Neurospora Bibliography

This bibliography represents my attempt to collect all works dealing substantially with Neurospora. Please let me know of anything published in 2000 or 2001 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 (

1. Abadulla, E., K. H. Robra, G. M. Gubitz, L. M. Silva, and P.-A. Cavaco. 2000. Enzymatic decolorization of textile dyeing effluents. Textile Res. J. 70:409-414.

2. Adhvaryu, K. K. and R. Maheshwari. 2000. Use of microconidia for testing the genetic purity of Neurospora stocks. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 47:59-60.

3. Ahting, U., M. Thieffry, H. Engelhardt, R. Hegerl, W. Neupert, and S. Nussberger. 2001. Tom40, the pore-forming component of the protein-conducting TOM channel in the outer membrane of mitochondria. J. Cell Biol. 153:1151-1160.

4. Aign, V., U. Schulte, and J. D. Hoheisel. 2001. Hybridization-based mapping of Neurospora crassa linkage groups II and V. Genetics 157:1015-1020.

5. Akiyama, K. 2000. The role of fungal allergy in bronchial asthma. Nippon Ishinkin Gakkai Zasshi 41:149-155.

6. Andersen, A. and R. Collins. 2001. Intramolecular secondary structure rearrangement by the kissing interaction of the Neurospora VS ribozyme. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 98:7730-7735.

7. Anderson, C., Q. Tang, and J. A. Kinsey. 2001. Elimination of active Tad elements during the sexual phase of the Neurospora crassa life cycle. Fungal Genet. Biol. 33:49-57.

8. Anonymous. 2000. TOUCHINGbase. Genomes galore. Nat Genet 24:211.

9. Arnett, D. 2000. Site-directed mutagenesis of the -127 activator binding site of the qa-2 gene of Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.S.)--Youngstown State University. 87 pg.

10. Asard, H., N. Horemans, G. Potters, and R. J. Caubergs. 2000. Plasma membrane electron transport and the control of cellular redox status and circadian rhythms. In: The redox state and circadian rhythms. T. Vanden Driessche, J.L. Guisset and G.M. Petiau-De Vries (eds.). Kluwer Academic. pp. 163-175.

11. Aslanidi, K. B., A. G. Pogorelov, O. V. Aslanidi, O. A. Mornev, and T. V. Potapova. 2000. Potassium distribution in the Neurospora crassa hypha. Dokl. Biophys. 370-372:25-28.

12. Aslanidi, K. B., A. G. Pogorelov, O. V. Aslanidi, O. A. Mornev, and G. G. Sahakyan. 2000. Transsincitial potassium gradients in the polarized growth of Neurospora crassa hyphae. Biologicheskie Membrany. 17:387-394.

13. Balzer, I., B. Hocker, H. Kapp, and B. Bartolomaeus. 2000. Occurrence and comparative physiology of melatonin in evolutionary diverse organisms. In: The redox state and circadian rhythms. T. Vanden Driessche, J.L. Guisset and G.M. Petiau-De Vries (eds.). Kluwer Academic. pp. 95-119.

14. Barja, F., Y. Jaquet, R. O. Perez, H. C. Hoch, and M. Ojha. 2000. Identification and localization of calcium-dependent protease II in Neurospora crassa and Uromyces appendiculatus. Protoplasma 210:85-91.

15. Barkai, N. and S. Leibler. 2000. Circadian clocks limited by noise. Nature 403:267-268.

16. Bauer, M. F. and W. Neupert. 2001. Import of proteins into mitochondria: A novel pathomechanism for progressive neurodegeneration. J. Inherit. Metab. Dis. 24:166-180.

17. Bean, L. E., W. H. Dvorachek, Jr., E. L. Braun, A. Errett, G. S. Saenz, M. D. Giles, M. Werner-Washburne, M. A. Nelson, and D. O. Natvig. 2001. Analysis of the pdx-1 (snz-1/sno-1) region of the Neurospora crassa genome. Correlation of pyridoxine-requiring phenotypes with mutations in two structural genes. Genetics 157:1067-1075.

18. Bertrand, H. 2000. Role of mitochondrial DNA in the senescence and hypovirulence of fungi and potential for plant disease control. Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. 38:397-422.

