Neurospora Bibliography

This bibliography represents my attempt to collect all works dealing substantially with Neurospora. Please let me know of anything published in 2002 or 2003 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. Abe, K., Y. Yamagata, and T. Nakajima. 2002. Roles of the beta-glucanases in fungal cell wall beta-glucan assembly. Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi 76:943-946.

2. Aign, V. 2002. Physikalische kartierung und genexpressionsanalysen im genom von Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Universität Konstanz. vi, 122 pg.

3. Arnold, J. and N. Hilton. 2003. Genome sequencing - revelations from a bread mould. Nature 422:821-822.

4. Baidyaroy, D., G. Brosch, S. Graessle, P. Trojer, and J.D. Walton. 2002. Characterization of inhibitor-resistant histone deacetylase activity in plant-pathogenic fungi. Eukaryot. Cell 1:538-547.

5. Bastmeyer, M., H.B. Deising, and C. Bechinger. 2002. Force exertion in fungal infection. Annu. Rev. Biophys. Biomol. Struct. 31:321-341.

6. Battogtokh, D., D.K. Asch, M.E. Case, J. Arnold, and H.B. Schuttler. 2002. An ensemble method for identifying regulatory circuits with special reference to the qa gene cluster of Neurospora crassa. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 99:16904-16909.

7. Bay, D.C. and D.A. Court. 2002. Origami in the outer membrane: the transmembrane arrangement of mitochondrial porins. Biochem. Cell Biol. 80:551-562.

8. Belozerskaya, T.A., T.V. Potapova, E.P. Isakova, E.I. Shurubor, L.V. Savel'eva, and R.A. Zvyagilskaya. 2003. Energy status of Neurospora crassa mutant nap in relation to accumulation of carotenoids. J. Microbiol. 41:41-45.

9. Bergo, V., E.N. Spudich, J.L. Spudich, and K.J. Rothschild. 2002. A Fourier transform infrared study of Neurospora rhodopsin: similarities with archaeal rhodopsins. Photochem. Photobiol. 76:341-349.

10. Bhat, A and D P. Kasbekar. 2002. Premeiotic instability of the Neurospora crassa duplication Dp(IIIR) D305. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 49:11-12.

11. Bhat, A., F.K. Noubissi, M. Vyas, and D.P. Kasbekar. 2003. Genetic analysis of wild-isolated Neurospora crassa strains identified as dominant suppressors of repeat-induced point mutation. Genetics 164:947-961.

12. Bok, J.-W., K.-I. Ishida, and A.J.F. Griffiths. 2003. Ultrastructural changes in Neurospora cells undergoing senescence induced by kalilo plasmids. Mycologia 95:500-505.

13. Britton, M.E. and M. Kapoor. 2002. The oligomeric state, complex formation, and chaperoning activity of Hsp70 and Hsp80 of Neurospora crassa. Biochem. Cell Biol. 80:797-809.

14. Britton, M.E. 2002. Biochemical characterization of Neurospora crassa molecular chaperones Hsp70 and Hsp80. Thesis (M.Sc.)--University of Calgary. xviii, 219 pg.

15. Brookfield, J.F. 2003. Genome sequencing: the ripping yarn of the frozen genome. Curr. Biol. 13:R552-553.

16. Brustovetsky, N., M. Tropschug, S. Heimpel, D. Heidkaemper, and M. Klingenberg. 2002. A large Ca2+-dependent channel formed by recombinant ADP/ATP carrier from Neurospora crassa resembles the mitochondrial permeability transition pore. Biochemistry 41:11804-11811.

17. Buurman, E.T., W.D. Jiang, M. McCoy, D.R. Averett, C.M. Thompson, and C.R. Wobbe. 2002. Validation of Cdc68p as a novel antifungal target. Arch. Microbiol. 178:428-436.

18. Caldovic, L. and M. Tuchman. 2003. N-acetylglutamate and its changing role through evolution. Biochem. J. 372:279-290.

19. Casselton, L. and M. Zolan. 2002. The art and design of genetic screens: filamentous fungi. Nat. Rev. Genet. 3:683-697.

20. Cathcart, H., S.N. Bennett, and W.A. Krissinger. 2002. Be aware when heat shocking ascospores from crisp mutants of Neurospora crassa . Fungal Genet. Newslett. 49:17.

21. Celerin, M. and K.T. Chun. 2002. Rapid amplification of genomic DNA sequences tagged by insertional mutagenesis. In: PCR cloning protocols: Second edition. Y. Chen Bing, and W.E. Janes-Harry (eds.). Humana Press Inc, Totowa, NJ. pp. 325-335

22. Cerutti, H. 2003. RNA interference: traveling in the cell and gaining functions? Trends Genet. 19:39-46.

23. Chen, X. 2002. Interaction of the Neurospora crassa mitochondrial tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase with group I introns. Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Texas. 123 pg.

