Poster Session Listing



Biochemistry and Metabolism

Nicola Beckmann
1. Heme regulation in Aspergillus fumigatus.

Pranatchareeya Chankhamjon
2. Key Steps in the Biosynthesis of the Fungal Virulence Factor Gliotoxin.

Fabrice N. Gravelat
3. Identification of a gene cluster mediating the biosynthesis of the Aspergillus fumigatus cell wall and secreted polysaccharide, galactosaminogalactan.

Thomas Hartmann
4. A fasciclin-like protein in Aspergillus fumigatus.

Fang Yun Lim
5. Characterization of fumiquinazoline biosynthesis in Aspergillus fumigatus.

Mikael R. Andersen
6. Identification of local and cross-chromosomal biosynthetic gene clusters in filamentous fungi using gene expression data.

Diana Anyaogu
7. N-glycan profiling of Aspergillus nidulans using solid-phase glycan extraction and mass spectrometry.

Andreas Herr
8. Targeting of AcvA to peroxisomes increases penicillin production in Aspergillus nidulans.

Jakob B. Nielsen
9. Characterization of the 3-methyl orsellinic acid gene cluster in Aspergillus nidulans.

Jens Frisvad
10. Induction of sclerotia and Aspergillus section Nigri.

Matthias G. Steiger
11. Analyzing the impact of compartmentalization on organic acid production in Aspergillus niger.

K. Gomi
12. Subcellular localization of aphidicolin biosynthesis enzymes from Phoma betae expressed heterologously in Aspergillus oryzae.

Koichi Tamano
13. Increased production of fatty acids and triglycerides in Aspergillus oryzae by modifying fatty acid metabolism.

Taija Leinonen
14. Improved Properties of Thermostable Cellobiohydrolase in a Treatment of Cellulosic Material.

Danièle Debieu
15. The phytopathogenic fungus Botrytis pseudocinerea is resistant to the fungicide fenhexamid due to detoxification by a cytochrome P450 monooxygenase Cyp684.

Alistair J. P. Brown
16. Evolutionary rewiring of ubiquitination targets in Candida albicans promotes efficient carbon assimilation in host niches.

S. Hasim
17. Can-Hsp31 is important for Candida albicans growth and survival.

Fausto Bruno Dos Reis Almeida
18. Influence of N-glycans on α-/β-(1,3)-glucanase and α-(1,4)-amylase from Paracoccidioides brasiliensis yeast cells.

Vincent Bulone
19. Cell wall structure and biosynthesis in oomycetes and true fungi: a comparative analysis.

Stefan Klinter
20. Investigating the function of a putative chitin synthase from Phytophthora infestans.

Hugo Melida
21. Deciphering cell wall structure and biosynthesis in oomycetes using carbohydrate analyses and plasma membrane proteomics.

Elzbieta Rzeszutek
22. Identification and characterization of the chitin synthase genes in the fish pathogen Saprolegnia parasitica.

D. Banerjee
23. Role of Ccr4-mediated mRNA turnover in nucleotide/deoxynucleotide homeostasis and Amphotericin B susceptibility in Cryptococcus neoformans.

Renata C. Pascon
24. APE4 an aspartyl aminopeptidase involved in authophagy arrests growth at 37°C in Cryptococcus neoformans.

Chun-Hsiang Yang
25. Blue light induce Cordyceps militaris fruiting body formation and cordycepin production.

Carolyn A. Young
26. Insight into alkaloid diversity of the epichloae, protective symbionts of grasses.

A. Patyshakuliyeva
27. Extracellular polysaccharide degrading capabilities of various Agaricus bisporus strains during compost cultivation.

Rasmus J. N. Frandsen
28. Reconstruction of the rubrofusarin biosynthetic pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Nina K. Aro
29. Expression and purification of hydrophobin fusion proteins targeted to intracellular protein bodies in T. reesei .

Meenakshi Kagda
30. Metabolic adaptations in Phytophthora infestans and the role of a phosphagen kinase system in energy metabolism.

Uffe H. Mortensen
31. Platforms for secondary metabolite analysis in filamentous fungi.

Miia R. Mäkelä
32. Transcriptional analysis of oxalate degradation in the white rot basidiomycete Dichomitus squalens.