19. Bhandarkar, S., S. Machaka, S. Shete, and R. Kota. 2001. Parallel computation of a maximum-likelihood estimator of a physical map. Genetics 157:1021-1043.

20. Bhanoori, M. and G. Venkateswerlu. 2000. In vivo chitin-cadmium complexation in cell wall of Neurospora crassa. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1519:21-28.

21. Bhat, A. and D. Kasbekar. 2001. Escape from repeat-induced point mutation of a gene-sized duplication in Neurospora crassa crosses that are heterozygous for a larger chromosome segment duplication. Genetics 157:1581-1590.

22. Bok, J., T. Sone, L. Silverman Gavrila, R. Lew, F. Bowring, D. Catcheside, and A. Griffiths. 2001. Structure and function analysis of the calcium-related gene spray in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 32:145-158.

23. Bornemann, S., M. E. Theoclitou, M. Brune, M. R. Webb, R. N. Thorneley, and C. Abell. 2000. A secondary beta deuterium kinetic isotope effect in the chorismate synthase reaction. Bio-Organic Chem. 28:191-204.

24. Boyd, M. R., C. Farina, P. Belfiore, S. Gagliardi, J. W. Kim, Y. Hayakawa, J. A. Beutler, T. C. McKee, B. J. Bowman, and E. J. Bowman. 2001. Discovery of a novel antitumor benzolactone enamide class that selectively inhibits mammalian vacuolar-type (H(+))-ATPases. J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 297:114-120.

25. Burt, A. 2000. Perspective: sex, recombination, and the efficacy of selection - was Weismann right? Evolution . 54:337-351.

26. Butenandt, J. 1999. Synthesis, recognition, and repair of DNA photodamage analogues. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zurich. 249 pg.

27. Caprara, M., C. Myers, and A. Lambowitz. 2001. Interaction of the Neurospora crassa mitochondrial tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase (CYT-18 protein) with the group I intron P4-P6 domain. Thermodynamic analysis and the role of metal ions. J. Mol. Biol. 308:165-190.

28. Carthew, R. W. 2001. Gene silencing by double-stranded RNA. Curr. Opin. Cell Biol. 13:244-248.

29. Chen, X., R. R. Gutell, and A. M. Lambowitz. 2000. Function of tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase in splicing group I introns: an induced-fit model for binding to the P4-P6 domain based on analysis of mutations at the junction of the P4-P6 stacked helices. J. Mol. Biol. 301:265-283.

30. Cheng, P., Y. Yang, C. Heintzen, and Y. Liu. 2001. Coiled-coil domain-mediated FRQ-FRQ interaction is essential for its circadian clock function in Neurospora. EMBO J. 20:101-108.

31. Cheng, P., Y. Yang, and Y. Liu. 2001. Interlocked feedback loops contribute to the robustness of the Neurospora circadian clock. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 98:7408-7413.

32. Cogoni, C. and G. Macino. 2000. Post-transcriptional gene silencing across kingdoms. Curr. Opin. Genet. Dev. 10:638-643.

33. Collett, M. A., J. C. Dunlap, and J. J. Loros. 2001. Circadian clock-specific roles for the light response protein WHITE COLLAR-2. Mol. Cell. Biol. 21:2619-2628.

34. de la Serna, I., T. P. Cujec, Y. Shi, and B. M. Tyler. 2000. Non-coordinate regulation of 5S rRNA genes and the gene encoding the 5S rRNA-binding ribosomal protein homolog in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Gen. Genet. 263:987-994.

35. De Luca, N. G., P. M. Wood, H. Decker, and N. Terwilliger. 2000. Iron uptake by fungi: contrasted mechanisms with internal or external reduction. Adv. Microb. Physiol. 43:39-74.

36. de Pinho, C. A., M. de Lourdes, T. M. Polizeli, J. A. Jorge, and H. F. Terenzi. 2001. Mobilisation of trehalose in mutants of the cyclic AMP signalling pathway, cr-1 (CRISP-1) and mcb (microcycle conidiation), of Neurospora crassa. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 199:85-89.

37. Decker, H. and N. Terwilliger. 2000. Cops and robbers: putative evolution of copper oxygen-binding proteins. J. Exp. Biol. 203:1777-1782.