24. Chen, Y. and W. Zhao. 2002. Progress in the study of microbial linear plasmids. Weishengwu Xuebao 42:768-772.

25. Chen, B.G. 2003. Circadian rhythms in Neurospora : characterization of new 12 hour clock mutant, ultradian. Thesis (M.S.)--University of California, San Diego. xiv, 121 pg.

26. Cheng, J.C., C.B. Matsen, F.A. Gonzales, W. Ye, S. Greer, V.E. Marquez, P.A. Jones, and E.U. Selker. 2003. Inhibition of DNA methylation and reactivation of silenced genes by zebularine. J. Natl. Cancer Inst. 95:399-409.

27. Cheng, P., Q. He, Y. Yang, L. Wang, and Y. Liu. 2003. Functional conservation of light, oxygen, or voltage domains in light sensing. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 100:5938-5943.

28. Cheng, P., Y. Yang, L. Wang, Q. He, and Y. Liu. 2003. WHITE COLLAR-1, a multifunctional Neurospora protein involved in the circadian feedback loops, light sensing, and transcription repression of wc-2. J. Biol. Chem. 278:3801-3808.

29. Collins, R.A. 2002. The Neurospora Varkud satellite ribozyme. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 30:1122-1126.

30. Copley, S.D. 2003. Enzymes with extra talents: moonlighting functions and catalytic promiscuity. Curr. Opin. Chem. Biol. 7:265-272.

31. Correa, A. 2002. Control of rhythmic conidiation by the circadian clock in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Texas A&M University. xi, 162 pg.

32. Crepin, V.F., C.B. Faulds, and I.F. Connerton. 2002. Identification, cloning and expression of a ferulic acid esterase from Neurospora crassa. In: Plant biopolymer science: Food and non food applications. D. Renard, G. Della Valle, and Y. E. Popineau (eds.) Royal Society of Chemistry. pp. 31-35.

33. Crepin, V.F., C.B. Faulds, and I.F. Connerton. 2003. A non-modular type B feruloyl esterase from Neurospora crassa exhibits concentration-dependent substrate inhibition. Biochem. J. 370:417-427.

34. Csóka, B., T. Zeke, E. Kókai, J. Doonan, H. Fox, Z. Fehér, and V. Dombrádi. 2002. Expression of the Aspergillus bimG gene in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 49:13-14.

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

36. Davis, R.H. 2003. The microbial models of molecular biology : from genes to genomes. Oxford University Press, New York. 368 p.

37. de Groot, P.W.J., K.J. Hellingwerf, and F.M. Klis. 2003. Genome-wide identification of fungal GPI proteins. Yeast 20:781-796.

38. Deluca, D., G. Woehlke, and L. Moroder. 2003. Synthesis and conformational characterization of peptides related to the neck domain of a fungal kinesin. J. Pept. Sci. 9:203-211.

39. Desai, N.A. and V. Shankar. 2003. Single-strand-specific nucleases. FEMS Microbiol. Rev. 26:457-491.

40. Dripps, S. 2002. Site-directed mutagenesis of the -127 activator binding site of qa-2 in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.S.)---Youngstown State University. viii, 83 pg.

41. Duarte, M., M. Peters, U. Schulte, and A. Videira. 2003. The internal alternative NADH dehydrogenase of Neurospora crassa mitochondria. Biochem. J. 371:1005-1011.

42. Dunlap, J.C. and C.T. Wu. 2002. Homology effects. Advance in Genetics vol. 46. Academic Press, San Diego xxiii, 540 p.

43. Faou, P. 2002. NcCyP41, a two domain Neurospora crassa cyclophilin : characterization of its peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase activity ; isolation and functional analysis of two novel NcCyP41-binding proteins. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Universität Freiburg. v, 95 pg.

44. Feofilova, E.P. 2003. Deceleration of vital activity as a universal biochemical mechanism ensuring adaptation of microorganisms to stress factors: A review. Appl. Biochem. Microbiol. 39:1-18.

45. Folco, H.D., M. Freitag, A. Ramon, E.D. Temporini, M.E. Alvarez, I. Garcia, C. Scazzocchio, E.U. Selker, and A.L. Rosa. 2003. Histone H1 is required for proper regulation of pyruvate decarboxylase gene expression in Neurospora crassa. Eukaryot. Cell 2:341-350.

46. Franchi, L. 2003. Blue light responses in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph.D.)--New York University. xi, 100 pg.

47. Frey, T.G., C.W. Renken, and G.A. Perkins. 2002. Insight into mitochondrial structure and function from electron tomography. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1555:196-203.

48. Froehlich, A.C., J.J. Loros, and J.C. Dunlap. 2003. Rhythmic binding of a WHITE COLLAR-containing complex to the frequency promoter is inhibited by FREQUENCY. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 100:5914-5919.

49. Fujimura, M., N. Ochiai, M. Oshima, T. Motoyama, A. Ichiishi, R. Usami, K. Horikoshi, and I. Yamaguchi. 2003. Putative homologs of SSK22 MAPKK kinase and PBS2 MAPK kinase of Saccharomyces cerevisiae encoded by os-4 and os-5 genes for osmotic sensitivity and fungicide resistance in Neurospora crassa. Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem. 67:186-191.