Stephen J. Horton
33. Creation of temperature-influenced hyphal growth mutants in a basidiomycete fungus through the use of UV mutagenesis.

Paul Morris
34. Functional Analysis of a Novel Diaminopimelate Decarboxylase from the Oomycete Saprolegnia parasitica.

Michael H. Perlin
35. Living on Air?: Ustilago maydis cells grow without being provided nitrogen in their growth media.

Hannah Reynolds
36. Saprotrophic metabolism of the White-Nose Syndrome fungus Geomyces destructans in bat hibernacula.

Johanna Rytioja
37. Cellulose acting enzymes of the white-rot fungus Dichomitus squalens: expression of the genes and characterization of the enzymes.

N. Ponts
38. Metabolomics of growth and type B trichothecenes production in Fusarium graminearum.

Xiaodong Qi
39. Diversity of telomeric sequences and telomerase RNA structures within Ascomycetes.

Ethan Addicott
40. Characterizing a putative three-step formaldehyde oxidation pathway in Neurospora crassa.

Oleg Agafonov
41. Nitrate assimilation in Neurospora crassa.

T. Candido
42. Protein kinases affecting glycogen accumulation and likely regulating the glycogen synthase phosphorylation status in Neurospora crassa.

Lynn Epstein
43. Endogenous ergothioneine is required for wild type levels of Neurospora crassa conidiogenesis and conidial survival, but does not protect against uv-induced kill or mutagenesis.

Linda Lauinger
44. Thiolutin inhibits protein turnover in Neurospora and yeast.

Melanie Morel
45. Characterization of a Phanerochaete chrysosporium glutathione transferase reveals a novel structural and functional class with ligandin properties for wood extractive molecules.

Marcelo HS Ramada
46. Secretome analysis of Trichoderma harzianum cultivated in the presence of Fusarium solani cell wall or glucose.

Roberto N. Silva
47. Analysis of carbon catabolite repression (CCR) during cellulase formation by Trichoderma reesei (Hypocrea jecorina) using two-dimensional differential gel electrophoresis (2D-DIGE).

Daniel Berry
48. Transposon-associated evolution of a fungal NRPS.

Sandra Bloemendal
49. Velvet family control of penicillin production in Penicillium chrysogenum: PcVelB binding to isopenicillin N synthase suggests a novel regulatory mechanism.

Gerald Lackner
50. Genome mining reveals the evolutionary origin and biosynthetic potential of basidiomycete polyketide synthases.

Hong Luo
51. Engineering Cyclic Peptide Biosynthesis in Poisonous Mushrooms.

Jon R. Menke
52. Spatial assessment of oxidative and enzymatic reactions in brown rotted wood.

Ana Rems
53. Molecular biological basis for statin resistance in naturally statin-producing organisms.

Clay Wang
54. Molecular genetic characterization of secondary metabolism pathways in Asperillus species.

Arnold Driessen
55. A branched biosynthetic pathway is involved in production of roquefortine and related compounds in Penicillium chrysogenum.

Candace Elliott
56. A biosynthetic gene cluster for the antifungal metabolite phomenoic acid in the plant pathogenic fungus, Leptosphaeria maculans.

Patrick M. Hayes
57. Exploring and Manipulating Pleuromutilin Production.

In H. Lee
58. Improvement of Monascus pilosus for the production of functional foods by overexpression of the laeA gene.

Takehito Nakazawa
59. Molecular genetics studies on secondary metabolism in Chaetomium globosum reveal involvement of aureonitol and chaetoglobosins in gene regulation and sexual reproduction.

Lasse Bech
60. Identification of T. asperellum CAZyme genes.

Christa Ivanova
61. Identification of a lactose permease of Trichoderma reesei that is required for cellulase gene expression.

Björn Sandrock
62. The diversity of the Mannosylerythritol lipids depends on the peroxisomal targeting of the Mannosylerythritol acyl transferases Mac1 and Mac2 in Ustilago maydis.

Carol E. Davis
63. Metabolic adaptation of the oomycete Phytophthora infestans during colonization of plants and tubers.

Bastian Doernte
64. Multi-copper oxidase genes of Heterobasidion irregulare.

