The roundup of twittered updates for 2010-12-21

  • A new oomycete genome:Signatures of adaptation to obligate biotrophy in the H. arabidopsidis genome. http://bit.ly/hGwHVq #
  • Characterization of the meiosis-specific recombinase Dmc1 of pneumocystis. http://bit.ly/enwyc7 #
  • FTIR spectroscopic discrimination of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Saccharomyces bayanus strains. http://bit.ly/fLP0QH #
  • Global gene expression analysis of A. nidulans reveals metabolic shift and transcription suppression under hypoxia. http://bit.ly/aSgbBr #
  • Ime1 and Ime2 are required for pseudohyphal growth of Saccharomyces cerevisiae on nonfermentable carbon sources. http://bit.ly/hfadNF #
  • Identification & functional characterization of genes inv in the sexual reproduction of the ascomycete fungus G. zeae http://bit.ly/f1kO0D #
  • Laser capture disc of M. larici-populina uredinia revealed a transcriptional switch btw biotrophy & sporulation. http://bit.ly/gmZIWi #
  • Adaptation of yeasts S.cerevisiae & B.bruxellensis to winemaking conditions: a cmp study of stress genes expression http://bit.ly/dQTHTR #
  • Identification of transcripts upregulated in asexual & sexual fruiting bodies of Dutch elm disease Ophiostoma novo-ulmi http://bit.ly/fchmje #
  • The transcription factor Rbf1 is the master regulator for b-mating type controlled pathogenic development in U maydis http://bit.ly/hDHQjY #
  • Role of Individual Subunits of the N.crassa CSN Complex in Regulation of Deneddylation and Stability of Cullin Proteins http://bit.ly/gz055z #
  • Structure, Function, and Phylogeny of the Mating Locus in the Rhizopus oryzae Complex http://bit.ly/gIIAum #
  • LaeA Control of Velvet Family Regulatory Proteins for Light-Dependent Development and Fungal Cell-Type Specificity. http://bit.ly/dUZomH #
  • Pathogenicity determinants in smut fungi revealed by genome comparison. http://bit.ly/gnuXIP #
  • Genome evolution following host jumps in the Irish potato famine pathogen lineage. http://bit.ly/gHWgTC #
  • Blumeria genome: Genome expansion and gene loss in powdery mildew fungi reveal tradeoffs in extreme parasitism. http://bit.ly/gT5zOq #

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