50. Galagan, J.E., S.E. Calvo, K.A. Borkovich, E.U. Selker, N.D. Read, D. Jaffe, W. FitzHugh, L-J. Ma, S. Smirnov, S. Purcell, B. Rehman, T. Elkins, R. Engels, S. Wang, C.B. Nielsen, J. Butler, M. Endrizzi, D. Qui, P. Ianakiev, D. Bell-Pedersen, M.A. Nelson, W.M. Werner, C.P. Selitrennikoff, J.A. Kinsey, E.L. Braun, A. Zelter, U. Schulte, G.O. Kothe, G. Jedd, W. Mewes, C. Staben, E. Marcotte, D. Greenberg, A. Roy, K. Foley, J. Naylor, T.N. Stange, R. Barrett, S. Gnerre, M. Kamal, M. Kamvysselis, E. Mauceli, C. Bielke, S. Rudd, D. Frishman, S. Krystofova, C. Rasmussen, R.L. Metzenberg, D.D. Perkins, S. Kroken, C. Cogoni, G. Macino, D. Catcheside, W. Li, R.J. Pratt, S.A. Osmani, C.P.C. DeSouza, L. Glass, M.J. Orbach, J.A. Berglund, R. Voelker, O. Yarden, M. Plamann, S. Seiler, J. Dunlap, A. Radford, R. Aramayo, D.O. Natvig, L.A. Alex, G. Mannhaupt, D.J. Ebbole, M. Freitag, I. Paulsen, M.S. Sachs, E.S. Lander, C. Nusbaum, and B. Birren. 2003. The genome sequence of the filamentous fungus Neurospora crassa. Nature 422:859-868.

51. Geiman, T.M. and K.D. Robertson. 2002. Chromatin remodeling, histone modifications, and DNA methylation: how does it all fit together? J. Cell. Biochem. 87:117-125.

52. 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. Prikl. Biokhim. Mikrobiol. 38:237 -242.

53. Gifford, J.T., B.W. Taron, P.A. Colussi, and C.H. Taron. 2002. A gene involved in fourth mannose addition to the Saccharomyces cerevisiae GPI anchor has orthologs in the three branches of ascomycete fungi. Glycobiology 12:669-670.

54. Glass, N.L. and I. Kaneko. 2003. Fatal attraction: nonself recognition and heterokaryon incompatibility in filamentous fungi. Eukaryot. Cell 2:1-8.

55. Gonze, D., J. Halloy, and A. Goldbeter. 2002. Deterministic versus stochastic models for circadian rhythms. J. Biol. Phys. 28:637-653.

56. Gonze, D., J. Halloy, and P. Gaspard. 2002. Biochemical clocks and molecular noise: theoretical study of robustness factors. J. Chem. Phys. 116:10997-11010.

57. Gorovits, R. and O. Yarden. 2003. Environmental suppression of Neurospora crassa cot-1 hyperbranching: a link between COT1 kinase and stress sensing. Eukaryot Cell 2:699-707.

58. Gourgues, M., P.H. Clergeot, C. Veneault, J. Cots, S. Sibuet, S.A. Brunet, C. Levis, T. Langin, and M.H. Lebrun. 2002. A new class of tetraspanins in fungi. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 297:1197-1204.

59. Granshaw, T., M. Tsukamoto, and S. Brody. 2003. Circadian rhythms in Neurospora crassa: farnesol or geraniol allow expression of rhythmicity in the otherwise arrhythmic strains frq(10), wc-1, and wc-2. J. Biol. Rhythms 18:287-296.

60. Grivennikova, V.G., D.V. Serebryanaya, E.P. Isakova, T.A. Belozerskaya, and A.D. Vinogradov. 2003. The transition between active and de-activated forms of NADH:ubiquinone oxidoreductase (Complex I) in the mitochondrial membrane of Neurospora crassa. Biochem. J. 369:619-626.

61. Gunter, C. 2003. Neurospora: ripped from the headlines. Nat. Rev. Genet. 4:327.

62. Gupta, G.D. 2002. The regulation of exocytosis and extensibility in hyphal tip growth. Thesis (Ph.D.)--York University. 214 pg.

63. Harold, F.M. 2002. Force and compliance: rethinking morphogenesis in walled cells. Fungal Genet. Biol. 37:271-282.

64. Harrison, K.A. and G.A. Marzluf. 2002. Characterization of DNA binding and the cysteine rich region of SRE, a GATA factor in Neurospora crassa involved in siderophore synthesis. Biochemistry 41:15288-15295.

65. Hasunuma, K., N. Yabe, Y. Yoshida, Y. Ogura, and T. Hamada. 2003. Putative functions of nucleoside diphosphate kinase in plants and fungi. J. Bioenerg. Biomembr. 35:57-65.

