Neurospora Bibliography

This bibliography represents my attempt to collect all works dealing substantially with Neurospora. Please let me know of anything published in 2001 or 2002 that is not included here or in the previous bibliography, so that it might be mentioned next year. I would be especially happy to hear of chapters from books, and articles from journals not indexed in major bibliographic services. Please also let me know of any errors in citation. Please send reprints or copies of articles to the Fungal Genetics Stock Center.

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1. Adams, D. L. 2002. Characterization of osmotic sensitivity of os-9 and os-11 mutants of Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.S.)--Georgia Southern University. viii, 35 p.

2. Adhvaryu, K. K., and R. Maheshwari. 2002. Heterogeneity in NTS of rDNA in localized populations of Neurospora. Curr. Sci. 82:1015-1020.

3. Adhvaryu, K. K., S. Sultana, S. SundarRaj, and R. Maheshwari. 2001. A simple method to determine mating type in Neurospora discreta. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 48:4-6.

4. Andersen, A. M. A. 2001. Rearrangement of a stable secondary structure during tertiary folding of the Neurospora VS ribozyme. Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Toronto. 136 pg.

5. Arrach, N., T. J. Schmidhauser, and J. Avalos. 2002. Mutants of the carotene cyclase domain of al-2 from Neurospora crassa. Mol. Genet. Genomics 266:914-921.

6. Aslanidi, K. B., A. G. Pogorelov, V. Aslanidi, A. Mornev, and G. G. Sahakyan. 2001. Potassium gradients in the growing hyphae of Neurospora crassa. Membr Cell Biol 14:487-495.

7. Barstead, R. 2001. Genome-wide RNAi. Curr. Opin. Chem. Biol. 5:63-66.

8. Bell, P. D., S. K. Crosthwaite, P. L. Lakin-Thomas, M. Merrow, and M. Okland. 2001. The Neurospora circadian clock: Simple or complex? Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. Ser. B-Biol. Sci. 356:1697-1709.

9. Bell-Pedersen, D. 2002. Circadian rhythms in Neurospora crassa. In: Molecular biology of fungal development. H.D Osiewacz (ed.). Marcel Dekker, New York. pp. 187-214.

10. Bell-Pedersen, D., Z. A. Lewis, J. J. Loros, and J. C. Dunlap. 2001. The Neurospora circadian clock regulates a transcription factor that controls rhythmic expression of the output eas(ccg-2) gene. Mol. Microbiol. 41:897-909.

11. Belozerskaya, T. A. 2001. Fungal hydrophobins: structure and function. Mikol. Fitopatol. 35:3-11.

12. Benito, B., B. Garciadeblas, and N. A. Rodriguez. 2002. Potassium- or sodium-efflux ATPase, a key enzyme in the evolution of fungi. Microbiology 148:933-941.

13. Bennett, J. W., and J. Arnold. 2001. Genomics for fungi. In: The Mycota VIII. Biology of the fungal cell. R. J. Howard and N. A. R. Gow (eds.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin. pp. 267-297.

14. Bernstein, E., A. M. Denli, and G. J. Hannon. 2001. The rest is silence. RNA 7:1509-1521.

15. Bibbins, M., V. F. Crepin, N. J. Cummings, T. Mizote, K. Baker, K. H. Mellits, and I. F. Connerton. 2002. A regulator gene for acetate utilisation from Neurospora crassa. Mol. Genet. Genomics 267:498-505.

16. Bibillo, A., and T. H. Eickbush. 2002. The reverse transcriptase of the R2 non-LTR retrotransposon: Continuous synthesis of cDNA on non-continuous RNA templates. J. Mol. Biol. 316:459-473.

17. Bieszke, J. A. 2002. Characterization of the NOP-1 opsin photoreceptor in the filamentous fungus Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Texas Health Science Center. 203 pg.

18. Bird, A. 2001. Molecular biology: Methylation talk between histones and DNA. Science 294:2113-2115.

19. Bobrowicz, P., R. Pawlak, A. Correa, D. Bell-Pedersen, and D. J. Ebbole. 2002. The Neurospora crassa pheromone precursor genes are regulated by the mating type locus and the circadian clock. Mol. Microbiol. 45:795-804.

20. Bowman, B. J., and E. J. Bowman. 2002. Mutations in subunit c of the vacuolar ATPase confer resistance to bafilomycin and identify a conserved antibiotic binding site. J. Biol. Chem. 277:3965-3972.

21. Brown, L. S., A. K. Dioumaev, J. K. Lanyi, E. N. Spudich, and J. L. Spudich. 2001. Photochemical reaction cycle and proton transfers in Neurospora rhodopsin. J. Biol. Chem. 276:32495-32505.

22. Burgers, W. A., F. Fuks, and T. Kouzarides. 2002. DNA methyltransferases get connected to chromatin. Trends Genet. 18:275-277.

