. A. and R. L. Weiss. 1997. Characterization of vacuolar arginine uptake and amino acid efflux in Neurospora crassa using cupric ion to permeabilize the plasma membrane. Fungal Genet. Biol. 22:177-190.

52. Kronstad, J. W. and C. Staben. 1997. Mating type in filamentous fungi. Annu. Rev. Genet. 31:245-276.

53. Lakin Thomas, P. L., S. Brody and G. G. Cote. 1997. Temperature compensation and membrane composition in Neurospora crassa. Chronobiol. Int. 14:445-454. (-)

54. Lauter, F. R., C. T. Yamashiro and C. Yanofsky. 1997. Light stimulation of conidiation in Neurospora crassa: Studies with the wild-type strain and mutants wc-1, wc-2 and acon-2. J. Photochem. Photobiol. 37:203-211. (-)

55. Leslie, J. F. and C. T. Yamashiro. 1997. Effects of the tol mutation on allelic interactions at het loci in Neurospora crassa. Genome 40:834-840. (-)

56. Lewis, M. T., L. W. Morgan and J. F. Feldman. 1997. Analysis of frequency (frq) clock gene homologs: Evidence for a helix-turn-helix transcription factor. Mol. Gen. Genet. 253:401-414.

57. Li, C., M. S. Sachs and T. J. Schmidhauser. 1997. Developmental and photoregulation of three Neurospora crassa carotenogenic genes during conidiation induced by desiccation. Fungal Genet. Biol. 21:101-108.

58. Linden, H., P. Ballario and G. Macino. 1997. Blue light regulation in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet Biol. 22:141-150.

59. Linden, H. and G. Macino. 1997. White collar 2, a partner in blue-light signal transduction, controlling expression of light-regulated genes in Neurospora crassa. EMBO J. 16:98-109.

60. Linden, H., M. Rodriguez-Franco and G. Macino. 1997. Mutants of Neurospora crassa defective in regulation of blue light perception. Mol. Gen. Genet. 254:111-118.

61. Liu, Y., N. Y. Garceau, J. J. Loros and J. C. Dunlap. 1997. Thermally regulated translation control of FRQ mediates aspects of temperature responses in the Neurospora circadian clock. Cell 89:477-486.

62. Madi, L., S. A. McBride, L. A. Bailey and D. J. Ebbole. 1997. rco-3, a gene involved in glucose transport and conidiation in Neurospora crassa. Genetics 146:499-508.

63. Margolin, B. S., M. Freitag and E. U. Selker. 1997. Improved plasmids for gene targeting at the his-3 locus of Neurospora crassa by electroporation. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:34-36.

64. Marshall, M., K. Gull and P. Jeffries. 1997. Monoclonal antibodies as probes for fungal wall structure during morphogenesis. Microbiology 143:2255-2265.

65. Marzluf, G. A. 1997. Genetic regulation of nitrogen metabolism in the fungi. Microbiol. Mol. Biol. Rev. 61:17-32. (-)

66. Marzluf, G. A. 1997. Molecular genetics of sulfur assimilation in filamentous fungi and yeast. Annu. Rev. Microbiol. 51:73-96. (-)

67. McKeon, T. A., M. Goodrich-Tanrikulu, J. T. Lin and A. Stafford. 1997. Pathways for fatty acid elongation and desaturation in Neurospora crassa. Lipids 32:1-5.

68. Meinhardt, F., R. Schaffrath and M. Larsen. 1997. Microbial linear plasmids. Appl. Micro. Biotech. 47:329-336. (-)

69. Merrow, M. W., N. Y. Garceau and J. C. Dunlap. 1997. Dissection of a circadian oscillation into descrete domains. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U S A 94:3877-3882.

70. Millar, A. J. 1997. Circadian rhythms: PASsing time. Curr. Biol. 7:R474-R476. (-)

71. Monnat, J., R. O. Perez and G. Turian. 1997. Molecular cloning and expression studies of two divergent a-tubulin genes in Neurospora crassa. FEMS Micro. Lett. 150:33-41.

72. Moreno Ancillo, A., J. Vicente, L. Gomez, J. A. Martin Barroso, P. Barranco, R. Cabanas and M. C. Lopez Serrano. 1997. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis related to a covered and heated swimming pool environment. Int. Arch. Allergy Immunol. 114:205-206. (-)

73. Morgan, L. W. and J. F. Feldman. 1997. Isolation and characterization of a temperature-sensitive circadian clock mutant of Neurospora crassa. Genetics 146:525-530.