66. Hickey, P.C., D.J. Jacobson, N.D. Read, and N.L. Glass. 2002. Live-cell imaging of vegetative hyphal fusion in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 37:109-119.

67. Hiley, S.L., V.D. Sood, J. Fan, and R.A. Collins. 2002. 4-thio-U cross-linking identifies the active site of the VS ribozyme. EMBO J. 21:4691-4698.

68. Hoekstra, R.F. and A.J.M. Debets. 2002. Weakened from within: intragenomic conflict and virulence. In: Adaptive dynamics of infectious diseases: In pursuit of virulence management. U. Dieckmann, A.J. Metz Johan, W. Sabelis Maurice, and E. Sigmund-Karl (eds.). Cambridge University Press. pp. 280-285.

69. Hoffmann, B., G.T. Mitchell, P. Gendron, F. Major, A.A. Andersen, R.A. Collins, and P. Legault. 2003. NMR structure of the active conformation of the Varkud satellite ribozyme cleavage site. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 100:7003-7008.

70. Huang, J. and S.M. Bhandarkar. 2003. A comparison of physical mapping algorithms based on the maximum likelihood model. Bioinformatics 19:1303-1310.

71. Hynes, M.J. 2003. The Neurospora crassa genome opens up the world of filamentous fungi. Genome Biol. 4:217.

72. Hynes, M.J. and R.B. Todd. 2003. Detection of unpaired DNA at meiosis results in RNA-mediated silencing. Bioessays 25:99-103.

73. Ikawa, Y., K. Tsuda, S. Matsumura, S. Atsumi, and T. Inoue. 2003. Putative intermediary stages for the molecular evolution from a ribozyme to a catalytic RNP. Nucleic Acids Res. 31:1488-1496.

74. Ivey, F.D., A.M. Kays, and K.A. Borkovich. 2002. Shared and independent roles for a Gai protein and adenylyl cyclase in regulating development and stress responses in Neurospora crassa. Eukaryot. Cell 1:634-642.

75. Jones, P.A. 2002. DNA methylation and cancer. Oncogene 21:5358-5360.

76. Jones, F.D. and S.A. Strobel. 2003. Ionization of a critical adenosine residue in the Neurospora Varkud Satellite ribozyme active site. Biochemistry 42:4265-4276.

77. Karaman, M.W. 2002. Independent expression of acetylglutamate kinase and acetylglutamyl phosphate reductase in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of California, Los Angeles. xiii, 157 pg.

78. Kasbekar, D.P. 2002. Sex and the single gene: meiotic silencing by unpaired DNA. J. Biosci. 27:633-635.

79. Kasbekar, D.P. 2003. Blueprint of a red mould: unusual and unexpected findings in the Neurospora genome sequence. J. Biosci. 28:361-362.

80. Kawano, C.Y. and S. Said. 2002. Morphological alterations induced by cold-shock in Neurospora crassa. J. Basic Microbiol. 42:381-387.

81. Kays, A.M. 2002. Functional analysis of the Ga protein, GNA-3, in the development of Neurospora crassa using biochemical and genetic studies. Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. 234 pg.

82. Keasler, V.V. 2002. Characterization of a circadian rhythm mutant identified in a genetic screen in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Fellows Thesis)--Texas A&M University. viii, 29 pg.

83. Keskin, N., A. Ozkirim, N. Diril, and E. Oksuzoglu. 2003. Detection of mutagenic activities of various pesticides in Neurospora crassa. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 70:22-33.

84. Kim, H., R.L. Metzenberg, and M.A. Nelson. 2002. Multiple functions of mfa-1, a putative pheromone precursor gene of Neurospora crassa. Eukaryot. Cell 1:987-999.

85. Kitzing, K. 2002. Heterologe expression, reinigung und biochemische charakterisierung der bifunktionellen chorismatsynthase aus dem schimmelpilz Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zurich. xiii, 93 pg.

86. Kleidon, J., N. Plesofsky, and R. Brambl. 2003. Transcripts and transcript-binding proteins in mitochondria of Neurospora crassa. Mitochondrion 2:345-360.

87. Kochut, K., J. Arnold, A. Sheth, J. Miller, E. Kraemer, B. Arpinar, and J. Cardoso. 2003. IntelliGEN: A distributed workflow system for discovering protein-protein interactions. Distributed and Parallel Databases 13:43-72.

88. Kramer, C., J.J. Loros, J.C. Dunlap, and S.K. Crosthwaite. 2003. Role for antisense RNA in regulating circadian clock function in Neurospora crassa. Nature 421:948-952.

89. Kuhlbrandt, W., J. Zeelen, and J. Dietrich. 2002. Structure, mechanism, and regulation of the Neurospora plasma membrane H+-ATPase. Science 297:1692-1696.

90. Lafontaine, D.A., D.G. Norman, and D.M.J. Lilley. 2002. The structure and active site of the Varkud satellite ribozyme. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 30:1170-1175.