23. Casadio, R., I. Jacoboni, A. Messina, and V. De Pinto. 2002. A 3D model of the voltage-dependent anion channel (VDAC). FEBS Lett 520:1-7.

24. Catalanotto, C., G. Azzalin, G. Macino, and C. Cogoni. 2002. Involvement of small RNAs and role of the qde genes in the gene silencing pathway in Neurospora. Genes Dev. 16:790-795.

25. Cathcart, H. M. 2002. Characterization and genetic analysis of the morphological mutant crisp-5 of Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.S.)--Georgia Southern University. xii, 73 p.

26. Chen, W. 2001. Generation of new colonial mutants in Neurospora crassa using insertional mutagenesis. Thesis (M.Sc.)--Carleton University. 119 pg.

27. Cheng, P., Y. H. Yang, K. H. Gardner, and Y. Liu. 2002. PAS domain-mediated WC-1/WC-2 interaction is essential for maintaining the steady-state level of WC-1 and the function of both proteins in circadian clock and light responses of Neurospora. Mol. Cell. Biol. 22:517-524.

28. Chicas, A., and G. Macino. 2001. Characteristics of post-transcriptional gene silencing. EMBO Rep. 2:992-996.

29. Clarke, M. S. 2001. Database-driven website development for the Neurospora crassa gene compendium using PHP and MySQL. Thesis (M.Res.)--University of Leeds. 93 pg.

30. Cogoni, C. 2001. Homology-dependent gene silencing mechanisms in fungi. Annu. Rev. Microbiol. 55:381-406.

31. Cogoni, C. 2002. Unifying homology effects. Nat. Genet. 30:245-246.

32. Collett, M. A., N. Garceau, J. C. Dunlap, and J. J. Loros. 2002. Light and clock expression of the Neurospora clock gene frequency is differentially driven by but dependent on WHITE COLLAR-2. Genetics 160:149-158.

33. Collett, M. A., J. J. Loros, and J. C. Dunlap. 2001. The Clock affecting 1 mutation of Neurospora is a recurrence of the frq7 mutation. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 48:7-9.

34. Correa, A., and D. Bell-Pedersen . 2002. Distinct signaling pathways from the circadian clock participate in regulation of rhythmic conidiospore development in Neurospora crassa. Eukaryotic Cell 1:273-280.

35. Cross, R. A. 2001. Molecular motors: Kinesin's string variable. Curr. Biol. 11:R147-R149.

36. Davis, R. H. 2001. The fungi in century 21. The XXI Fungal Genetics Conference Pacific Grove, California, March 13-18, 2001. Fungal Genet. Biol. 33:145-154.

37. Davis, R. H., and D. D. Perkins. 2002. Neurospora: a model of model microbes. Nat. Rev. Genet. 3:397-403.

38. De Backer, M. D., M. Raponi, and G. M. Arndt. 2002. RNA-mediated gene silencing in non-pathogenic and pathogenic fungi. Curr. Opin. Microbiol. 5:323-329.

39. de Paula, R., C. Azzariti de Pinho, H. F. Terenzi, and M. C. Bertolini. 2002. Molecular and biochemical characterization of the Neurospora crassa glycogen synthase encoded by the gsn cDNA. Mol. Genet. Genomics 267:241-253.

40. Dettman, J. R., F. M. Harbinski, and J. W. Taylor. 2001. Ascospore morphology is a poor predictor of the phylogenetic relationships of Neurospora and Gelasinospora. Fungal Genet. Biol. 34:49-61.

41. Dev, K., and R. Maheshwari. 2001. Use of mutant mcm strain in purification of Neurospora crassa transformants resistant to hygromycin. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 48:10-11

42. Dev, K., and R. Maheshwari. 2002. Transformation in heterokaryons of Neurospora crassa is nuclear rather than cellular phenomenon. Curr. Microbiol. 44:309-313.

43. Dever, T. E. 2002. Gene-specific regulation by general translation factors. Cell 108:545-556.

44. Devlin, P. F. 2002. Signs of the time: environmental input to the circadian clock. J. Exp. Bot. 53:1535-1550.

45. Diaz, A., P. Rangel, Y. Montes de Oca, F. Lledias, and W. Hansberg. 2001. Molecular and kinetic study of catalase-1, a durable large catalase of Neurospora crassa. Free Radic. Biol. Med. 31:1323-1333.

46. Diekert, K., A. I. de Kroon, U. Ahting, B. Niggemeyer, W. Neupert, B. de Kruijff, and R. Lill. 2001. Apocytochrome c requires the TOM complex for translocation across the mitochondrial outer membrane. EMBO J. 20:5626-5635.

47. Doetsch, P. W., B. Kaur, and A. M. Avery. 2002. Broad specificity DNA damage endonuclease. United States Patent: 6,368,594.

