Neurospora Bibliography

This bibliography represents my attempt to collect all works dealing substantially with Neurospora. Please let me know of anything published in 2003 or 2004 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.

Craig Wilson, 15236 Ashworth Ave. N., Shoreline WA 98133, USA (

Author Name index

1. Aguirre, J., M. Rios-Momberg, D. Hewitt, and W. Hansberg. 2005. Reactive oxygen species and development in microbial eukaryotes. Trends Microbiol. 13:111-118.

2. Alcantara-Sanchez, F., C. G. Reynaga-Pena, R. Salcedo-Hernandez, and J. Ruiz-Herrera. 2004. Possible role of ionic gradients in the apical growth of Neurospora crassa. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 86:301-311.

3. Alvarez Baron, C. P. 2004. Circadian rhythm in succinate dehydrogenase activity in Neurospora crassa. Acta Biologica Colombiana 9:47-56.

4. Ambra, R., B. Grimaldi, S. Zamboni, P. Filetici, G. Macino, and P. Ballario. 2004. Photomorphogenesis in the hypogeous fungus Tuber borchii: isolation and characterization of Tbwc-1, the homologue of the blue-light photoreceptor of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 41:688-697.

5. Arnett, D. R. 2005. The quinic acid gene cluster in Neurospora: Sequence comparison and gene expression. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Kent State University. x, 155 leaves.

6. Badgett, J. T. C. 2004. Characterization of the Neurospora crassa mat a-1 idiomorph. Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Kentucky. v, 128 leaves.

7. Banno, S., N. Ochiai, R. Noguchi, M. Kimura, I. Yamaguchi, S. Kanzaki, T. Murayama, and M. Fujimura. 2005. A catalytic subunit of cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase, PKAC-1, regulates asexual differentiation in Neurospora crassa. Genes Genet. Syst. 80:25-34.

8. Barnes, V. R. 2004. Iso-orotate decarboxylase: purification, isolation and the rate of the enzymatic and non-enzymatic reaction. Thesis (M.S.)--Youngstown State University. x, 62, 9, 8, 3 leaves.

9. Bathe, F., K. Hahlen, R. Dombi, L. Driller, M. Schliwa, and G. Woehlke. 2005. The complex interplay between the neck and hinge domains in kinesin-1 dimerization and motor activity. Mol. Biol. Cell 16:3529-3537.

10. Becker, L., M. Bannwarth, C. Meisinger, K. Hill, K. Model, T. Krimmer, R. Casadio, K. N. Truscott, G. E. Schulz, N. Pfanner, and R. Wagner. 2005. Preprotein translocase of the outer mitochondrial membrane: Reconstituted Tom40 forms a characteristic TOM pore. J. Mol. Biol. 353:1011-1020.

11. Bell-Pedersen, D., V. M. Cassone, D. J. Earnest, S. S. Golden, P. E. Hardin, T. L. Thomas, and M. J. Zoran. 2005. Circadian rhythms from multiple oscillators: lessons from diverse organisms. Nat. Rev. Genet. 6:544-556.

12. Beltrao, P., and L. Serrano. 2005. Comparative genomics and disorder prediction identify biologically relevant SH3 protein interactions. PLoS Comput. Biol. 1:e26.

13. Berkeley, L. Y. 2004. Phenotypic, biochemical and phylogenetic characterization of HU-Biol-1: An antifungal producing bacterium. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Howard University. 185 leaves.

14. Bhat, A., and D. P. Kasbekar. 2004. Why are Neurospora crassa crosses that are homozygous for a large duplication barren? Fungal Genet. Newslett. 51:15-16.

15. Bhat, A., R. Tamuli, and D. P. Kasbekar. 2004. Genetic transformation of Neurospora tetrasperma, demonstration of repeat-induced point mutation (RIP) in self-crosses and a screen for recessive RIP-defective mutants. Genetics 167:1155-1164.

16. Boeck, P., P. C. Leal, R. A. Yunes, V. C. Filho, S. Lopez, M. Sortino, A. Escalante, R. L. Furlan, and S. Zacchino. 2005. Antifungal activity and studies on mode of action of novel xanthoxyline-derived chalcones. Arch. Pharm. (Weinheim) 338:87-95.

17. Bowman, S. M., A. Piwowar, M. Ciocca, and S. J. Free. 2005. Mannosyltransferase is required for cell wall biosynthesis, morphology and control of asexual development in Neurospora crassa. Mycologia. 97:872-879.