91. Lafontaine, D.A., D.G. Norman, and D.M. Lilley. 2002. Folding and catalysis by the VS ribozyme. Biochimie 84:889-896.

92. Lakaemper, S., A. Kallipolitou, G. Woehlke, M. Schliwa, and E. Meyhoefer. 2003. Single fungal kinesin motor molecules move processively along microtubules. Biophys. J. 84:1833-1843.

93. Lee, D.W., R.J. Pratt, M. McLaughlin, and R. Aramayo. 2003. An argonaute-like protein is required for meiotic silencing. Genetics 164:821-828.

94. Lee, D.W., J.R. Haag, and R. Aramayo. 2003. Construction of strains for rapid homokaryon purification after integration of constructs at the histidine-3 (his-3) locus of Neurospora crassa. Curr. Genet. 43:17-23.

95. Lee, K., J.C. Dunlap, and J.J. Loros. 2003. Roles for WHITE COLLAR-1 in circadian and general photoperception in Neurospora crassa. Genetics 163:103-114.

96. Li, X.X. and M. Colombini. 2002. Catalyzed insertion of proteins into phospholipid membranes: Specificity of the process. Biophys. J. 83:2550-2559.

97. Liu, Y. 2003. Molecular mechanisms of entrainment in the Neurospora circadian clock. J. Biol. Rhythms 18:195-205.

98. Lopez, S.N., M. Sortino, A. Escalante, F. de Campos, R. Correa, V. Cechinel Filho, R.J. Nunes, and S.A. Zacchino. 2003. Antifungal properties of novel N- and a,b –substituted succinimides against dermatophytes. Arzneim.-Forsch./Drug Res. 53:280-288.

99. Low, R.L. 2003. Mitochondrial endonuclease G function in apoptosis and mtDNA metabolism: a historical perspective. Mitochondrion 2:225-236.

100. Machwe, A., A.M. Senczuk, and M. Kapoor. 2002. Induction profiles and properties of a novel stress-induced peroxidase in Neurospora crassa. Mycoscience 43:103-111.

101. Maget, D.R., B.M.H. Metz, and K.B. Helle. 2002. The N-terminal domain of chromogranin A (CgA1-40) interacts with monolayers of membrane lipids of fungal and mammalian compositions. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 971:352-354.

102. Makeyev, E.V. and D.H. Bamford. 2002. Cellular RNA-dependent RNA polymerase involved in posttranscriptional gene silencing has two distinct activity modes. Mol. Cell 10:1417-1427.

103. Mannhaupt, G., C. Montrone, D. Haase, H.W. Mewes, V. Aign, J.D. Hoheisel, B. Fartmann, G. Nyakatura, F. Kempken, J. Maier, and U. Schulte. 2003. What's in the genome of a filamentous fungus? Analysis of the Neurospora genome sequence. Nucleic Acids Res. 31:1944-1954.

104. March, I.J. 2002. Identification and initial characterization of circadian clock mutants in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.S.)--Texas A&M University. xi, 80 pg.

105. Marques, I., M. Duarte, and A. Videira. 2003. The 9.8 kDa subunit of complex I, related to bacterial Na+-translocating NADH dehydrogenases, is required for enzyme assembly and function in Neurospora crassa. J. Mol. Biol. 329:283-290.

106. Marzluf, G.A. 2003. Multiple GATA transcription factors control distinct regulatory circuits and cellular activities in Neurospora., In Genomics of Plants and Fungi. R.A. Prade and H.J. Bohnert (eds.). Marcel Dekker, New York. pp. 119-130.

107. Matsuo, M. 2002. Antioxidant activity of hydrophilic compounds of defatted soybean fermented with Neurospora intermedia (D-ontjom). Food Sci. Technol. Res. 8:235-238.

108. Matsuo, M. 2002. Plasma cholesterol reducing effect by okara oncom (fermented with Neurospora intermedia) in rats fed a cholesterol-free diet. ITE Lett. Batteries New Technologies Med. 3:C41-C44.

109. Merrow, M., Z. Dragovic, Y. Tan, G. Meyer, K. Sveric, M. Mason, J. Ricken, and T. Roenneberg. 2003. Combining theoretical and experimental approaches to understand the circadian clock. Chronobiol. Int. 20:559-575.

110. Metzenberg, R.L. 2002. Improved selection for inositol-utilization following transformation of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 49:18.

111. Metzenberg, R.L. and M.S. Sachs. 2002. Neurospora heterokaryons involving a thymidine kinase-positive “helper“: use in storing poorly viable strains or crossing strains of limited fertility. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 49:19.

112. Micali, C.O. and M.L. Smith. 2003. On the independence of barrage formation and heterokaryon incompatibility in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 38:209-219.

113. Michan, S., F. Lledias, and W. Hansberg. 2003. Asexual development is increased in Neurospora crassa cat-3-null mutant strains. Eukaryot Cell 2:798-808.