Irina S. Druzhinina
65. The two novel class II hydrophobins of Trichoderma stimulate enzymatic hydrolysis of polyethylene terephthalate (PET).

J.-S. Hur
66. Analysis of polyketide synthase gene clusters in Cladonia metacorallifera genome.

Branka Korosec
67. Inhibition of benzoate 4-monooxygenase (CYP53A15) from Cohliobolus lunatus by cinnamic acid derivatives.

Linda Paun
68. Higher yields of cyclodepsipetides from Scopulariopsis brevicaulis by random mutagenesis.

Cell Biology and Development

Farhana Runa
69. Generation of pathogenic diploids from heterogeneous conidial populations of Aspergillus flavus.

Akira Ishii
70. Inhibition of appressorium formation of Magnaporthe oryzae by roxithromycin and its possible molecular target.

Sayo Kodama
71. Identification of novel genes involved in induction of appressorium development triggered by plant-derived signals in Colletotrichum orbiculare.

Jarrod R. Fortwendel
72. Unique protein domains regulate Aspergillus fumigatus RasA localization and signaling during invasive growth.

Kevin K. Fuller
73. Light regulates growth, stress resistance and metabolism in the fungal pathogen Aspergillus fumigatus.

Praveen R. Juvvadi
74. Analysis of critical domains in calcineurin A required for septal targeting and function in Aspergillus fumigatus.

Alberto Muñoz
75. Calcium imaging and measurement during growth and response to stresses in Aspergillus fumigatus.

Monsicha Pongpom
76. The Aspergillus fumigatus AcuK transcription factor is required for iron metabolism and virulence.

Srijana Upadhyay
77. The copper transporter ctpA in Aspergillus fumigatus is critical for conidial melanization and virulence in an invertebrate infection model.

Sarah Lea Anglin
78. Aspergillus nidulans SNXAHRB1 is an SR/RRM family protein that rescues defects in the CDC2/CYCLINB pathway.

Oezguer Bayram
79. The Aspergillus nidulans MAPK module AnSte11-Ste50-Ste7-Fus3 controls development and secondary metabolism.

Nicole Bühler
80. Functional analysis of sterol transporter in filamentous fungus Aspergillus nidulans.

Steven H. Denison
81. Mechanisms of cellular resistance to copper and arsenic in Aspergillus nidualans.

Nathan W. Gross
82. Functional characterization of Aspergillus nidulans ANID_05595.1: a possible homologue of the polarisome component Pea2.

Yainitza Hernandez-Rodriguez
83. Aspergillus nidulans septin interactions and post-translational modifications.

Terry Hill
84. A highly conserved sequence motif is required for PkcA localization to septation sites and protein function in Aspergillus nidulans.

Kwang-Yeop Jahng
85. The MpkB MAP kinase plays a role in autolysis and conidiation of Aspergillus nidulans.

Susan GW Kaminskyj
86. Beyond green mining: analysis of fungal cytochemistry using gold nanoparticles.

Susan Kaminskyj
87. Aspergillus nidulans as an experimental system to identify novel cell wall growth and maintenance genes through identification of anti-fungal drug resistance mutations.

Susan Kaminskyj
88. Aspergillus nidulans cell walls lacking galactofuranose are more susceptible to glucan degrading enzymes.

Mi-Kyung Lee
89. The GATA-type transcription factor NsdD is a key regulator of conidiation and secondary metabolism in Aspergillus.

Heesoo Park
90. THE velvet regulators in Aspergilli.

István Pócsi
91. Coordinated regulation of asexual development, cell death and autolysis by the C2H2 zinc finger transcription factor BrlA in Aspergillus nidulans .

Samara Reck-Peterson
92. Whole-genome sequencing identifies novel alleles of genes required for organelle distribution and motility in Aspergillus nidulans.

Oezlem Sarikaya Bayram
93. Two methyltransferase protein complexes control fungal development and secondary metabolite production.

Josua Schinke
94. Control of Multicellular Development by the Physically Interacting Deneddylases DEN1/DenA and COP9 Signalosome.

Norio Takeshita
95. Visualization of apical membrane domains in Aspergillus nidulans by Photoactivated Localization Microscopy (PALM).