18. Brody, S. 2005. Genetics and kinetics. Fungal Genet. Biol. 42:81-96.

19. Bugala, K., M. Zywicki, E. Wyszko, M. Z. Barciszewska, and J. Barciszewski. 2005. [Riboswitches]. Postepy Biochem. 51:111-119.

20. Bystrova, E. Y., L. K. Panina, and G. B. Belostotskaya. 2005. Investigation of oscillatory apical growth of imperfect fungi mycelium. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 39:41-48.

21. Cahan, P., and J. C. Kennell. 2005. Identification and distribution of sequences having similarity to mitochondrial plasmids in mitochondrial genomes of filamentous fungi. Mol. Genet. Genomics. 273:462-473.

22. Campbell, D. O. 2004. Structural investigation of the effect of magnesium-ion binding on stem-loop V of the Neurospora VS ribozyme. Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Georgia. viii, 207 leaves.

23. Campbell, D. O., and P. Legault. 2005. Nuclear magnetic resonance structure of the Varkud satellite ribozyme stem-loop V RNA and magnesium-ion binding from chemical-shift mapping. Biochemistry 44:4157-4170.

24. Campbell, T. N., and F. Y. M. Choy. 2005. RNA interference: Past, present and future. Curr. Issues Mol. Biol. 7:1-6.

25. Cheng, P., Q. He, Q. Y. He, L. X. Wang, and Y. Liu. 2005. Regulation of the Neurospora circadian clock by an RNA helicase. Genes Dev.. 19:234-241.

26. Chicas, A., E. C. Forrest, S. Sepich, C. Cogoni, and G. Macino. 2005. Small interfering RNAs that trigger posttranscriptional gene silencing are not required for the histone H3 Lys9 methylation necessary for transgenic tandem repeat stabilization in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Cell. Biol. 25:3793-3801.

27. Cobine, P. A., R. T. McKay, K. Zangger, C. T. Dameron, and I. M. Armitage. 2004. Solution structure of Cu-6 metallothionein from the fungus Neurospora crassa. Eur. J. Biochem. 271:4213-4221.

28. Collins, R. E., M. Tachibana, H. Tamaru, K. M. Smith, D. Jia, X. Zhang, E. U. Selker, Y. Shinkai, and X. Cheng. 2005. In vitro and in vivo analyses of a Phe/Tyr switch controlling product specificity of histone lysine methyltransferases. J. Biol. Chem. 280:5563-5570.

29. Colot, H. V., J. J. Loros, and J. C. Dunlap. 2005. Temperature-modulated alternative splicing and promoter use in the circadian clock gene frequency. Mol. Biol. Cell. 16: 5563-5571

30. Cultrone, A., C. Scazzocchio, M. Rochet, G. Montero-Moran, C. Drevet, and R. Fernandez-Martin. 2005. Convergent evolution of hydroxylation mechanisms in the fungal kingdom: molybdenum cofactor-independent hydroxylation of xanthine via α-ketoglutarate-dependent dioxygenases. Mol. Microbiol. 57:276-290.

31. D'Souza, A. D., H. Bertrand, and R. Maheshwari. 2005. Intramolecular recombination and deletions in mitochondrial DNA of senescent, a nuclear-gene mutant of Neurospora crassa exhibiting "death" phenotype. Fungal Genet. Biol. 42:178-190.

32. D'Souza, A. D., S. Sultana, and R. Maheshwari. 2005. Characterization and prevalence of a circular mitochondrial plasmid in senescence-prone isolates of Neurospora intermedia. Curr. Genet. 47:182-193.

33. de Paula, R. M., W. A. Wilson, P. J. Roach, H. F. Terenzi, and M. C. Bertolini. 2005. Biochemical characterization of Neurospora crassa glycogenin (GNN), the self-glucosylating initiator of glycogen synthesis. FEBS Lett. 579:2208-2214.

34. de Paula, R. M., W. A. Wilson, H. F. Terenzi, P. J. Roach, and M. C. Bertolini. 2005. GNN is a self-glucosylating protein involved in the initiation step of glycogen biosynthesis in Neurospora crassa. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 435:112-124.

35. de Souza, A. M. F., and J. A. Lopez. 2004. Insulin or insulin-like studies on unicellular organisms: a review. Braz. Arch. Biol. Technol. 47:973-981.

36. Descheneau, A. T. 2004. Isolation and characterization of mutations affecting alternative oxidase regulation in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Alberta. [17], 234 leaves.