114. Mo, X. 2002. Cooperative action of the nit2 and nit4 transcription factors upon gene expression and the identification of cys-13 gene encoding sulfate permease-I in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Ohio State University. xii, 100 pg.

115. Mo, X.K. and G.A. Marzluf. 2003. Cooperative action of the NIT2 and NIT4 transcription factors upon gene expression in Neurospora crassa. Curr. Genet. 42:260-267.

116. Mokranjac, D., S.A. Paschen, C. Kozany, H. Prokisch, S.C. Hoppins, F.E. Nargang, W. Neupert, and K. Hell. 2003. Tim50, a novel component of the TIM23 preprotein translocase of mitochondria. EMBO J. 22:816-825.

117. Morgan, L.W., A.V. Greene, and D. Bell-Pedersen. 2003. Circadian and light-induced expression of luciferase in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 38:327-332.

118. Natarajan, A.T. 2002. Chromosome aberrations: past, present and future. Mutat. Res. 504:3-16.

119. Ndaw, S., M. Bergaentzle, W.D. Aoude, and C. Hasselmann. 2002. Enzymatic extraction procedure for the liquid chromatographic determination of niacin in foodstuffs. Food Chem. 78:129-134.

120. Nowrousian, M., G.E. Duffield, J.J. Loros, and J.C. Dunlap. 2003. The frequency gene is required for temperature-dependent regulation of many clock-controlled genes in Neurospora crassa. Genetics 164:923-933.

121. Osiewacz, H.D. 2002. Genes, mitochondria and aging in filamentous fungi. Ageing Res. Rev. 1:425-442.

122. Perkins, D.D. and R.H Davis. 2002. Neurospora chronology 1843-2002. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 49:4-8.

123. Perkins, D.D. 2002. Neurospora perithecia: the first sighting. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 49:9-10.

124. Perkins, D.D. 2002. Corrections to the Neurospora Compendium. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 49:17.

125. Perkins, D.D. 2003. A fratricidal fungal prion. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 100:6292-6294.

126. Pickford, A., L. Braccini, G. Macino, and C. Cogoni. 2003. The QDE-3 homologue RecQ-2 co-operates with QDE-3 in DNA repair in Neurospora crassa. Curr. Genet. 42:220-227.

127. Plesofsky, N. and R. Brambl. 2002. Analysis of interactions between domains of a small heat shock protein, Hsp30 of Neurospora crassa. Cell Stress Chaperones 7:374-386.

128. Poon, A.H-L. 2002. Structural features affecting the cleavage rate and magnesium optimum in the Neurospora VS ribozyme. Thesis (M.Sc.)--University of Toronto. 70 pg.

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Coauthor Index (first authors not included)

