[ Article crossposted from bionet.mycology ]
[ Author was GLEN SHEARER (GLEN_SHEARER at BULL.CC.USM.EDU) ]
[ Posted on 23 Mar 1994 09:24:14 -0800 ]
I've heard that Neurospora mutants with a lesion in
glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase have altered morphology and
are more "yeast like". Also interesting is that G6PDH mutants
of Saccharomyces are deficient in sulfite reductase.
Anyone know more about this?
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