37. Descheneau, A. T., I. A. Cleary, and F. E. Nargang. 2005. Genetic evidence for a regulatory pathway controlling alternative oxidase production in Neurospora crassa. Genetics 169:123-135.

38. Dettman, J. R. 2003. Phylogenetic divergence and reproductive isolation in Neurospora: comparing methods of species recognition in a model microbial eukaryote. Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of California. vi, 242 leaves.

39. Dettman, J. R., and J. W. Taylor. 2004. Mutation and evolution of microsatellite loci in Neurospora. Genetics 168:1231-1248.

40. Diaz, A., R. A. Munoz-Clares, P. Rangel, V. J. Valdes, and W. Hansberg. 2005. Functional and structural analysis of catalase oxidized by singlet oxygen. Biochimie 87:205-214.

41. Diernfellner, A. C., T. Schafmeier, M. W. Merrow, and M. Brunner. 2005. Molecular mechanism of temperature sensing by the circadian clock of Neurospora crassa. Genes Dev. 19:1968-1973.

42. Duarte, M., U. Schulte, A. V. Ushakova, and A. Videira. 2005. Neurospora strains harboring mitochondrial disease-associated mutations in iron-sulfur subunits of complex I. Genetics 171:91-99.

43. Duffield, G., J. J. Loros, and J. C. Dunlap. 2005. Analysis of circadian output rhythms of gene expression in Neurospora and mammalian cells in culture. Methods Enzymol. 393:315-341.

44. Dunlap, J. C., and J. J. Loros. 2005. Analysis of circadian rhythms in Neurospora: overview of assays and genetic and molecular biological manipulation. Methods Enzymol. 393:3-22.

45. Dunlap, J. C., and J. J. Loros. 2004. The Neurospora circadian system. J. Biol. Rhythms 19:414-424.

46. Ebbole, D. J., Y. Jin, M. Thon, H. Q. Pan, E. Bhattarai, T. Thomas, and R. Dean. 2004. Gene discovery and gene expression in the rice blast fungus, Magnaporthe grisea: Analysis of expressed sequence tags. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. 17:1337-1347.

47. Elvin, M., J. J. Loros, J. C. Dunlap, and C. Heintzen. 2005. The PAS/LOV protein VIVID supports a rapidly dampened daytime oscillator that facilitates entrainment of the Neurospora circadian clock. Genes Dev. 19:2593-2605.

48. Etienne, O., C. Gasnier, C. Taddei, J. C. Voegel, D. Aunis, P. Schaaf, M. H. Metz-Boutigue, A. L. Bolcato-Bellemin, and C. Egles. 2005. Antifungal coating by biofunctionalized polyelectrolyte multilayered films. Biomaterials 26:6704-6712.

49. Faou, P., and M. Tropschug. 2004. Neurospora crassa CyPBP37: a cytosolic stress protein that is able to replace yeast Thi4p function in the synthesis of vitamin B1. J. Mol. Biol. 344:1147-1157.

50. Fleissner, A., S. Sarkar, D. J. Jacobson, M. G. Roca, N. D. Read, and N. L. Glass. 2005. The so locus is required for vegetative cell fusion and postfertilization events in Neurospora crassa. Eukaryot. Cell 4:920-930.

51. Franchi, L., V. Fulci, and G. Macino. 2005. Protein kinase C modulates light responses in Neurospora by regulating the blue light photoreceptor WC-1. Mol. Microbiol. 56:334-345.

52. Francis, K., B. Russell, and G. Gadda. 2005. Involvement of a flavosemiquinone in the enzymatic oxidation of nitroalkanes catalyzed by 2-nitropropane dioxygenase. J. Biol. Chem. 280:5195-5204.

53. Francois, P. 2005. A model for the Neurospora circadian clock. Biophys. J. 88:2369-2383.

54. Francois, P., and V. Hakim. 2005. Core genetic module: The mixed feedback loop. Phys. Rev. E 72.

55. Freitag, M., and E. U. Selker. 2005. Controlling DNA methylation: many roads to one modification. Curr. Opin. Genet. Dev. 15:191-199.

56. Freitas, F. Z., and M. C. Bertolini. 2004. Genomic organization of the Neurospora crassa gsn gene: possible involvement of the STRE and HSE elements in the modulation of transcription during heat shock. Mol. Genet. Genomics 272:550-561.

