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Roh, Dong-Hyun donghyunr at bdg10.niddk.nih.gov
Wed Oct 15 06:11:31 EST 1997


Available immediately to perform analysis of the functional domains of
enzymes, and molecular genetic studies of the cloned lysine genes of
yeast.  The alpha-aminoadipate pathway for the biosynthesis of lysine is
present only in fungi and not in bacteria, plants, or humans. 
Therefore, the unique genes and enzymes of lysine biosynthesis are of
considerable interest for molecular studies and potential targets for
rapid detection and control of important yeast pathogens (Candida
albicans).  References:  Inf. Immun. 60:876 (1994); Gene 172:167 (1996);
Yeast in press (1997); J. Mol. Evol. in press (1997).  Research
experience in gene cloning, recombinant DNA techniques, enzymology, DNA
sequencing, PCR, site-directed mutagenesis, southern and northern
analysis required.  Send resume and recommendation letters to

replies to:
Dr. J.K. Bhattacharjee
Department of Microbiology
Miami University
Oxford Ohio 45056
phone 513-529-4727
fax 513-529-2431
email BHATTAJK at miavx1.muohio.edu

or talk to Rich Ford, Building 8 Room 403, 4-1145, rford at helix.nih.gov

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