Aarts, H.J.M.      130
Aign, V.      103
Aist, J.R.      149
Alex, L.A.      50
Allis, C.D.      151, 167
Alvarez, M.E.      45
Andersen, A.A.      69
Aoude, W.D.      119
Aramayo, R.      50, 93, 94, 129
Arnold, J.      6, 87
Arpinar, B.      87
Asch, D.K.      6
Atsumi, S.      73
Averett, D.R.      17
Bagossi, P.      196
Bamford, D.H.      102
Barrett, R.      50
Bartel, D.P.      136
Bartnicki-Garcia, S.      140
Bauer, R.      130
Beach, B.M.      175
Bechinger, C.      5
Bell-Pedersen, D.      50, 117
Belozerskaya, T.A.      52, 60
Bennett, S.N.      20
Bergaentzle, M.      119
Berglund, J.A.      50
Bhandarkar, S.M.      70
Bielke, C.      50
Bird, A.P.      152
Birren, B.      50
Bland, J.M.      137
Borkovich, K.A.      50, 74, 188
Boue, S.      137
Bowring, F.J.      192
Braccini, L.      126
Brambl, R.      86, 127
Braun, E.L.      50
Bretner, M.      198
Brix, J.      163
Brody, S.      59
Brosch, G.      4
Brunet, S.A.      58
Butler, J.      50
Bykhovsky, V.Y.      52
Calvo, S.E.      50
Cardoso, J.      87
Case, M.E.      6
Catcheside, D.E.A.      50, 192
Cechinel Filho, V.      98
Cheng, P.      189
Cheng, X.      167, 197
Chua, N.H.      194
Chun, K.T.      21
Clergeot, P.H.      58
Cogoni, C.      50, 126
Collins, R.A.      67, 69, 195
Collison, D.      138
Colombini, M.      96
Colussi, P.A.      53
Connerton, I.F.      32, 33
Coosemans, J.      178
Correa, R.      98
Cots, J.      58
Court, D.A.      7
Cross, S.H.      152
Crosthwaite, S.K.      88
Csoka, B.      164
Davis, R.H     122
Davoodi, N.      191
de Campos, F.      98
De Lucca, A.J.      137
Deak, R.      130
Debets, A.J.M.      68
Deising, H.B.      5
Deluca, D.      147
DeSouza, C.P.C.      50
Dietrich, J.      89
Diril, N.      83
Dirk, L.M.A.      175
Dombrádi, V.      34, 164, 196
Doonan, J.      34
Dragovic, Z.      109
Duarte, M.      105, 180
Duffield, G.E.      120
Dunlap, J.C.      48, 50, 88, 95, 120
Ebbole, D.-J.      50
Elkins, T.      50
Endrizzi, M.      50
Engels, R.      50
Erdmann, R.      158
Escalante, A.      98
Fan, J.      67
Fartmann, B.      103
Faulds, C.B.      32, 33
Fehér, Z.      34, 164, 196
Figlerowicz, M.      165
FitzHugh, W.      50
Foley, K.      50
Fox, H.      34
Freitag, M.      45, 50, 151, 152
Frishman, D.      50
Fu, W.      183
Garcia, I.      45
Gaspard, P.      56
Gendron, P.      69
Gergely, P.      196
Glass, N.L.      50, 66, 146, 186
Gnerre, S.      50
Goldbeter, A.      55
Gonzales, F.A.      26
Goormaghtigh, E.      132, 133
Goto, N.      172
Graessle, S.      4
Grasby, J.A.      177
Greenberg, D.      50
Greene, A.V.      117
Greer, S.      26
Grewal, S.I.      167
Griffiths, A.J.F.      12
Grossberger, R.      181
Grosz, G.      164
Haag, J.R.      94
Haase, D.      103
Halloy, J.      55, 56
Hamada, T.      65
Hansberg, W.      113
Hasegawa, K.      172
Hasselmann, C.      119
He, Q.      27, 28, 189
Heath, I.B.      173
Heidkaemper, D.      16
Heimpel, S.      16
Hell, K.      116
Helle, K.B.      101
Hellingwerf, K.J.      37
Hewitt, D.      194
Hilton, N.      3
Hoheisel, J.D.      103
Hoppins, S.C.      116
Horikoshi, K.      49
Horton, J.R.      197
Houtz, R.L.      175
Hurley, J.H.      175
Ianakiev, P.      50
Ichiishi, A.      49
Inoue, H.      145
Inoue, T.      73
Isakova, E.P.      8, 60
Ishida, K.-I.      12
Ishii, C.      145
Iyer, G.      146
Jacobson, D.J.      66
Jaffe, D.      50
Jarmolowski, A.      165
Jedd, G.      50, 194
Jiang, W.D.      17
Jones, P.A.      26
Kalkman, E.R.      135
Kallipolitou, A.      92
Kamal, M.      50
Kamvysselis, M.      50
Kaneko, I.      54
Kapoor, M.      13, 100, 154
Kasbekar, D.P.      10, 11
Kato, T.      172
Kays, A.M.      74
Keasling, J.D.      182
Keefe, L.J.      197
Kempken, F.      103
Kessler, K.E.      168
Ketting, R.F.      171
Khan, S.I.      197
Khosravi, A.A.      191
Kinsey, J.A.      50
Kirchner, J.      147
Klingenberg, M.      16
Klis, F.M.      37
Koh, L.Y.      192
Kokai, E.      34, 196
Kothe, G.O.      50, 151
Kozany, C.      116
Kraemer, E.      87
Kraus, G.F.      130
Kreibich, A.      185
Krissinger, W.A.      20
Kroken, S.      50
Krystofova, S.      50
Kumaran, D.      194
Lander, E.S.      50
Langin, T.      58
Latha, J.N.L.      134
Lebrun, M.H.      58
Legault, P.      69
Levis, C.      58
Lew, R.R.      159
Li, Q.H.      168
Li, W.      50
Liao, X.R.      183
Lilley, D.M.J.      90, 91
Liu, Y.      27, 28, 189
Livens, F.R.      138
Lledias, F.      113
Lopandic, K.      130
Loros, J.J.      48, 88, 95, 120