38. Degousee, N., G. D. Gupta, R. R. Lew, and I. B. Heath. 2000. A putative spectrin-containing membrane skeleton in hyphal tips of Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 30:33-44.

39. Delbecq, P., O. Calvo, R. K. Filipkowski, A. Pierard, and F. Messenguy. 2000. Functional analysis of the leader peptide of the yeast gene CPA1 and heterologous regulation by other fungal peptides. Curr. Genet. 38:105-112.

40. Dembowski, M., K. P. Kuenkele, F. E. Nargang, W. Neupert, and D. Rapaport. 2001. Assembly of Tom6 and Tom7 into the TOM core complex of Neurospora crassa. J. Biol. Chem. 276:17679-17685.

41. Denault, D. L., J. J. Loros, and J. C. Dunlap. 2001. WC-2 mediates WC-1-FRQ interaction within the PAS protein-linked circadian feedback loop of Neurospora. EMBO J. 20:109-117.

42. Devlin, P. and S. Kay. 2001. Circadian photoperception. Annu. Rev. Physiol. 63:677-694.

43. Dobosy, J. R. and E. U. Selker. 2001. Emerging connections between DNA methylation and histone acetylation. Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 58:721-727.

44. Dolan, P. L. 2000. From genome to proteome: high-throughput analysis of expressed genes in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of New Mexico. 126 pg.

45. Duarte, M. and A. Videira. 2000. Respiratory chain complex I is essential for sexual development in Neurospora and binding of iron sulfur clusters are required for enzyme assembly. Genetics 156:607-615.

46. Durkin, S. M. 2000. Complementation of the sor-4 gene of Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.S.)--Youngstown State University. 72 pg.

47. Ebbole, D. 2000. Neurospora: a new (?) model system for microbial genetics. Trends Genet. 16:291-292.

48. Edwards, J. B. 1998. The isolation and characterization of a putative p-aminobenzoate biosynthetic gene in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.Sc.)--Carleton University. 94 pg.

49. Fagard, M., S. Boutet, J. B. Morel, C. Bellini, and H. Vaucheret. 2000. AGO1, QDE-2, and RDE-1 are related proteins required for post -transcriptional gene silencing in plants, quelling in fungi, and RNA interference in animals. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 97:11650-11654.

50. Fang, P., Z. Wang, and M. S. Sachs. 2000. Evolutionarily conserved features of the arginine attenuator peptide provide the necessary requirements for its function in translational regulation. J. Biol. Chem. 275:26710-26719.

51. Fedoroff, N. 2000. Transposons and genome evolution in plants. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 97:7002-7007.

52. Feng, B. 1999. Specific DNA-protein and protein-protein interactions determine the operation of the nitrogen regulatory circuit of Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Ohio State University. 180 pg.

53. Feng, B., H. Haas, and G. A. Marzluf. 2000. ASD4, a new GATA factor of Neurospora crassa, displays sequence-specific DNA binding and functions in ascus and ascospore development. Biochemistry 39:11065-11073.

54. Fincham, J. R., J. A. Kinsey, A. M. Fuentes, N. J. Cummings, and I. F. Connerton. 2000. The Neurospora am gene and NADP-specific glutamate dehydrogenase: mutational sequence changes and functional effects--more mutants and a summary. Genet. Res. 76:1-10.

55. Fischer-Parton, S., R. M. Parton, P. C. Hickey, J. Dijksterhuis, H. A. Atkinson, and N. D. Read. 2000. Confocal microscopy of FM4-64 as a tool for analysing endocytosis and vesicle trafficking in living fungal hyphae. J. Microsc. 198:246-259.

56. Flinders, J. and T. Dieckmann. 2001. A pH controlled conformational switch in the cleavage site of the VS ribozyme substrate RNA. J. Mol. Biol. 308:665-679.

57. Fox, A. N. and J. C. Kennell. 2001. Association between variant plasmid formation and senescence in retroplasmid-containing strains of Neurospora spp. Curr. Genet. 39:92-100.

58. Friedrich, T., B. Brors, P. Hellwig, L. Kintscher, T. Rasmussen, D. Scheide, U. Schulte, W. Mantele, and H. Weiss. 2000. Characterization of two novel redox groups in the respiratory NADH:ubiquinone oxidoreductase (complex I). Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1459:305-309.