48. Dolan, P. L., Y. Wu, L. K. Ista, R. L. Metzenberg, M. A. Nelson, and G. P. Lopez. 2001. Robust and efficient synthetic method for forming DNA microarrays. Nucleic Acids Res. 29:art. no.-e107. (

49. Dragovic, Z., Y. Tan, M. Gorl, T. Roenneberg, and M. Merrow. 2002. Light reception and circadian behavior in 'blind' and 'clock- less' mutants of Neurospora crassa. EMBO J. 21:3643-3651.

50. Duarte, M., H. Populo, A. Videira, T. Friedrich, and U. Schulte. 2002. Disruption of iron-sulphur cluster N2 from NADH : ubiquinone oxidoreductase by site-directed mutagenesis. Biochem. J. 364:833-839.

51. Dvorachek, W. H., P. L. Dolan, M. A. Nelson, and D. O. Natvig. 2001. A provisional UniGene clone set based on ESTs from Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 48:12.

52. Fang, P., C. Wu, and M. S. Sachs. 2002. Neurospora crassa supersuppressor mutants are amber codon-specific. Fungal Genet. Biol. 36:167-175.

53. Fehmer, M., A. Bhat, F. K. Noubissi, and D. P. Kasbekar. 2001. Wild-isolated Neurospora crassa strains that increase fertility of crosses with segmental aneuploids used to establish that a large duplication suppresses RIP in a smaller duplication. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 48:13-14.

54. Finnegan, E. J., M. B. Wang, and P. Waterhouse. 2001. Gene silencing: fleshing out the bones. Curr. Biol. 11:R99-R102.

55. Freitag, M., L. M. Ciuffetti, and E. U. Selker. 2001. Expression and visualization of Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 48:15-19.

56. Freitag, M., R. L. Williams, G. O. Kothe, and E. U. Selker. 2002. A cytosine methyltransferase homologue is essential for repeat- induced point mutation in Neurospora crassa. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 99:8802-8807.

57. Froehlich, A. C., Y. Liu, J. J. Loros, and J. C. Dunlap. 2002. White collar-1, a circadian blue light photoreceptor, binding to the frequency promoter. Science 297:815-819.

58. Fuchs, F., H. Prokisch, W. Neupert, and B. Westermann. 2002. Interaction of mitochondria with microtubules in the filamentous fungus Neurospora crassa. J. Cell Sci. 115:1931-1937.

59. Fujitani, Y., S. Mori, and I. Kobayashi. 2002. A reaction-diffusion model for interference in meiotic crossing over. Genetics 161:365-372.

60. Gaba, A., Z. Wang, T. Krishnamoorthy, A. G. Hinnebusch, and M. S. Sachs. 2001. Physical evidence for distinct mechanisms of translational control by upstream open reading frames. EMBO J. 20:6453-6463.

61. Galbraith, J. B. 2001. Searching for coding regions in Neurospora crassa using codon bias and consensus sequences. Thesis (M.S.)--University of New Mexico. xii, 53 pg.

62. Gessler, N. N., A. V. Sokolov, V. Y. Bykhovsky, and T. A. Belozerskaya. 2002. Superoxide dismutase and catalase activities in carotenoid- synthesizing fungi Blakeslea trispora and Neurospora crassa fungi in oxidative stress. Appl. Biochem. Microbiol. 38:205-209.

63. Gilbert, S. P. 2001. High-performance fungal motors. Nature 414:597-598.

64. Glass, N. L. and S. J. Saupe 2002. Vegetative incompatibility in filamentous ascomycetes. In: Molecular biology of fungal development. H.D Osiewacz (ed.). Marcel Dekker, New York. pg. 109-131.

65. Goldman, G. H., S. L. McGuire, and S. D. Harris. 2002. The DNA damage response in filamentous fungi. Fungal Genet. Biol. 35:183-195.

66. Goll, M. G., and T. H. Bestor. 2002. Histone modification and replacement in chromatin activation. Genes Dev. 16:1739-1742.

67. Gonze, D., J. Halloy, and A. Goldbeter. 2002. Robustness of circadian rhythms with respect to molecular noise. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 99:673-678.

68. Gorl, M., M. Merrow, B. Huttner, J. Johnson, T. Roenneberg, and M. Brunner. 2001. A PEST-like element in FREQUENCY determines the length of the circadian period in Neurospora crassa. EMBO J. 20:7074-7084.

69. Gupta, G. D., and I. B. Heath. 2002. Predicting the distribution, conservation, and functions of SNAREs and related proteins in fungi. Fungal Genet. Biol. 36:1-21.

70. Hammond, S. M., S. Boettcher, A. A. Caudy, R. Kobayashi, and G. J. Hannon. 2001. Argonaute2, a link between genetic and biochemical analyses of RNAi. Science 293:1146-1150.

