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X Tian, G Shearer
A critical feature in the pathogenesis of the respiratory pathogen Histoplasma capsulatum is the conversion from the mold form (found in soil) to the yeast form in the lungs of the host. Little is known about the molecular biology of Histoplasma dimorphism. In particular, the possible roles of genes which are transcriptionally silent in yeast (i.e. mold-specific) have not been studied. We have produced a cDNA library highly enriched for mold-upregulated clones by fragmenting cDNA and removing yeast-specific and common sequences with a highly efficient enzyme degrading subtraction method...
September 5, 2001: Gene
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