59. Fujimura, M., N. Ochiai, A. Ichiishi, R. Usami, K. Horikoshi, and I. Yamaguchi. 2000. Fungicide resistance and osmotic stress sensitivity in os mutants of Neurospora crassa. Pestic. Biochem. Physiol. 67:125-133.

60. Girvitz, T. L., P. M. Ouimet, and M. Kapoor. 2000. Heat shock protein 80 of Neurospora crassa: sequence analysis of the gene and expression during the asexual phase. Can. J. Microbiol. 46:981-991.

61. Glass, N. L., D. J. Jacobson, and P. K. T. Shiu. 2000. The genetics of hyphal fusion and vegetative incompatibility in filamentous ascomycete fungi. Annu. Rev. Genet. 34:165-186.

62. Gorovits, R., K. A. Sjollema, J. H. Sietsma, and O. Yarden. 2000. Cellular distribution of COT1 kinase in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 30:63-70.

63. Grabe, M., H. Wang, and G. Oster. 2000. The mechanochemistry of V-ATPase proton pumps. Biophys. J. 78:2798-2813.

64. Graia, F., O. Lespinet, B. Rimbault, M. Dequard Chablat, E. Coppin, and M. Picard. 2001. Genome quality control: RIP (repeat-induced point mutation) comes to Podospora. Mol. Microbiol. 40:586-595.

65. Grigg, G. W. 2000. The origins of the back-mutation assay method: a personal recollection. Mutat. Res. 463:1-12.

66. Gupta, G. D. and I. B. Heath. 2000. A tip-high gradient of a putative plasma membrane SNARE approximates the exocytotic gradient in hyphal apices of the fungus Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 29:187-199.

67. Hall, D., S. M. Bhandarkar, and J. Wang. 2001. ODS2. A multiplatform software application for creating integrated physical and genetic maps. Genetics 157:1045-1056.

68. Hamann, A., F. Feller, and H. D. Osiewacz. 2000. Yeti--a degenerate gypsy-like LTR retrotransposon in the filamentous ascomycete Podospora anserina. Curr. Genet. 38:132-140.

69. Hamer, L., H. Pan, K. Adachi, M. Orbach, A. Page, L. Ramamurthy, and J. Woessner. 2001. Regions of microsynteny in Magnaporthe grisea and Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 33:137-143.

70. Handa, N., Y. Noguchi, Y. Sakuraba, P. Ballario, G. Macino, N. Fujimoto, C. Ishii, and H. Inoue. 2000. Characterization of the Neurospora crassa mus-25 mutant: the gene encodes a protein which is homologous to the Saccharomyces cerevisiae Rad54 protein. Mol. Gen. Genet. 264:154-163.

71. Hanke, G., F. Northrop, G. Devine, J. Bothwell, and J. Davies. 2001. Chloride channel antagonists perturb growth and morphology of Neurospora crassa. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 201:243-247.

72. Hausmann, A. and G. Sandmann. 2000. A single five-step desaturase is involved in the carotenoid biosynthesis pathway to beta-carotene and torulene in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 30:147-153.

73. Hay, K. M. 2000. Isoorotate decarboxylase activity present in various strains of Neurospora. Thesis (M.S.)-- Youngstown State University. 86 pg.

74. Hays, S. and E. U. Selker. 2000. Making the selectable marker bar tighter and more economical. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 47:107.

75. Heath, I. B., G. Gupta, and S. Bai. 2000. Plasma membrane-adjacent actin filaments, but not microtubules, are essential for both polarization and hyphal tip morphogenesis in Saprolegnia ferax and Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 30:45-62.

76. Heimpel, S., G. Basset, S. Odoy, and M. Klingenberg. 2001. Expression of the mitochondrial ADP/ATP carrier in Escherichia coli. Renaturation, reconstitution, and the effect of mutations on 10 positive residues. J. Biol. Chem. 276:11499-11506.

77. Heintzen, C., J. J. Loros, and J. C. Dunlap. 2001. The PAS protein VIVID defines a clock-associated feedback loop that represses light input, modulates gating, and regulates clock resetting. Cell 104:453-464.