71. Hannon, G. J. 2002. RNA interference. Nature 418:244-251.

72. Harmer, S. L., S. Panda, and S. A. Kay. 2001. Molecular bases of circadian rhythms. Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol. 17:215-253.

73. Harrison, K. A. 2002. Characterization of SRE, a gata factor which negatively regulates siderophore synthesis in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Ohio State University. xv, 159 pg.

74. Hays, S. M. 2001. Characterization of the histone genes, the N-terminus of H4, and the methylation mutant DIM-3 of Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Oregon. xvi, 174 pg.

75. Hays, S. M., J. Swanson, and E. U. Selker. 2002. Identification and characterization of the genes encoding the core histones and histone variants of Neurospora crassa. Genetics 160:961-973.

76. He, Q., P. Cheng, Y. Yang, L. Wang, K. H. Gardner, and Y. Liu. 2002. White collar-1, a DNA binding transcription factor and a light sensor. Science 297:840-843.

77. Heath, I. B. 2001. Bridging the divide: Cytoskeleton-plasma membrane-cell wall interactions in growth and development. In: The Mycota VIII. Biology of the fungal cell. R. J. Howard and N. A. R. Gow (eds.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin. pp. 201-224

78. Hiley, S. L., and R. A. Collins. 2001. Rapid formation of a solvent-inaccessible core in the Neurospora Varkud satellite ribozyme. EMBO J. 20:5461-5469.

79. Huang, Y., J. Wang, G. Li, Z. Zheng, and W. Su. 2001. Antitumor and antifungal activities in endophytic fungi isolated from pharmaceutical plants Taxus mairei, Cephalataxus fortunei and Torreya grandis. FEMS Immunol. Med. Microbiol. 31:163-167.

80. Hutvagner, G., and P. D. Zamore. 2002. RNAi: Nature abhors a double-strand. Curr. Opin. Genet. Dev. 12:225-232.

81. Inagaki, Y., C. Blouin, W. F. Doolittle, and A. J. Roger. 2002. Convergence and constraint in eukaryotic release factor 1 (eRF1) domain 1: The evolution of stop codon specificity. Nucleic Acids Res. 30:532-544.

82. Isakova, E. P., L. V. Gorpenko, E. I. Shurubor, T. A. Belozerskaya, and R. A. Zvyagilskaya. 2002. Isolation and characterization of tightly coupled mitochondria from wild type and nap mutant Neurospora crassa. Biochem.-Moscow 67:260-264.

83. Jacobsen, S., M. Wittig, and S. Poggeler. 2002. Interaction between mating-type proteins from the homothallic fungus Sordaria macrospora. Curr. Genet. 41:150-158.

84. Jones, F. D., S. P. Ryder, and S. A. Strobel. 2001. An efficient ligation reaction promoted by a Varkud Satellite ribozyme with extended 5'- and 3'-termini. Nucleic Acids Res. 29:5115-5120.

85. Kajander, T., M. C. Merckel, A. Thompson, A. M. Deacon, P. Mazur, J. W. Kozarich, and A. Goldman. 2002. The structure of Neurospora crassa 3-carboxy-cis,cis-muconate lactonizing enzyme, a beta propeller cycloisomerase. Structure 10:483-492.

86. Kallipolitou, A., D. Deluca, U. Majdic, S. Lakamper, R. Cross, E. Meyhofer, L. Moroder, M. Schliwa, and G. Woehlke. 2001. Unusual properties of the fungal conventional kinesin neck domain from Neurospora crassa. EMBO J. 20:6226-6235.

87. Kapoor, M., C. A. Curle, S. Kalia, and Y. Achari. 2002. Minimal promoter for the NAD(+)-specific glutamate dehydrogenase gene of Neurospora crassa. Biochem. Cell Biol. 80:177-188.

88. Kasbekar, D. P. 2001. The Neurospora compendium: chromosomal loci, by David D. Perkins, Alan Radford and Matthew S. Sachs. J. Genet. 80:53-54.

89. Kim, H. 2001. Molecular and functional analyses of two novel Neurospora crassa genes involved in the mating response pathway. Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of New Mexico. xi, 91 pg.

90. Kitzing, K., P. Macheroux, and N. Amrhein. 2001. Spectroscopic and kinetic characterization of the bifunctional chorismate synthase from Neurospora crassa. evidence for a common binding site for 5-enolpyruvylshikimate 3-phosphate and NADPH. J. Biol. Chem. 276:42658-42666.

91. Klanner, C., H. Prokisch, and T. Langer. 2001. MAP-1 and IAP-1, two novel AAA proteases with catalytic sites on opposite membrane surfaces in mitochondrial inner membrane of Neurospora crassa. Mol. Biol. Cell 12:2858-2869.