Lakshmi Preethi Yerra
96. Cellular morphogenesis of Aspergillus nidulans conidiophores: a systematic survey of protein kinase and phosphatase function.

Jae-Hyuk Yu
97. The Putative Guanine Nucleotide Exchange Factor RicA Mediates Upstream Signaling for Growth and Development in Aspergillus.

Ying Zhang
98. Evidence for a role of peroxisomes in microtubule organization.

Maria A. Burggraaf
99. Autophagy promotes survival in aging submerged cultures of the filamentous fungus Aspergillus niger.

Pauline Krijgsheld
100. Inactivation of flbA results in increased secretome complexity and reduced secretion heterogeneity in colonies of Aspergillus niger.

Jean-Paul Ouedraogo
101. Functional characterization of A. niger class III and class V chitin synthases and their role in cell wall integrity.

Joohae Park
102. Exploiting transcriptomic signatures of Aspergillus niger to uncover key genes important for high protein traffic through its secretory pathway.

Joohae Park
103. Identification of two Golgi-localized putative UDP-galactofuranose transporters with overlapping function in Aspergillus niger.

Mizuki Tanaka
104. Maltose permease-encoding mRNA is cleaved under induction condition of amylolytic gene expression in Aspergillus oryzae.

Anna Minz-Dub
105. Functional characterisation of Rac GTPase in Botrytis cinerea reveals impact on polarity, cell cycle and pathogenicity.

Julia Schumacher
106. Light matters: The transcription factor LTF1 regulates virulence and light responses in the necrotrophic plant pathogen Botrytis cinerea.

Jan van Kan
107. Functional analysis of genes in the mating type locus of Botrytis cinerea.

Jan van Kan
108. The role of hydrophobins in sexual development of Botrytis cinerea.

Tahmeena Chowdhury
109. The pescadillo homolog, controlled by Tor, coordinates proliferation and growth and response in Candida albicans yeast.

Michelle Leach
110. Uncovering the mechanisms of thermal adaptation in Candida albicans.

Darren Thomson
111. Characterisation of contact-dependant tip re-orientation in Candida albicans hyphae.

Audrey M. V. Ah-Fong
112. Cdc14 association with basal bodies in the oomycete Phytophthora infestans indicates potential new role for this protein phosphatase.

Fumi Fukada
113. Colletotrichum orbiculare Bub2-Bfa1 complex, a spindle position checkpoint (SPOC) component in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, is involved in proper progression of cell cycle.

L. Kozubowski
114. Metazoan-like mitotic events in the basidiomycetous budding yeast Cryptococcus neoformans - a human fungal pathogen.

Jennifer R. Larson
115. Distinctive Mitotic Localization of a Novel Suppressor of nimA1 Provides New Insight into NIMA Function.

Wasin Sakulkoo
116. Investigating Cell Cycle-Regulated Control of Appressorium Morphogenesis in the Rice Blast Fungus Magnaporthe oryzae.

R. Fajardo

Stephen J. Free
118. DFG5 and DCW1 cross-link Cell Wall Proteins into the Cell Wall Matrix.

Laura Grenville-Briggs
119. Cell wall biology to illuminate mechanisms of pathogenicity in Phytophthora infestans.

Klaus B. Lengeler
120. Analysis of the cell wall integrity (CWI) pathway in Ashbya gossypii.

Rosa R. Mouriño-Pérez
121. Dynamics of exocytic markers and cell wall alterations in an endocytosis mutant of Neurospora crassa.

P. Philippsen
122. Comprehensive genome-based analysis of cell wall biosynthesis in the filamentous phytopathogen Ashbya gossypii.

Wilhelm Hansberg
123. cAMP regulation in Neurospora crassa conidiation.

Maria Fernanda Nieto-Jacobo
124. Ste12 is a negative regulator of conidiation and cell wall lytic enzymes production in response to nitrogen deprivation and light in Trichoderma atroviride.

Marianna Feretzaki
125. Black holes in fungal virulence: loss of RNAi in C. gattii outbreak strains reveals a novel RNAi factor.

Sophie Lev
126. The Crz1/Sp1 transcription factor of Cryptococcus neoformans is activated by calcineurin and regulates cell wall integrity.