78. Hirose, K., U. Henningsen, M. Schliwa, C. Toyoshima, T. Shimizu, M. Alonso, R. A. Cross, and L. A. Amos. 2000. Structural comparison of dimeric Eg5, Neurospora kinesin (Nkin) and Ncd head-Nkin neck chimera with conventional kinesin. EMBO J. 19:5308-5314.

79. Hoenger, A., M. Thormahlen, R. Diaz-Avalos, M. Doerhoefer, K. N. Goldie, J. Muller, and E. Mandelkow. 2000. A new look at the microtubule binding patterns of dimeric kinesins. J. Mol. Biol. 297:1087-1103.

80. Hoyt, M. A., L. J. Williams-Abbott, J. W. Pitkin, and R. H. Davis. 2000. Cloning and expression of the S-adenosylmethionine decarboxylase gene of Neurospora crassa and processing of its product. Mol. Gen. Genet. 263:664-673.

81. Hsieh, J. and A. Fire. 2000. Recognition and silencing of repeated DNA. Annu. Rev. Genet. 34:187-204.

82. Jedd, G. and N. H. Chua. 2000. A new self-assembled peroxisomal vesicle required for efficient resealing of the plasma membrane. Nat. Cell. Biol. 2:226-231.

83. Jiang, M. and A. Radford. 2000. Exploitation of a cellulose-binding domain from Neurospora crassa. Enzyme Microb. Technol. 27:434-442.

84. Jorge, J. A., E. M. Almeida, M. L.Polizeli, and H. F. Terenzi. 1999. Changes in N-acetyl galactosaminoglycan deacetylase levels during growth of Neurospora crassa: effect of L-sorbose on enzyme production. J. Basic Microbiol. 39:337-344.

85. Joseph-Horne, T., D. W. Hollomon, and P. M. Wood. 2001. Fungal respiration: a fusion of standard and alternative components. Biochim. Biophys. Acta Bioenerg. 1504:179-195.

86. Kays, A. M., P. S. Rowley, R. A. Baasiri, and K. A. Borkovich. 2000. Regulation of conidiation and adenylyl cyclase levels by the Galpha protein GNA-3 in Neurospora crassa. Mol. Cell. Biol 20:7693-7705.

87. Kelkar, H. S., J. Griffith, M. E. Case, S. F. Covert, R. D. Hall, C. H. Keith, J. S. Oliver, M. J. Orbach, M. S. Sachs, J. R. Wagner, M. J. Weise, J. K. Wunderlich, and J. Arnold. 2001. The Neurospora crassa genome. Cosmid libraries sorted by chromosome. Genetics 157:979-990.

88. Kerscher, S. J. 2000. Diversity and origin of alternative NADH : ubiquinone oxidoreductases. Biochim. Biophys. Acta Bioenerg. 15:2-3.

89. Klinga, H.-L. and A. M. Infanger. 2000. The effect of polyphenolic compounds on UV light killing of Neurospora crassa conidia. J. Pa. Acad. Sci. 73:163.

90. Ko, T. 2000. Cloning and characterization of genes involved in the regulation of the alternative oxidase and mitochondrial DNA replication in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.S.)--Michigan State University. 96 pg.

91. Kopecek, P. and V. Raclavsky. 1999. Comparison of chitin content in the apical and distal parts of fungal hyphae in Basidiobolus ranarum, Neurospora crassa and Coprinus sterquilinus. Folia Microbiol. 44:397-400.

92. Kouzminova, E. A. 2000. Isolation and characterization of a DNA-methyltransferase gene, dim-2, from Neurospora crassa. Thesis (Ph.D)--University of Oregon. 123 pg.

93. Kouzminova, E. and E. Selker. 2001. dim-2 encodes a DNA methyltransferase responsible for all known cytosine methylation in Neurospora. EMBO J. 20:4309-4323.

94. Krimmer, T., D. Rapaport, M. T. Ryan, C. Meisinger, C. K. Kassenbrock, E. Blachly-Dyson, M. Forte, M. G. Douglas, W. Neupert, F. E. Nargang, and N. Pfanner. 2001. Biogenesis of porin of the outer mitochondrial membrane involves an import pathway via receptors and the general import pore of the TOM complex. J. Cell Biol. 152:289-300.