92. Kortum, K. 2001. The genetics of circadian rhythms in Neurospora crassa : do multiple oscillators exist? Thesis (Fellows Thesis)--Texas A & M University. v, 21 pg.

93. Kouzarides, T. 2002. Histone methylation in transcriptional control. Curr. Opin. Genet. Dev. 12:198-209.

94. Kraemer, E., J. Wang, J. H. Guo, S. Hopkins, and J. Arnold. 2001. An analysis of gene-finding programs for Neurospora crassa. Bioinformatics 17:901-912.

95. Kritsky, M. S., S. Filippovich, T. P. Afanasieva, G. P. Bachurina, and V. E. A. Russo. 2001. The involvement of photoregulated DNA methylation into a choice between sexual and asexual developmental pathways in Neurospora crassa. Dokl. Biochem. Biophys. 378:203-205.

96. Kritsky, M. S., S. Y. Filippovich, T. P. Afanasieva, G. P. Bachurina, and V. E. A. Russo. 2001. Effect of inhibitors of enzymatic DNA methylation on the formation of reproductive structures and carotenoid production in Neurospora crassa. Appl. Biochem. Microbiol. 37:243-247.

97. Kritsky, M. S., V. E. A. Russo, S. Y. Filippovich, T. P. Afanasieva, and G. P. Bachurina. 2002. The opposed effect of 5-azacytidine and light on the development of reproductive structures in Neurospora crassa. Photochem. Photobiol. 75:79-83.

98. Krokowski, D., M. Tchorzewski, and N. Grankowski. 2002. Cloning and characterization of the gene encoding ribosomal P0 phosphoprotein from Neurospora crassa. Acta Biochim. Pol. 49:11-18.

99. Kruger, D. 2002. Bitte funf Pilz! Experiment zur EIN-GEN-EIN-POLYPEPTID-Hypothese mit Neurospora crassa. Praxis Der Naturwissenschaften Biologie in Der Schule 51:34-39.

100. Kumar, S., Y. Zhou, and M. Plamann. 2001. Dynactin-membrane interaction is regulated by the C-terminal domains of p150(Glued). EMBO Rep. 2:939-944.

101. Lachner, M. 2002. Epigenetics: SUPERMAN dresses up. Curr. Biol. 12:R434-436.

102. Lachner, M., and T. Jenuwein. 2002. The many faces of histone lysine methylation. Curr. Opin. Cell Biol. 14:286-298.

103. Lafontaine, D. A., T. J. Wilson, D. G. Norman, and D. M. J. Lilley. 2001. The A730 loop is an important component of the active site of the VS ribozyme. J. Mol. Biol. 312:663-674.

104. Lakin-Thomas, P. L., V. D. Gooch, and M. Ramsdale. 2001. Rhythms of differentiation and diacylglycerol in Neurospora. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. Ser. B-Biol. Sci. 356:1711-1715.

105. Lamberty, M., A. Caille, C. Landon, M. S. Tassin, C. Hetru, P. Bulet, and F. Vovelle. 2001. Solution structures of the antifungal heliomicin and a selected variant with both antibacterial and antifungal activities. Biochemistry 40:11995-12003.

106. Lee, I. H., and M. Plamann. 2001. Microtubules and molecular motors. In: The Mycota VIII. Biology of the fungal cell. R. J. Howard and N. A. R. Gow (eds.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin. pp. 225-241.

107. Levadny, V., M. Colombini, X. X. Li, and V. M. Aguilella. 2002. Electrostatics explains the shift in VDAC gating with salt activity gradient. Biophys J. 82:1773-1783.

108. Levina, N. N., A. Y. Dunina-Barkovskaya, S. Shabala, and R. R. Lew. 2002. Blue light modulation of ion transport in the slime mutant of Neurospora crassa. J. Membr. Biol. 188:213-226.

109. Lewis, Z. A., A. Correa, C. Schwerdtfeger, K. L. Link, X. Xie, R. H. Gomer, T. Thomas, D. J. Ebbole, and D. Bell-Pedersen. 2002. Overexpression of White Collar-1 (WC-1) activates circadian clock-associated genes, but is not sufficient to induce most light-regulated gene expression in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Microbiol. 45:917-931.

110. Linden, H. 2002. Circadian rhythms: A white collar protein senses blue light. Science 297:777-778.

111. Linden, H. 2002. Blue light perception and signal transduction in Neurospora crassa. In: Molecular biology of fungal development. H.D Osiewacz (ed.). Marcel Dekker, New York. pp. 165-185

112. Luke, A. K., and S. G. Burton. 2001. A novel application for Neurospora crassa: Progress from batch culture to a membrane bioreactor for the bioremediation of phenols. Enzyme Microb. Technol. 29:348-356.

113. Marek, S. M. 2001. Programmed cell death in fungi and the etiology of cold storage canker of almond and other trees. Thesis (Ph. D.)-- University of California, Davis. 197 pg..

