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cAMP Signaling in N. crassa


The ascomycete N.crassa (Neurospora crassa) is a heterothallic multicellular filamentous with perforated septa that has defined asexual and sexual cycles. It is generally used as model organism to study DNA methylation, mitochondrial protein import, circadian clock regulation and light sensing in eukaryotic organisms. N.crassa has two mating types, A and a. Under nutrient-rich conditions like Carbon, etc, N.crassa proliferates by the extension and branching of multinucleate vegetative hypha...




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