Ma, L-J.      50
Machwe, A.      154
Macino, G.      50, 126
Maier, J.      103
Majdic, U.      147
Major, F.      69
Mannhaupt, G.      50
Maraz, A.      130
Marcotte, E.      50
Margolin, B.S.      151, 152
Marquez, V.E.      26
Marzluf, G.A.      64, 115
Mason, M.      109
Matsen, C.B.      26
Matsumura, S.      73
Matsuno, Y.A.      187
Mauceli, E.      50
McCoy, M.      17
McDaniel, D.P.      140
McHale, B.J.      169
McLaughlin, M.      93
McMillen, D.      167
Merrow, M.      143
Metz, B.M.H.      101
Metzenberg, R.L.      50, 84, 156
Mewes, H.W.      50, 103
Meyer, G.      109
Meyhoefer, E.      92
Miller, J.      87
Mitchell, G.T.      69
Mo, W.J.      148
Mohan, P.M.      134
Montrone, C.      103
Mori, Y.      172
Moroder, L.      38, 147
Motoyama, T.      49
Murphy, J.G.      152
Murray, I.A.      177
Nakajima, T.      1
Nakashima, H.      174
Nakayama, J.      167
Naoi, Y.      145
Nargang, C.E.      168
Nargang, F.E.      116, 168, 169
Natvig, D.O.      50
Naylor, J.      50
Nelson, M.A.      50, 84
Nemati, M.      191
Neupert, W.      116, 163
Nielsen, C.-B.      50
Norman, D.G.      90, 91
Noubissi, F.K.      11
Nunes, R.J.      98
Nusbaum, C.      50
Nyakatura, G.      103
Ochiai, N.      49
Ogata, K.      132
Ogura, Y.      65
Oksuzoglu, E.      83
Onai, K.      174
Orbach, M.J.      50
Oshima, M.      49
Osmani, S.A.      50
Ozkirim, A.      83
Paietta, J.V.      160
Parvez, M.M.      172
Paschen, S.A.      116
Paulsen, I.      50
Perkins, D.D.      35, 50
Perkins, G.A.      47
Peters, M.      41
Peumans, W.J.      178
Pfanner, N.      163
Plamann, M.      50
Plasterk, R.H.A.      171
Plesofsky, N.      86
Poole, S.I.      188
Potapova, T.V.      8, 161
Pratt, R.J.      50
Pratt, R.J.      93
Prokisch, H.      116, 158
Purcell, S.      50
Qui, D.      50
Radford, A.      50
Ramon, A.      45
Rapaport, D.      163
Rashmi, K.      134
Rasmussen, C.      50
Rasmussen, J.P.      192
Raussens, V.      133
Read, N.D.      50, 66
Rehman, B.      50
Renault, S.      148
Renken, C.W.      47
Ricken, J.      109
Roberson, R.W.      140
Robertson, K.D.      51
Robson, G.D.      138
Roenneberg, T.      109
Rosa, A.L.      45
Rothschild, K.J.      9
Rottensteiner, H.      158
Rountree, M.R.      151
Roy, A.      50
Rudd, S.      50
Ruoff, P.      139
Ruysschaert, J.M.      132, 133
Sachs, M.S.      50, 111
Said, S.      80
Savel'eva, L.V.      8
Scazzocchio, C.      45
Schell-Steven, A.      158
Schliwa, M.      92, 147
Schneider-Mergener, J.      163
Schroeder, R.      181
Schulte, U.      41, 50, 103
Schuttler, H.B.      6
Schweigkofler, W.      130
Seiler, S.      50
Selitrennikoff, C.P.      50, 137, 148
Selker, E.U.      26, 45, 50, 166, 167, 197
Senczuk, A.M.      100
Serebryanaya, D.V.      60
Shankar, V.      39
Sheth, A.      87
Shio, H.      194
Shugar, D.      198
Shurubor, E.I.      8
Sibuet, S.      58
Singh, P.B.      167
Smirnov, S.      50
Smith, M.L.      112
Sokolov, A.V.      52
Sood, V.D.      67
Sortino, M.      98
Spudich, E.N.      9
Spudich, J.L.      9
Staben, C.      50
Stahl, U.      142
Stange, T.N.      50
Sterflinger, K.      130
Strobel, S.A.      76
Sveric, K.      109
Swaminathan, K.      194
Swaminathan, S.      194
Szirak, K.      196
Szoor, B.      196
Sztanek, F.      164
Szyszka, R.      198
Tamaru, H.      151, 197
Tan, Y.      109
Taron, B.W.      53
Taron, C.H.      53
Taylor, J.W.      131
Taylor, R.J.      138
Temporini, E.D.      45
Thompson, C.M.      17
Todd, R.B.      72
Tountas, N.A.      152
Trinci, A.P.J.      138
Trojer, P.      4
Tropschug, M.      16
Tsuda, K.      73
Tsukamoto, M.      59
Tuchman, M.      18
Turgeon, B.G.      149
Usami, R.      49
Van Damme, E.J.      178
Veenhuis, M.      179
Veneault, C.      58
Videira, A.      41, 105
Vigo, C.B.      137
Vinogradov, A.D.      60
Voelker, R.      50
Vyas, M.      11
Wada, Y.      145
Walton, J.D.      4
Wang, L.      27, 28, 189
Wang, S.      50
Werner, W.M.      50
Wiebe, M.G.      138
Wobbe, C.R.      17
Wodak, S.      132
Woehlke, G.      38, 92, 147
Wu, C.T.      42
Wu, J.      146
Yabe, N.      65
Yamagata, Y.      1
Yamaguchi, I.      49
Yang, Y.      27, 28
Yarden, O.      50, 57, 196
Yatzkan, E.      196
Ye, W.      26
Yoder, O.C.      149
Yoshida, Y.      65
Zacchino, S.A.      98
Zastapilo, K.      198
Zeelen, J.      89
Zeke, T.      34, 164
Zelter, A.      50
Zhang, X.      167
Zhao, W.      24
Zolan, M.      19
Zvyagilskaya, R.A.      8

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