114. Martienssen, R. A., and V. Colot. 2001. DNA methylation and epigenetic inheritance in plants and filamentous fungi. Science 293:1070-1074.

115. Masloff, S., S. Jacobsen, S. Poggeler, and U. Kuck. 2002. Functional analysis of the C-6 zinc finger gene pro1 involved in fungal sexual development. Fungal Genet. Biol. 36:107-116.

116. Merckel, M. C., T. Kajander, A. M. Deacon, A. Thompson, J. G. Grossmann, N. Kalkkinen, and A. Goldman. 2002. 3-Carboxy-cis,cis-muconate lactonizing enzyme from Neurospora crassa: MAD phasing with 80 selenomethionines. Acta Crystallogr. Sect. D-Biol. Crystallogr. 58:727-734.

117. Mewes, H. W., D. Frishman, U. Gueldener, G. Mannhaupt, K. Mayer, M. Mokrejs, B. Morgenstern, M. Muensterkoetter, S. Rudd, and B. Weil. 2002. MIPS: A database for genomes and protein sequences. Nucleic Acids Res. 30:31-34.

118. Michan, S., Lledi, F. as, J. Baldwin, D. Natvig, and W. Hansberg. 2002. Regulation and oxidation of two large monofunctional catalases. Free Radic. Biol. Med. 33:521-532.

119. Miller, T. K., S. Renault, and C. P. Selitrennikoff. 2002. Molecular dissection of alleles of the osmotic-1 locus of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 35:147-155.

120. Model, K., T. Prinz, T. Ruiz, M. Radermacher, T. Krimmer, W. Kuhlbrandt, N. Pfanner, and C. Meisinger. 2002. Protein translocase of the outer mitochondrial membrane: Role of import receptors in the structural organization of the TOM complex. J. Mol. Biol. 316:657-666.

121. Moenne, A. 2001. Eucaryotic metallothioneins: proteins, gene regulation and copper homeostasis. Cah. Biol. Mar. 42:125-135.

122. Mohr, S., J. M. Stryker, and A. M. Lambowitz. 2002. A DEAD-box protein functions as an ATP-dependent RNA chaperone in group I intron splicing. Cell 109:769-779.

123. Monnerjahn, C., D. Techel, U. Meyer, and L. Rensing. 2001. The grp78 promoter of Neurospora crassa: constitutive, stress and differentiation-dependent protein-binding patterns. Curr. Genet. 39:319-326.

124. Morgan, L. W., and J. F. Feldman. 2001. Epistatic and synergistic interactions between circadian clock mutations in Neurospora crassa. Genetics 159:537-543.

125. Morgan, L. W., J. F. Feldman, and D. Bell-Pedersen. 2001. Genetic interactions between clock mutations in Neurospora crassa: can they help us to understand complexity? Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. Ser. B-Biol. Sci. 356:1717-1724.

126. Muirhead, C. A., N. L. Glass, and M. Slatkin. 2002. Multilocus self-recognition systems in fungi as a cause of trans-species polymorphism. Genetics 161:633-641.

127. Myers, C. A., B. Kuhla, S. Cusack, and A. M. Lambowitz. 2002. tRNA-like recognition of group I introns by a tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 99:2630-2635.

128. Nargang, F. E., M. Preuss, W. Neupert, and J. M. Herrmann. 2002. The Oxa1 protein forms a homooligomeric complex and is an essential part of the mitochondrial export translocase in Neurospora crassa. J. Biol. Chem. 277:12846-12853.

129. Noubissi, F. K., K. Aparna, K. McCluskey, and D. P. Kasbekar. 2001. Evidence for dominant suppression of repeat-induced point mutation (RIP) in crosses with the wild-isolated Neurospora crassa strains Sugartown and Adiopodoume-7. J. Genet. 80:55-61.

130. Nout, M. J. R., and K. E. Aidoo. 2002. Asian fungal fermented food. In: The Mycota X. Industrial Applications. H. D. Osiewacz (ed.), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. pp. 23-47.

131. Nozawa, S. R., G. Thedei, P. Ciancaglini, and A. Rossi. 2002. The adaptive response to ambient pH in Neurospora crassa - Contribution of a model organism to the elucidation of gene expression in eukaryotes. Biochem. Mol. Biol. Educ. 30:192-195.

132. Nozawa, S. R., G. Thedei, L. S. P. Crott, J. E. Barbosa, and A. Rossi. 2002. The synthesis of phosphate-repressible alkaline phosphatase do not appear to be regulated by ambient pH in the filamentous mould Neurospora crassa. Braz. J. Microbiol. 33:92-95.