57. Fuchs, F., and B. Westermann. 2005. Role of Unc104/KIF1-related motor proteins in mitochondrial transport in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Biol. Cell 16:153-161.

58. Fuks, F. 2005. DNA methylation and histone modifications: teaming up to silence genes. Curr. Opin. Genet. Dev. 15:490-495.

59. Gabaldon, T., D. Rainey, and M. A. Huynen. 2005. Tracing the evolution of a large protein complex in the eukaryotes, NADH: Ubiquinone oxidoreductase (Complex I). J. Mol. Biol. 348:857-870.

60. Gabriela Roca, M., N. D. Read, and A. E. Wheals. 2005. Conidial anastomosis tubes in filamentous fungi. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 249:191-198.

61. Garcia, D., A. M. Stchigel, J. Cano, J. Guarro, and D. L. Hawksworth. 2004. A synopsis and re-circumscription of Neurospora (syn. Gelasinospora) based on ultrastructural and 28S rDNA sequence data. Mycol. Res. 108:1119-1142.

62. Gasch, A. P., A. M. Moses, D. Y. Chiang, H. B. Fraser, M. Berardini, and M. B. Eisen. 2004. Conservation and evolution of cis-regulatory systems in ascomycete fungi. PLoS Biol. 2:e398.

63. Gavric, O., and A. J. Griffiths. 2004. Another inconsistency in the pedigree of the Oak Ridge wild types of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 51:9-11.

64. Gibbs, C. C. 2004. Nonself recognition in Neurospora crassa and Cryphonectria parasitica. Thesis (M.Sc.)--Carleton University. xv, 168 leaves.

65. Goldoni, M., G. Azzalin, G. Macino, and C. Cogoni. 2004. Efficient gene silencing by expression of double stranded RNA in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 41:1016-1024.

66. Goll, M. G., and T. H. Bestor. 2005. Eukaryotic cytosine methyltransferases. Annu. Rev. Biochem. 74:481-514.

67. Gooch, V. D., L. Freeman, and P. L. Lakin-Thomas. 2004. Time-lapse analysis of the circadian rhythms of conidiation and growth rate in Neurospora. J. Biol. Rhythms 19:493-503.

68. Gowher, H., X. Zhang, X. Cheng, and A. Jeltsch. 2005. Avidin plate assay system for enzymatic characterization of a histone lysine methyltransferase. Anal. Biochem. 342:287-291.

69. Haghighi, N. 2004. Characterization of the genes encoding tropomyosin and ARP4 in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.Sc.)--Carleton University. xiii, 131 leaves.

70. Harris, S. D., N. D. Read, R. W. Roberson, B. Shaw, S. Seiler, M. Plamann, and M. Momany. 2005. Polarisome meets Spitzenkorper: Microscopy, genetics, and genomics converge. Eukaryot. Cell 4:225-229.

71. He, G. P., and S. Z. Zhang. 2004. [Advances in the molecular mechanism of RNA interference]. Zhonghua Yi Xue Yi Chuan Xue Za Zhi 21:161-165.

72. He, Q., P. Cheng, Q. He, and Y. Liu. 2005. The COP9 signalosome regulates the Neurospora circadian clock by controlling the stability of the SCFFWD-1 complex. Genes Dev. 19:1518-1531.

73. He, Q., and Y. Liu. 2005. Degradation of the Neurospora circadian clock protein FREQUENCY through the ubiquitin-proteasome pathway. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 33:953-956.

74. He, Q., and Y. Liu. 2005. Molecular mechanism of light responses in Neurospora: from light-induced transcription to photoadaptation. Genes Dev. 19:(23)

75. He, Q., H. Shu, P. Cheng, S. Chen, L. Wang, and Y. Liu. 2005. Light-independent phosphorylation of WHITE COLLAR-1 regulates its function in the Neurospora circadian negative feedback loop. J. Biol. Chem. 280:17526-17532.

76. Hickey, P. C., S. R. Swift, M. G. Roca, and N. D. Read. 2005. Live-cell imaging of filamentous fungi using vital fluorescent dyes and confocal microscopy. Microbial Imaging, vol. 34. p. 63-87,

77. Hiley, S. L. 2003. Structure and folding of the Neurospora VS ribozyme: hydroxyl radical footprinting and photocrosslinking analyses. Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Toronto. 152 leaves.