95. Kulaev, I. and T. Kulakovskaya. 2000. Polyphosphate and phosphate pump. Annu. Rev. Microbiol. 54:709-734.

96. Kumar, S., I. H. Lee, and M. Plamann. 2000. Cytoplasmic dynein ATPase activity is regulated by dynactin-dependent phosphorylation. J. Biol. Chem. 275:31798-31804.

97. Kumar, S., I. H. Lee, and M. Plamann. 2000. Two approaches to isolate cytoplasmic dynein ATPase from Neurospora crassa. Biochimie 82:229-236.

98. Lafontaine, D. A., D. G. Norman, and D. M. Lilley. 2001. Structure, folding and activity of the VS ribozyme: importance of the 2-3-6 helical junction. EMBO J. 20:1415-1424.

99. Lebeau, L., F. Lach, B. C. Venien, A. Renault, J. Dietrich, T. Jahn, M. G. Palmgren, W. Kuehlbrandt, and C. Mioskowski. 2001. Two-dimensional crystallization of a membrane protein on a detergent-resistant lipid monolayer. J. Mol. Biol. 308:639-647.

100. Lee, K., J. J. Loros, and J. C. Dunlap. 2000. Interconnected feedback loops in the Neurospora circadian system. Science 289:107-110.

101. Lee, I., S. Kumar, and M. Plamann. 2001. Null mutants of the Neurospora actin-related protein 1 pointed-end complex show distinct phenotypes. Mol. Biol. Cell 12:2195-2206.

102. Lew, R. R. 1999. Comparative analysis of Ca2+ and H+ flux magnitude and location along growing hyphae of Saprolegnia ferax and Neurospora crassa. Eur. J. Cell Biol. 78:892-902.

103. Li, K. 1999. Microbial syntheses of value-added chemicals from D-glucose. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Michigan State University. 189 pg.

104. Limozin, L. and B. Denet. 2000. Quantitative analysis of concentration gradient and ionic currents associated with hyphal tip growth in fungi. Phys. Rev. E. 62:4067-4076.

105. Lledias, F. and W. Hansberg. 2000. Catalase modification as a marker for singlet oxygen. Methods Enzymol. 319:110-119.

106. Loros, J. and J. Dunlap. 2001. Genetic and molecular analysis of circadian rhythms in Neurospora. Annu. Rev. Physiol. 63:757-794.

107. Loubradou, G. and B. Turcq. 2000. Vegetative incompatibility in filamentous fungi: a roundabout way of understanding the phenomenon. Res. Microbiol. 151:239-245.

108. Loudon, A. S. I., A. G. Semikhodskii, and S. K. Crosthwaite. 2000. A brief history of circadian time. Trends Genet. 16:477-481.

109. Love, S. E. G. 2000. Characterization and genetic analysis of three mutants of Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.S.)--Georgia Southern University. 103 pg.

110. Luo, C. 1999. Study of the molecular mechanism of the Neurospora circadian clock. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Dartmouth College. 176 pg.

111. Mackay, J. P., J. M. Matthews, R. D. Winefield, L. G. Mackay, R. G. Haverkamp, and M. D. Templeton. 2001. The hydrophobin EAS is largely unstructured in solution and functions by forming amyloid-like structures. Structure 9:83-91.

112. Maguire, J. L. 1999. The development and use of cobalt hexammine as a tool to study the tertiary structure of the Neurospora VS ribozyme. Thesis (M.Sc.)--University of Toronto. 139 pg.

113. Maguire, J. L. and R. A. Collins. 2001. Effects of cobalt hexamine on folding and self-cleavage of the Neurospora VS ribozyme. J. Mol. Biol. 309:45-56.

114. Maine, E. M. 2000. A conserved mechanism for post-transcriptional gene silencing? Genome Biol. 1:REVIEWS1018.

115. Margolis Clark, E., I. Hunt, S. Espinosa, and B. J. Bowman. 2001. Identification of the gene at the pmg locus, encoding system II, the general amino acid transporter in Neurospora crassa. Fungal Genet. Biol. 33:127-135.

116. Marshall, E. M. 1999. Measurement of iso-orotate decarboxylase activity in Neurospora crassa. Thesis (M.S.)--Youngstown State University. 82 pg.

117. Marx, J. 2000. Interfering with gene expression. Science 288:1370-1372.

118. McCluskey, K. 2000. Long term viability of Neurospora crassa at the FGSC. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 47:110.