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Neurospora Bibliography, Coauthor Index (first authors not included)

Abe, K.                138

Achari, Y.            87

Afanasieva, T. P. 95, 96, 97

Aguilella, V. M.  107

Ahting, U.           46

Aidoo, K. E.        130

Alexeevski, A. V. 145

Allis, C. D.          159

Amrani, N.          168

Amrhein, N.        90

Aparna, K.           129

Arndt, G. M.        38

Arnold, J.             13, 94

Aslanidi, V.         6

Avalos, J.             5

Avery, A. M.       47

Ayala, F. J.          161

Azzalin, G.          24

Azzariti de Pinho, C. 39

Bachurina, G. P.  95, 96, 97

Baker, K.             15

Baldwin, J.          118

Barbosa, J. E.      132

Bauer, F. F.          185

Becker, I.             174

Belk, J.                168

Bell-Pedersen, D. 19, 34, 109, 125, 176

Belozerskaya, T. A. 62, 82

Berry, D. R.         196

Bertolini, M. C.   39

Bestor, T. H.        66

Bezrukov, S. M.  164, 165

Bhat, A.               53

Blouin, C.            81

Boettcher, S.        70

Bowman, E. J.     20

Bowring, F. J.      154

Boytzova, L. J.    145

Brunner, M.         68

Bulet, P.               105

Burton, S. G.       112

Bykhovsky, V. Y. 62

Caille, A.             105

Catalanotto, C.    142

Catcheside, D. E. A. 154, 199, 206

Caudy, A. A.       70

Cheng, P.             76, 203, 204

Ciancaglini, P.     131

Ciuffetti, L. M.    55

Cogoni, C.           24, 142

Collins, R. A.      78, 180, 181, 182

Colombini, M.     107, 164, 165

Colot, V.              114

Connerton, I. F.   15

Correa, A.            19, 109, 176

Cottarel, G.          210

Crepin, V. F.       15

Cross, R.              86

Crosthwaite, S. K. 8

Crott, L. S. P.      132

Cummings, N. J. 15

Curle, C. A.         87

Cusack, S.           127

de Kroon, A. I.    46

de Kruijff, B.       46

De Pinto, V.        23

Deacon, A. M.     85, 116

Deluca, D.           86

Denli, A. M.        14

Dioumaev, A. K. 21

Djikeng, A.          191

Dolan, P. L.         51

Doolittle, W. F.   81

Duarte, M.           193

Dunina-Barkovskaya, A. Y. 108

Dunlap, J. C.       10, 32, 33, 57, 176, 200

Ebbole, D. J.        19, 109, 184

Eickbush, T. H.   16

Elgin, S. C. R.     160

Fang, P.               168

Feldman, J. F.      124, 125

Filippovich, S. Y. 95, 96, 97

Friedrich, T.        50

Frishman, D.       117

Fuks, F.               22

Gaba, A.              168

Ganesan, R.         168

Garceau, N.         32

Garciadeblas, B.  12

Gardner, K. H.     27, 76

Glass, N. L.         126, 201

Goldbeter, A.       67

Goldman, A.        85, 116

Gomer, R. H.       109

Gooch, V. D.       104

Gorl, M.              49

Gorpenko, L. V.  82

Grankowski, N.   98

Grossmann, J. G. 116

Gueldener, U.      117

Guo, J. H.            94

Halloy, J.             67

Hannon, G. J.      14, 70

Hansberg, W.      45, 118, 141

Harbinski, F. M.  40

Harris, S. D.        65

Hauck, K.            199

Heath, I. B.          69, 188, 189

Henderson, R.     158

Herrmann, J. M.  128

Hetru, C.              105

Hinnebusch, A. G. 60

Hoenger, A.         179

Holden, M. L.      197

Hopkins, S.          94

Huttner, B.           68

Inoue, H.             170

Ishii, C.                170

Ista, L. K.            48

Jacoboni, I.          23

Jacobsen, S.         115

Jacobson, A.        168

Jacobson, D. J.    169

Jantzen, E.           134

Jenuwein, T.        102

Johnson, J.           68

Kajander, T.        116

Kalia, S.               87

Kalkkinen, N.      116

Kasai, T.              172

Kasbekar, D. P.   53, 129, 148, 149

Kaur, B.               47

Kay, S. A.            72, 208

Kempken, F.        199

Kobayashi, I.       59, 70

Komarov, A.       164, 165

Kothe, G. O.        56

Kouzarides, T.     22

Kozarich, J. W.    85

Krebs, A.             179

Krimmer, T.        120

Krishnamoorthy, T.           60

Kuck, U.              115, 144, 199

Kuhla, B.             127

Kuhlbrandt, W.   120

Kumar, P.            178

Lakamper, S.       86

Lakin-Thomas, P. L. 8

Lam, S.                211

Lambowitz, A. M. 121, 127

Lamm, R.            211

Landon, C.           105

Langer, T.            91

Lanyi, J. K.          21