Linqi Wang
127. A Fungal Adhesin Guides Community Behaviors by Autoinduction and Paracrinal Signaling.

Stephen J. Free
128. The PacC Signal Transduction Pathway regulates Sexual Development in Neurospora crassa.

Kap-Hoon Han
129. Aspergillus flavus MAP kinase AflMpkB positively regulates developmental process but not aflatoxin production.

Chenlei Hua
130. Subcellular localization and kinase activity of GK4, a Phytophthora infestans GPCR-PIPK involved in actin cytoskeleton organisation.

Masayuki Kamei
131. External calcium ions and deletion of per-1 gene suppressed the abnormal morphology of och-1 and frost mutants in Neurospora crassa.

Ronny Lehneck
132. Functional analysis of carbonic anhydrases from the filamentous ascomycete Sordaria macrospora.

H. Muraguchi
133. The Coprinopsis cinerea cag1 (cap-growthless1) gene, whose mutation affects cap growth in fruiting body morphogenesis, encodes the budding yeast Tup1 homolog.

P. Philippsen
134. Adaptation of the microtubule cytoskeleton to multinuclearity and chromosome number in hyphae of Ashbya gossypii as revealed by electron tomography.

P. Philippsen
135. High resolution proteomics of spores, germlings and hyphae of the phytopathogenic fungus Ashbya gossypii.

Frank J. J. Segers
136. Indoor Fungal Growth and Humidity Dynamics.

Jose Perez-Martin
137. Essentiality of Ku70/80 in Ustilago maydis is related to its ability to suppress DNA damage signalling at telomeres.

Mihwa Yi
138. Magnaporthe oryzae effectors with putative roles in cell-to-cell movement during biotrophic invasion of rice.

Stefanie Poeggeler
139. Functional characterization of autophagy genes Smatg8 and Smatg4 in the homothallic ascomycete Sordaria macrospora.

Marike Boenisch
140. Laser microdissection and transcriptomics of infection cushions formed by Fusarium graminearum.

Jorge García-Martínez
141. Biochemical and biophysical analysis of the CarO rhodopsin of Fusarium fujikuroi.

Hye-Seon Kim
142. Roles of membrane and organellar calcium channels and transporters in controlling pulsatile [Ca2+]c signatures.

Jungkwan Lee
143. Characterization of positive regulator for asexual and sexual reproduction in the cereal head blight pathogen Gibberella zeae.

Y. J. Lee
144. Functional analysis of Elongator complex protein 3 in Gibberella zeae.

A. R. Park
145. Functional analyses of regulators of G protein signaling (FgRGS) and GzGPA proteins in Gibberella zeae.

146. A novel gene, GEA1, is required for ascus cell wall development in the ascomycete fungus, Gibberella zeae.

A. Thompkins
147. A systems-biology approach to build gene-regulatory network models connecting osmotic stress responses and asexual development in Fusarium graminearum.

Shermineh Shahi
148. Starvation enhances heterokaryon formation between incompatible strains of Fusarium oxysporum.

Ido Vlaardingerbroek
149. Requirements for horizontal chromosome transfer in the plant pathogenic fungus Fusarium oxysporum.

Therése Oskarsson
150. Characterization of the endocytotic proteins Yel1-Arf3-Gts1 in Ashbya gossypii and the role of Gts1 in endocytosis, actin localization and filamentous growth.

Martin Richard van Leeuwen
151. A Late Embryogenesis Abundant (LEA) protein in Neosartorya fischeri confers protection against desiccation.

Michaela Wehr
152. Coordination of polarized secretion by the exocyst complex is critical for filamentous growth and cytokinesis in Ustilago maydis.

Ci Fu
153. Localization of Neurospora crassa Cell Fusion Proteins.

Wilfried Jonkers
154. Identification of novel Neurospora crassa genes involved in hyphal fusion by tanscriptomic analysis.

Sarah A. Gilmore
155. N-acetylglucosamine (GlcNAc) Triggers a Morphogenetic Program in Systemic Dimorphic Fungi.

H. P. Huinink
156. How water influences fungal growth on "real" materials.

Herve Lalucque
157. Identification and characterization of two genes required in the control of a cell degeneration in the filamentous fungi Podospora anserina.