78. Howe, K. A. 2004. Two distinct aspects of sexual development in Neurospora crassa: Peroxisomal function and gene silencing. Thesis (Ph. D.)-- University of New Mexico. xi, 167 leaves.

79. Hu, G., and R. J. Leger. 2004. A phylogenomic approach to reconstructing the diversification of serine proteases in fungi. J. Evol. Biol. 17:1204-1214.

80. Iigusa, H., Y. Yoshida, and K. Hasunuma. 2005. Oxygen and hydrogen peroxide enhance light-induced carotenoid synthesis in Neurospora crassa. FEBS Lett. 579:4012-4016.

81. Jacobson, D. J. 2005. Blocked recombination along the mating-type chromosomes of Neurospora tetrasperma involves both structural heterozygosity and autosomal genes. Genetics 171:839-843.

82. Kajander, T. A. 2003. Structural evolution of function and stability in muconate lactonizing enzymes. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Helsingin Yliopisto (Finland). 81, [76].

83. Karaoglu, H., C. M. Lee, and W. Meyer. 2005. Survey of simple sequence repeats in completed fungal genomes. Mol. Biol. Evol. 22:639-649.

84. Kasuga, T., J. P. Townsend, C. Tian, L. B. Gilbert, G. Mannhaupt, J. W. Taylor, and N. L. Glass. 2005. Long-oligomer microarray profiling in Neurospora crassa reveals the transcriptional program underlying biochemical and physiological events of conidial germination. Nucleic Acids Res. 33:6469-6485.

85. Kato, A., and H. Inoue. 2005. Growth defect and mutator phenotypes of RecQ-deficient Neurospora crassa mutants separately result from homologous recombination and nonhomologous end joining during repair of DNA double-strand breaks. Genetics. doi:10.1534/genetics.105.041756

86. Kawano, C. Y., and S. Said. 2005. Hyperbranching induced by cold-shock or snow-flake mutation in Neurospora crassa is prevented by addition of exogenous calcium. J. Basic Microbiol. 45:199-206.

87. Kim, H., and M. A. Nelson. 2005. Molecular and functional analyses of poi-2, a novel gene highly expressed in sexual and perithecial tissues of Neurospora crassa. Eukaryot. Cell 4:900-910.

88. Kim, Y. J., and H. Uyama. 2005. Tyrosinase inhibitors from natural and synthetic sources: structure, inhibition mechanism and perspective for the future. Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 62:1707-1723.

89. Kiran, I., T. Akar, A. Gorgulu, and C. Kazaz. 2005. Biotransformation of racemic diisophorone by Cephalosporium aphidicola and Neurospora crassa. Biotechnol. Lett. 27:1007-1010.

90. Kiran, I., T. Akar, and S. Tunali. 2005. Biosorption of Pb(II) and Cu(II) from aqueous solutions by pretreated biomass of Neurospora crassa. Process Biochem. 40:3550-3558.

91. Kotierk, M. 2004. su(un-24)-1, a suppressor of a temperature sensitive ribonucleotide reductase mutation in Neurospora crassa: Characterization and PCR-based mapping. Thesis (M.Sc.)--Carleton University. xii, 85 leaves.

92. Kotierk, M., and M. L. Smith. 2004. PCR-based markers for genetic mapping in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 51:26-29.

93. Kovacheva, Y. S., S. B. Tzokov, I. A. Murray, and J. A. Grasby. 2004. The role of phosphate groups in the VS ribozyme-substrate interaction. Nucleic Acids Res. 32:6240-6250.

94. Kozlowska, M., R. Kanski, and M. Kanska. 2005. Enzymatic synthesis of tritium-labelled isotopomers of L-DOPA. J. Labelled Comp. Radiopharm. 48:235-240.

95. Kresge, N., R. D. Simoni, and R. L. Hill. 2005. Launching the age of biochemical genetics, with Neurospora: the work of George Wells Beadle. J. Biol. Chem. 280:683-690.

96. Kritsky, M. S., T. A. Belozerskaia, V. Sokolovsky, and S. Filippovich. 2005. [Photoreceptor apparatus of a fungus Neurospora crassa]. Mol. Biol. (Mosk) 39:602-617.

97. Krystofova, S., and K. A. Borkovich. 2005. The heterotrimeric G-protein subunits GNG-1 and GNB-1 form a Gß dimer required for normal female fertility, asexual development, and G protein levels in Neurospora crassa. Eukaryot. Cell 4:365-378.