74. Nega, E. and G. Grunwaldt. 1997. Evidence for and characterization of cytochrome P-450 in Neurospora crassa. J. Basic Micro. 37:139-145.

75. Nelson, M. A., S. Kang, E. L. Braun, M. E. Crawford, P. L. Dolan, P. M. Leonard, J. Mitchell, A. M. Armijo, L. Bean, E. Blueyes, T. Cushing, A. Errett, M. Fleharty, M. Gorman, K. Judson, R. Miller, J. Ortega, I. Pavlova, J. Perea, S. Todisco, R. Trujillo, J. Valentine, A. Wells, M. Werner Washburne and D. O. Natvig. 1997. Expressed sequences from conidial, mycelial, and sexual stages of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 21:348-363.

76. Nelson, M. A., S. T. Merino and R. L. Metzenberg. 1997. A putative rhamnogalacturonase required for sexual development of Neurospora crassa. Genetics 146:531-540.

77. Oda, K. and K. Hasunuma. 1997. Genetic analysis of signal transduction through light-induced protein phosphorylation in Neurospora crassa perithecia. Mol. Gen. Genet. 256:593-601.

78. Onai, K. and H. Nakashima. 1997. Mutation of the cys-9 gene, which encodes thioredoxin reductase, affects the circadian conidiation rhythm in Neurospora crassa. Genetics 146:101-110.

79. Pace, M., D. Agnellini, G. Lippoli and R. L. Berger. 1997. Hydrophobic properties of NAD glycohydrolase from Neurospora crassa conidia and interaction with dioxane, p. 389-397. In ADP ribosylation in animal tissues structure, function, and biology of mono ADP ribosyl transferases and related enzymes, Plenum, New York. (-)

80. Pan, H., B. Feng and G. A. Marzluf. 1997. Two distinct protein-protein interactions between the NIT2 and NMR regulatory proteins are required to establish nitrogen metabolite repression in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Microbiol. 26:721-729.

81. Pandit, A., P. Delhi and R. Maheshwari. 1997. Syntrophic growth of auxotrophic strains of Neurospora crassa by cross-feeding. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:37-40.

82. Parton, R. M., S. Fischer, R. Malh--, O. Papasouliotis, T. C. Jelitto, T. Leonard and N. D. Read. 1997. Pronounced cytoplasmic pH gradients are not required for tip growth in plant and fungal cells. J. Cell Sci. 110:1187-1198.

83. Pawlowski, P., A. Poznanska and M. Fikus. 1997. Bioelectrorheological model of the cell. 7. Cellular deformation in the presence of cytochalasin B. Biorheology 34:171-193. (-)

84. Pedersen, L., M. van Zeijl, S. V. Johann and B. O'Hara. 1997. Fungal phosphate transporter serves as a receptor backbone for gibbon ape leukemia virus. J. Virol. 71:7619-7622.

85. Perera, T. H., D. W. Gregory, D. Marshall and N. A. Gow. 1997. Contact-sensing by hyphae of dermatophytic and saprophytic fungi. J. Med. Vet. Mycol. 35:289-293. (-)

86. Perkins, D. D. 1997. Chromosome rearrangements in Neurospora and other filamentous fungi. Adv. Genet. 36:239-398.

87. Perkins, D. D., B. S. Margolin, E. U. Selker and S. D. Haedo. 1997. Occurrence of repeat induced point mutation in long segmental duplications of Neurospora. Genetics 147:125-136.

88. Phadtare, S. U., U. B. Rawat and M. B. Rao. 1997. Purification and characterization of xylitol dehydrogenase from Neurospora crassa. FEMS Micro. Lett. 146:79-83.

89. Pillonel, C. and T. Meyer. 1997. Effect of phenylpyrroles on glycerol accumulation and protein kinase activity of Neurospora crassa. Pesticide Science 49:229-236.

90. Prokisch, H., O. Yarden, M. Dieminger, M. Tropschug and I. B. Barthelmess. 1997. Impairment of calcineurin function in Neurospora crassa reveals its essential role in hyphal growth, morphology and maintenance of the apical Ca2+ gradient. Mol. Gen. Genet. 256:104-114.