119. Melo, A. M. P., M. Duarte, I. M. Mollero, H. Prokisch, P. L. Dolan, L. Pinto, and M. A. Nelson. 2001. The external calcium-dependent NADPH dehydrogenase from Neurospora crassa mitochondria. J. Biol. Chem. 276:3947-3951.

120. Meng, X. W. 1999. Apoptosis and the involvement of endo-exonuclease. Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of New South Wales. 215 pg.

121. Merrow, M., L. Franchi, Z. Dragovic, M. Gorl, J. Johnson, M. Brunner, G. Macino, and T. Roenneberg. 2001. Circadian regulation of the light input pathway in Neurospora crassa. EMBO J. 20:307-315.

122. Merrow, M., T. Roenneberg, G. Macino, and L. Franchi. 2001. A fungus among us: the Neurospora crassa circadian system. Semin. Cell Dev. Biol. 12:279-285.

123. Metzenberg, R. L., D. J. Jacobson, and H. Bertrand. 2000. Making the selective agent for the Bar plasmids, phoshoinothricin (glufosinate) affordable for routine use. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 47:79-80.

124. Metzenberg, R. L. and M. J. Orbach. 2000. A minichromosome of LGVI from crossing two quasi-terminal reciprocal translocations. Fungal Genet. Newslett. 47:108.

125. Miao, V. P., M. Freitag, and E. U. Selker. 2000. Short TpA-rich segments of the zeta-eta region induce DNA methylation in Neurospora crassa. J. Mol. Biol. 300:249-273.

126. Micelli, S., E. Gallucci, and V. Picciarelli. 2000. Studies of mitochondrial porin incorporation parameters and voltage-gated mechanism with different black lipid membranes. Bioelectrochemistry . 52:63-75.

127. Michiels, P. J., C. H. Schouten, C. W. Hilbers, and H. A. Heus. 2000. Structure of the ribozyme substrate hairpin of Neurospora VS RNA: a close look at the cleavage site. RNA 6:1821-1832.

128. Minke, P. F., I. H. Lee, J. H. Tinsley, and M. Plamann. 2000. A Neurospora crassa Arp1 mutation affecting cytoplasmic dynein and dynactin localization. Mol. Gen. Genet. 264:433-440.

129. Mohr, G., R. Rennard, A. D. Cherniack, J. Stryker, and A. M. Lambowitz. 2001. Function of the Neurospora crassa mitochondrial tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase in RNA splicing. Role of the idiosyncratic N-terminal extension and different modes of interaction with different group I introns. J. Mol. Biol. 307:75-92.

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131. Morel, J. B. and H. Vaucheret. 2000. Post-transcriptional gene silencing mutants. Plant Mol. Biol. 43:275-284.

132. Mozmader, T. I. M. A., R. Parvin, and A. Howlader. 2000. Growth of Neurospora crassa (Ema 5297) in biotin-free Vogel's minimal medium supplemented with coconut water. Bangladesh J. Bot. 29:67-69.

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209. Turner, B., D. Perkins, and A. Fairfield. 2001. Neurospora from natural populations: a global study. Fungal Genet. Biol. 32:67-92.

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Coauthor Index (first authors not included)