98. Kuck, U. 2005. A Sordaria macrospora mutant lacking the leu1 gene shows a developmental arrest during fruiting body formation. Mol. Genet. Genomics 274:307-315.

99. Kumar, K. S., S. Dayananda, and C. Subramanyam. 2005. Copper alone, but not oxidative stress, induces copper-metallothionein gene in Neurospora crassa. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 242:45-50.

100. Kupfer, D. M., S. D. Drabenstot, K. L. Buchanan, H. Lai, H. Zhu, D. W. Dyer, B. A. Roe, and J. W. Murphy. 2004. Introns and splicing elements of five diverse fungi. Eukaryot. Cell 3:1088-1100.

101. Lakamper, S., and E. Meyhofer. 2005. The E-Hook of tubulin interacts with kinesin's head to increase processivity and speed. Biophys. J. 89:3223-3234.

102. Laurila, M. R., P. S. Salgado, E. V. Makeyev, J. Nettelship, D. I. Stuart, J. M. Grimes, and D. H. Bamford. 2005. Gene silencing pathway RNA-dependent RNA polymerase of Neurospora crassa: yeast expression and crystallization of selenomethionated QDE-1 protein. J. Struct. Biol. 149:111-115.

103. Lew, R. R. 2005. Mass flow and pressure-driven hyphal extension in Neurospora crassa. Microbiology 151:2685-2692.

104. Lew, R. R., N. N. Levina, S. K. Walker, and A. Garrill. 2004. Turgor regulation in hyphal organisms. Fungal Genet. Biol. 41:1007-1015.

105. Lewis, Z. A. 2004. Control of rhythmic output from the circadian clock in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Texas A&M University. xi, 175 leaves.

106. Li, D., P. Bobrowicz, H. H. Wilkinson, and D. J. Ebbole. 2005. A mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway essential for mating and contributing to vegetative growth in Neurospora crassa. Genetics 170:1091-1104.

107. Lister, R., J. M. Hulett, T. Lithgow, and J. Whelan. 2005. Protein import into mitochondria: origins and functions today. Mol. Membr. Biol. 22:87-100.

108. Liu, Y. 2005. Analysis of posttranslational regulations in the Neurospora circadian clock. Methods Enzymol. 393:379-393.

109. Lombardi, L. M., and S. Brody. 2005. Circadian rhythms in Neurospora crassa: Clock gene homologues in fungi. Fungal Genet. Biol. 42:887-892.

110. Loros, J. 2005. A kinase for light and time. Mol. Microbiol. 56:299-302.

111. Lu, Y. K., K. H. Sun, and W. C. Shen. 2005. Blue light negatively regulates the sexual filamentation via the Cwc1 and Cwc2 proteins in Cryptococcus neoformans. Mol. Microbiol. 56:480-491.

112. Maas, M. F., A. van Mourik, R. F. Hoekstra, and A. J. Debets. 2005. Polymorphism for pKALILO based senescence in Hawaiian populations of Neurospora intermedia and Neurospora tetrasperma. Fungal Genet. Biol. 42:224-232.

113. Magalhaes de Paula, R., W. A. Wilson, H. F. Terenzi, P. J. Roach, and M. C. Bertolini. 2005. GNN is a self-glucosylating protein involved in the initiation step of glycogen biosynthesis in Neurospora crassa. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 435:112-124.

114. Maheshwari, R. 2005. Fungal biology in the 21st century. Curr. Sci. 88:1406-1418.

115. Maheshwari, R. 2005. Nuclear behavior in fungal hyphae. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 249:7-14.

116. Malling, H. V. 2004. History of the science of mutagenesis from a personal perspective. Environ. Mol. Mutagen. 44:372-386.

117. Maly, T., F. MacMillan, K. Zwicker, N. Kashani-Poor, U. Brandt, and T. F. Prisner. 2004. Relaxation filtered hyperfine (REFINE) spectroscopy: A novel tool for studying overlapping biological electron paramagnetic resonance signals applied to mitochondrial complex I. Biochemistry 43:3969-3978.

118. Marques, I., M. Duarte, J. Assuncao, A. V. Ushakova, and A. Videira. 2005. Composition of complex I from Neurospora crassa and disruption of two "accessory" subunits. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1707:211-220.

119. Marx, F. 2004. Small, basic antifungal proteins secreted from filamentous ascomycetes: a comparative study regarding expression, structure, function and potential application. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 65:133-142.