91. Quondam, M., C. Barbato, A. Pickford, M. Helmer-Citterich and G. Macino. 1997. Homology modeling of Neurospora crassa geranylgeranyl pyrophosphate synthase: structural interpretation of mutant phenotypes. Protein Eng. 10:1047-1055(-)

92. Radford, A. and J. H. Parish. 1997. The genome and genes of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 21:258-266.

93. Rapaport, D., W. Neupert and R. Lill. 1997. Mitochondrial protein import. Tom40 plays a major role in targeting and translocation of preproteins by forming a specific binding site for the presequence. J. Biol. Chem. 272:18725-18731.

94. Rasmussen-Wilson, S. J., J. S. Palas, V. J. Wolf, C. S. Taft and C. P. Selitrennikoff. 1997. Expression of a plant protein by Neurospora crassa. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 63:3488-3493.

95. Rawat, U. and M. Rao. 1997. Site and significance of cysteine residues in xylose reductase from Neurospora crassa as deduced by fluorescence studies. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 239:789-793.

96. Rawat, U. B. and M. B. Rao. 1997. Conformation and microenvironment of the active site of xylose reductase inferred by fluorescent chemoaffinity labeling. Euro. J. Biochem. 246:344-349.

97. Rensing, L., S. Mohsenzadeh, P. Ruoff and U. Meyer. 1997. Temperature compensation of the circadian period length--a special case among general homeostatic mechanisms of gene expression? Chronobiol. Int. 14:481-498. (-)

98. Rosa, A. L., S. D. Haedo, E. D. Temporini, G. A. Borioli and M. R. Mautino. 1997. Mapping chromosome landmarks in the centromere I region of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 21:315-322.

99. Rostovtseva, T. and M. Colombini. 1997. VDAC channels mediate and gate the flow of ATP: Implications for the regulation of mitochondrial function. Biophys. J. 72:1954-1962.

100. Rountree, M. R. and E. U. Selker. 1997. DNA methylation inhibits elongation but not initiation of transcription in Neurospora crassa. Genes Dev. 11:2383-2395.

101. Ruoff, P., L. Rensing, R. Kommedal and S. Mohsenzadeh. 1997. Modeling temperature compensation in chemical and biological oscillators. Chronobiol. Int. 14:499-510. (-)

102. Sachs, M. S., E. U. Selker, B. Lin, C. J. Roberts, Z. Luo, D. Vaught-Alexander and B. S. Margolin. 1997. Expression of herpes virus thymidine kinase in Neurospora crassa. Nucleic Acids Res. 25:2389-2395.

103. Sahni, M. and J. A. Kinsey. 1997. Identification and cloning of the Neurospora crassa glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase gene, gpd-1. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:47-49.

104. Saupe, S. J. and N. L. Glass. 1997. Allelic specificity at the het-c heterokaryon incompatibility locus of Neurospora crassa is determined by a highly variable domain. Genetics 146:1299-1309.

105. Scarborough, G. A. 1997. Emerging structure of the Neurospora plasma membrane H+-ATPase. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. 834:1-8. (-)

106. Schmidhauser, T. J., Y. Z. Liu, H. Liu and S. Zhou. 1997. Genome analysis in Neurospora crassa; cloning of four loci arginine-1 (arg-1), methionine-6 (met-6), unknown-7 (un-7), and ribosome production-1 (rip-1) and associated chromosome walking. Fungal Genet. Biol. 21:323-328.

107. Schumacher, M. M., C. S. Enderlin and C. P. Selitrennikoff. 1997. The osmotic-1 locus of Neurospora crassa encodes a putative histidine kinase similar to osmosensors of bacteria and yeast. Curr. Micro. 34:340-347.

108. Seiler, S., F. E. Nargang, G. Steinberg and M. Schliwa. 1997. Kinesin is essential for cell morphogenesis and polarized secretion in Neurospora crassa. EMBO J. 16:3025-3034.

109. Selker, E. U. 1997. Epigenetic phenomena in filamentous fungi: useful paradigms or repeat-induced confusion? Trends Genet. 13:296-301.