Abell, C. 23

Adachi, K. 69

Ahting, U. 199

Almeida, E.M 84

Alonso, M. 78

Amos, L. A. 78

Andersen, A. 6

Arino, J. 212

Arnold, J. 87

Asch, D. K. 194

Aslanidi, O. V. 11, 12

Atkinson, H. A. 55

Baasiri, R. A. 86

Bai, S. 75

Bako, E. 212

Ballario, P. 70

Barcelo, A. 212

Bartnicki-Garcia, S. 167

Bartolomaeus, B. 13

Basset, G. 76

Begueret, J. 178, 179

Behzadi, A. 173

Belfiore, P. 24

Bell, P. D. 188

Bellini, C. 49

Bell-Pedersen, D. 231

Benz, R. 171

Berrocal-Tito, G. 231

Bertrand, H. 123

Beutler, J. A. 24

Bezrukov, S. M. 170

Bhandarkar, S. M. 67

Bieszke, J. A. 226

Blachly-Dyson, E. 94

Blass, C. 213

Borkovich, K. A. 86, 226

Bothwell, J. 71

Boutet, S. 49

Bowman, B. J. 24, 115, 203

Bowman, E. J. 24, 203

Bowring, F. 22

Brammer, H. 206

Braun, E. L. 17

Brody, S. 186

Broekaert, W. F. 205

Brors, B. 58, 164

Brouwer, M. 205

Brune, M. 23

Brunner, M. 121

Bulet, P. 213

Calvo, O. 39

Cambareri, E. 230

Cammue, B. P. A. 205

Casal, J. J. 227

Case, M. E. 87

Caspers, P. 214

Catcheside, D. 22

Caubergs, R. J. 10

Cavaco, P.-A. 1

Cechinel, V. 153

Chaube, H. S. 193

Cherniack, A. D. 129

Chua, N. H. 82

Clave, C. 178, 179

Clotet, J. 212

Collins, R. A. 113

Colombini, M. 170, 224

Colot, H. V. 231

Connerton, I. F. 54

Coppin, E. 64

Costa, R. 232

Court, D. A. 171

Covert, S. F. 87

Cross, R. A. 78

Crosthwaite, S. K. 108

Cujec, T. P. 34

Cummings, N. J. 54

David, M. 175

Davies, J. 71

Davis, R. H. 80, 148, 149

de Lourdes, M. 36

de Nadal, E. 212

de Vries, I. 217

Decker, H. 35

Dembowski, M. 199

Denet, B. 104

Dequard Chablat, M. 64

Devine, G. 71

Diaz-Avalos, R. 79

Dieckmann, T. 56

Dietrich, J. 99

Dijksterhuis, J. 55

Doerhoefer, M. 79

Dolan, P. L. 119

Dombradi, V. 212

Douglas, M. G. 94

Dragovic, Z. 121

Duarte, M. 119

Dubey, P. S. 143

Dunlap, J. C. 33, 41, 77, 100, 106, 231

Dvorachek, W. H. 17

Ebbole, D. J. 188

Ellisman, M. H. 151

Engelhardt, H. 3

Errett, A. 17

Espinosa, S. 115

Fairfield, A. 209

Farina, C. 24

Farnsworth, M. 187

Feller, F. 68

Figueiredo Marques, J. J. 189

Filipkowski, R. K. 39

Fire, A. 81

Forbes, J. G. 224

Forte, M. 94

Franchi, L. 121, 122

Freitag, M. 125

Frey, S. 206

Frey, T. G. 151

Friedrich, T. 164

Fuentes, A. M. 54

Fujimoto, N. 70

Fujimura, M. 137

Fukuhara, C. 232

Gagliardi, S. 24

Gallucci, E. 126

Gergely, P. 212

Gierz, G. 167

Giles, M. D. 17

Glass, N. L. 195, 223

Goldie, K. N. 79

Gorl, M. 121

Gorovits, R. 159

Gosting, L. 206

Govindarajan, R. 215

Gray, P. W. 206

Griffith, J. 87

Griffiths, A. J. F. 22, 217, 218, 219, 225

Gubitz, G. M. 1

Gupta, G. D. 38, 75

Gutell, R. R. 29

Haas, H. 53

Hall, R. D. 87

Hampel, A. 187

Hansberg, W. 105

Hasunuma, K. 138

Hauglid, M. 173

Havas, H. 173

Haverkamp, R. G. 111

Hayakawa, Y. 24

Haynes, J. 218

Heath, I. B. 38, 66

Hegerl, R. 3

Heintzen, C. 30

Hellwig, P. 58

Henningsen, U. 78

Heus, H. A. 127

Hickey, P. C. 55

Hilbers, C. W. 127

Hoch, H. C. 14

Hocker, B. 13

Hoheisel, J. D. 4

Hollomon, D. W. 85

Horemans, N. 10

Horikoshi, K. 59, 137

Horn, C. 184

Howlader, A. 132

Hubbard, S. P. 195

Humphries, C. 217

Hunt, I. 115, 203

Hunter, C. L. 206

Ichiishi, A. 59, 137

Infanger, A. M. 89

Inoue, H. 70, 176

Ishii, C. 70, 176

Jacobson, D. J. 61, 123, 157, 195

Jahn, T. 99

Jaquet, Y. 14

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