120. Matsuo, M. 2004. Hydrophilic antimutagens in fermented defatted soybeans with Neurospora intermedia (D-oncom). J. Nutr. Sci. Vitaminol. (Tokyo) 50:426-430.

121. Matsuo, M. 2004. Low-salt O-miso produced from Koji fermentation of oncom improves redox state and cholesterolemia in rats more than low-salt soybean-miso. J. Nutr. Sci. Vitaminol. (Tokyo) 50:362-366.

122. Matzke, M. A., and J. A. Birchler. 2005. RNAi-mediated pathways in the nucleus. Nat. Rev. Genet. 6:24-35.

123. Mayrhofer, S., and S. Poggeler. 2005. Functional characterization of an alpha-factor-like Sordaria macrospora peptide pheromone and analysis of its interaction with its cognate receptor in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Eukaryot. Cell 4:661-672.

124. Merrow, M., and T. Roenneberg. 2005. Enhanced phenotyping of complex traits with a circadian clock model. Methods Enzymol. 393:251-265.

125. Merrow, M., K. Spoelstra, and T. Roenneberg. 2005. The circadian cycle: daily rhythms from behaviour to genes. EMBO Rep. 6:930-935.

126. Metzenberg, R. L. 2004. Bird Medium: an alternative to Vogel Medium. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 51:19-20.

127. Micali, O. C. 2003. On nonself recognition in Neurospora crassa: Macroscopic and genetic studies. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Carleton University. xvi, 228 leaves.

128. Miller, A. N., and N. M. A. Andrew. 2005. Multi-gene phylogenies indicate ascomal wall morphology is a better predictor of phylogenetic relationships than ascospore morphology in the Sordariales (Ascomycota, Fungi). Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 35:60-75.

129. Motoyama, T., K. Kadokura, T. Ohira, A. Ichiishi, M. Fujimura, I. Yamaguchi, and T. Kudo. 2005. A two-component histidine kinase of the rice blast fungus is involved in osmotic stress response and fungicide action. Fungal Genet. Biol. 42:200-212.

130. Nakayashiki, H. 2005. RNA silencing in fungi: Mechanisms and applications. FEBS Lett. 579:5950-5957.

131. Ninomiya, Y., K. Suzuki, C. Ishii, and H. Inoue. 2004. Highly efficient gene replacements in Neurospora strains deficient for nonhomologous end-joining (correction to vol 101, pg 12248, 2004). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 101:16391.

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168. Shevchuk, J. 2004. Comparative sequence analysis of the qa-2 gene of Neurospora crassa and Neurospora africana. Thesis (M.S.)--Youngstown State University. vii, 92 leaves.

169. Silverman Gavrila, L. B. 2003. The role of IP3-activated calcium ion channels in fungal growth. Thesis (Ph. D.)--York University. x, 163 leaves.

170. Smiley, J. A., M. Kundracik, D. A. Landfried, V. R. Barnes, Sr., and A. A. Axhemi. 2005. Genes of the thymidine salvage pathway: thymine-7-hydroxylase from a Rhodotorula glutinis cDNA library and iso-orotate decarboxylase from Neurospora crassa. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1723:256-264.

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173. Steigele, S., and K. Nieselt. 2005. Open reading frames provide a rich pool of potential natural antisense transcripts in fungal genomes. Nucleic Acids Res. 33:5034-5044.

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177. Tereshina, V. M. 2005. Thermotolerance in fungi: The role of heat shock proteins and trehalose. Microbiology 74:247-257.

178. Tey, W. K., A. J. North, J. L. Reyes, Y. F. Lu, and G. Jedd. 2005. Polarized gene expression determines Woronin body formation at the leading edge of the fungal colony. Mol. Biol. Cell 16:2651-2659.

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184. Virag, A. 2004. Genetic analysis reveals a key role for actin in tip growth in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of British Columbia. xxx, 210 leaves.

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186. Vyas, M., and D. P. Kasbekar. 2005. Collateral damage: spread of repeat-induced point mutation from a duplicated DNA sequence into an adjoining single-copy gene in Neurospora crassa. J. Biosci. 30:15-20.

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196. Youssar, L., T. J. Schmidhauser, and J. Avalos. 2005. The Neurospora crassa gene responsible for the cut and ovc phenotypes encodes a protein of the haloacid dehalogenase family. Mol. Microbiol. 55:828-838.

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199. Zhang, B. 2004. Two new genes involved in morphogenesis in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.Sc.)--Carleton University. 102 leaves.

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