110. Sirrenberg, C., M. Endres, K. Becker, M. F. Bauer, E. Walther, W. Neupert and M. Brunner. 1997. Functional cooperation and stoichiometry of protein translocases of the outer and inner membranes of mitochondria. J. Biol. Chem. 272:29963-29966.

111. Skupski, M. P., D. A. Jackson and D. O. Natvig. 1997. Phylogenetic analysis of heterothallic Neurospora species. Fungal Genet. Biol. 21:153-162.

112. St Leger, R. J., L. Joshi and D. W. Roberts. 1997. Adaptation of proteases and carbohydrases of saprophytic, phytopathogenic and entomopathogenic fungi to the requirements of their ecological niches. Microbiology 143:1983-1992.

113. Su, W. W. and B. J. He. 1997. Secreted enzyme production by fungal pellets in a perfusion bioreactor. J. Biotech. 54:43-52. (-)

114. Suresh, K. and C. Subramanyam. 1997. A putative role for calmodulin in the activation of Neurospora crassa chitin synthase. FEMS Micro. Lett. 150:95-100.

115. Sweigard, J. A., F. Chumley, A. Carroll, L. Farrall and B. Valent. 1997. A series of vectors for fungal transformation. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:52-53.

116. Szoor, B., V. Dombradi, P. Gergely and Z. Feher. 1997. Purification and characterization of the catalytic subunit of protein phosphatase 1 from Neurospora crassa. Acta Biol. Hung. 48:289-302. (-)

117. Talbot, N. J. 1997. Fungal biology: Growing into the air. Curr. Biol. 7:R78-R81. (-)

118. Tentler, S., J. Palas, C. Enderlin, J. Campbell, C. Taft, T. K. Miller, R. L. Wood and C. P. Selitrennikoff. 1997. Inhibition of Neurospora crassa growth by a glucan synthase-1 antisense construct. Curr. Micro. 34:303-308.

119. Thevissen, K., R. W. Osborn, D. P. Acland and W. F. Broekaert. 1997. Specific, high affinity binding sites for an antifungal plant defensin on Neurospora crassa hyphae and microsomal membranes. J. Biol. Chem. 272:32176-32181.

120. Tognolli, M., A. Utz-Pugin, G. Turian and C. Rossier. 1997. New mutants of Neurospora crassa highly resistant to the microtubule inhibitor benomyl. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:54-56.

121. Turner, G. E., T. J. Jimenez, S. K. Chae, R. A. Baasiri and K. A. Borkovich. 1977. Utilization of the Aspergillus nidulans pyrG gene as a selectable marker for transformation and electroporation of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 44:57-59.

122. Vierula, P. J. 1997. Cloning and characterization of a Neurospora crassa ribosomal protein gene, crps-7. Curr. Genet. 31:139-143.

123. Vierula, P. J. and J. M. Mais. 1997. A gene required for nuclear migration in Neurospora crassa codes for a protein with cysteine-rich, LIM/RING-like domain. Mol. Microbiol. 24:331-340.

124. von Ahsen, O., M. Tropschug, N. Pfanner and J. Rassow. 1997. The chaperonin cycle cannot substitute for prolyl isomerase activity, but GroEL alone promotes productive folding of a cyclophilin-sensitive substrate to a cyclophilin-resistant form. EMBO J. 16:4568-4578.

125. Wallweber, G. J., S. Mohr, R. Rennard, M. G. Caprara and A. M. Lambowitz. 1997. Characterization of Neurospora mitochondrial group I introns reveals different CYT-18 dependent and independent splicing strategies and an alternative 3' splice site for an intron ORF. RNA 3:114-131. (-)

126. Wan, Y., H. Liu, C. Li and T. J. Schmidhauser. 1997. Genome analysis on linkage group VI of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 21:329-336.

127. Wang, Z. and M. S. Sachs. 1997. Arginine-specific regulation mediated by the Neurospora crassa arg-2 upstream open reading frame in a homologous, cell-free in vitro translation system. J. Biol. Chem. 272:255-261.

128. Wang, Z. and M. S. Sachs. 1997. Ribosome stalling is responsible for arginine-specific translational attenuation in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Cell, Biol. 17:4904-4913.

129. Watanabe, K., Y. Sakuraba and H. Inoue. 1997. Genetic and molecular characterization of Neurospora crassa mus-23: a gene involved in recombinational repair. Mol. Gen. Genet. 256:436-445.

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