Lew, R. R.           108

Lewis, Z. A.        10

Li, G.                   79

Li, X. X.              107

Lill, R.                 46

Lilley, D. M. J.    103

Link, K. L.           109

Liu, Y.                 27, 57, 76, 203, 204

Lledias, F.           45, 118

Lopez, G. P.        48

Loros, J. J.           10, 32, 33, 57, 176

Macheroux, P.     90

Macino, G.          24, 28, 142

Maheshwari, R.   2, 3, 41, 42

Majdic, U.           86

Mandelkow, E.    179

Mannella, C. A.   192

Mannhaupt, G.    117, 174

Marx, A.              179

Mayer, K.            117

Mazur, P.             85

McCluskey, K.    129

McGuire, S. L.    65

McIntyre, M.       196

McNeil, B.           196

Meisinger, C.       120

Mellits, K. H.      15

Merckel, M. C.    85

Merrow, M.         8, 49, 68, 162, 163

Messina, A.         23

Metzenberg, R. L. 48, 177

Mewes, H. W.     174

Meyer, U.            123

Meyhofer, E.       86

Misawa, N.          171

Mizote, T.            15

Mokrejs, M.         117

Montes de Oca, Y. 45

Morales, A. J.      210

Morgenstern, B.  117

Mori, S.               59

Mornev, A.          6

Moroder, L.         86

Mueller, J.           179

Muensterkoetter, M. 117

Nakajima, T.        138

Natvig, D. O.       51, 118, 169

Nelson, M. A.      48, 51

Neupert, W.         46, 58, 128, 133, 139

Niggemeyer, B.   46

Norman, D. G.     103

Noubissi, F. K.    53

Nussberger, S.     150

Okland, M.          8

Ottensmeyer, F. P. 189

Panda, S.             72

Pawlak, R.           19

Perkins, D. D.      37

Pfanner, N.          120, 155

Pillonel, C.          211

Plamann, M.        100, 106

Poggeler, S.         83, 115

Pogorelov, A. G. 6

Populo, H.           50

Pretorius, I. S.      185

Preuss, M.           128

Prinz, T.               120

Prokisch, H.         58, 91, 195

Radermacher, M. 120

Raju, N. B.          177

Ramsdale, M.      104

Rangel, P.            45

Raponi, M.          38

Rasmussen, C.     201

Rasmussen, J. P.  206

Renault, S.           119

Rensing, L.          123

Rodriguez, N. A. 12

Roenneberg, T.    49, 68

Roger, A. J.         81

Rossi, A.              131, 132

Rudd, S.              117

Ruiz, T.               120

Russo, V. E. A.    95, 96, 97

Ryder, S. P.         84

Sachs, M. S.        52, 60

Sahakyan, G. G.  6

Saupe, S. J.          64

Scarborough, G. A. 158

Schliwa, M.         86, 179

Schmidhauser, T. J. 5

Schulte, U.           50

Schwerdtfeger, C. 109

Selitrennikoff, C. P. 119

Selker, E. U.        55, 56, 75, 187

Shabala, S.           108

Shi, H. F.             191

Shurubor, E. I.     82

Slatkin, M.           126

Slewa, I.              167

Smoljaninov, V. V. 145

Sokolov, A. V.    62

Spudich, E. N.     21

Spudich, J. L.      21

Stam, J. G.           169

Strobel, S. A.       84

Stryker, J. M.       122

Su, W.                 79

Sultana, S.           3

SundarRaj, S.      3

Swanson, J.         75

Tan, Y.                49

Tarrio, R.             161

Tassin, M. S.       105

Taylor, J. W.       40

Tchorzewski, M. 98

Techel, D.            123

Terenzi, H. F.      39

Thedei, G.           131, 132

Thomas, T.          109

Thompson, A.     85, 116

Tian, B.               194

Tivol, W. F.         192

Tomita, F.            172

Truscott, K. N.    155

Tschudi, C.          191

Turgeon, B. G.    207

Vaz, F. M.           185

Videira, A.           50

Vovelle, F.           105

Wanders, R. J.     185

Wang, J.              79, 94

Wang, L.             76

Wang, M. B.        54

Wang, Z.             60, 168

Waterhouse, P.    54

Weil, B.               117

Westermann, B.   58, 150

Wiedemann, N.   155

Williams, R. L.    56

Wilson, T. J.        103

Wittig, M.            83

Woehlke, G.        86, 179

Wu, C.                 52

Wu, Y.                 48

Xie, X.                 109

Xu, J. R.              211

Yamagata, Y.      138

Yang, Y. H.         27, 76

Yeadon, P. J.       154

Yekta, S.              182

Yong, P.              137

Zamore, P. D.      80

Zheng, Z.             79

Zhi, G.                 204

Zhou, Y.              100

Zickler, D.           177

Zvyagilskaya, R. A. 82

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