P. Philippsen
158. Dynein drives oscillatory nuclear movements in the phytopathogenic fungus Ashbya gossypii and prevents nuclear clustering.

Karen Stephenson
159. Quantification of the thigmotropic response of Neurospora crassa to microfabricated slides with ridges of defined height and topography.

Britta A. M. Tillmann
160. Specificity determinants of GTPase recognition by RhoGEFs in Ustilago maydis.

K. A. van Laarhoven
161. Moisture dependencies of P. Rubens on a porous substrate.

Ilva Esther Cabrera
162. Localization of Gα proteins during germination in the filamentous fungus, Neurospora crassa.

E. Sanchez
163. Deciphering the roles of the secretory pathway key regulators YPT-1 and SEC-4 in the filamentous fungus Neurospora crassa.

Jason Stajich
164. Functional characterization of CBM18 proteins, an expanded family of chitin binding genes in the Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis genome.

Yogesh K. Gupta
165. The exocyst complex is necessary for secretion of effector proteins during plant infection by Magnaporthe oryzae.

Yeonyee Oh
166. Functional analysis of protein ubiquitination in the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae.

M. Rossi
167. The role of autophagy in Cryphonectria hypovirus 1 (CHV1) infection in Cryphonectria parasitica.

D. Feldman
168. Neurospora crassa protein arginine methyl transferases are involved in growth and development and interact with the NDR kinase COT1.

Flora Banuett
169. Role of tea1 and tea4 homologs in cell morphogenesis in Ustilago maydis.

Viplendra P. S. Shakya
170. Sex determination directs uniparental mitochondrial inheritance in Phycomyces blakesleeanus.

Christopher F. Villalta
171. Exploring the role of a highly expressed, secreted tyrosinase in Histoplasma capsulatum mycelia.

Michael K. Watters
172. Hypobranching induced by both anti-oxidants and ROS control gene knockouts in Neurospora crassa.

Diego Delgado-Álvarez
173. Septum formation starts with the establishment of a septal actin tangle (SAT) at future septation sites.

Anne Dettmann
174. Characterization of the Neurospora crassa STRIPAK complex.

Jonathan Galazka
175. Does the CENP-T-W-S-X tetramer link centromeres to kinetochores?

Yvonne Heilig
176. Proper actin ring formation and septum constriction requires coordination of SIN and MOR pathways through the germinal centre kinase MST1.

Yvonne Heilig
177. Regulatation of the BUD3-BUD4 landmark complex by the NDR kinases DBF2 and COT1 during septum formation in Neurospora crassa.

Shouqiang Ouyang
178. Development of a Protein-Protein Interaction Platform in Neurospora Crassa.

Martin Weichert
179. Specific Structural Features of Sterols Affect Cell-Cell Signaling and Fusion in Neurospora crassa.

Nallely Cano-Dominguez
180. The role of NADPH oxidases in Neurospora crassa cell fusion.

E. Castro-Longoria

Chia-Chen Chang
182. The role of calcium and calmodulin during cell fusion and colony initiation in Neurospora crassa.

M. Fujimura
183. Deletion of cAMP phosphodiesterase pde-2/acon-2 gene causes the enhanced osmotic sensitivity in os-1 and os-2 mutants of N. crassa.

AMruta Garud
184. Genetic analysis of GNB-1 and CPC-2 with the G alpha subunits in Heterotrimeric G protein signaling in Neurospora crassa.

Jens Heller
185. Communication Interference during Cell Fusion in Neurospora crassa is controlled by a Region under Balancing Selection in the Heterokaryon Incompatibility Locus het-c.

Frank Kempken
186. The N. crassa Bem46 protein: alternative splicing and eisosomal association.

John Kennell
187. The alternative oxidase induction pathway is involved in senescence associated with over-replication of a mitochondrial plasmid in Neurospora crassa.

Kiminori Kurashima
188. Relationship among mutagen sensitivity, senescence and mitochondrial morphology in the ultraviolet sensitive-5 mutant of Neurospora crassa.

Leonora Martinez
189. Localization of EGL-1 and EGL-2, two GPI anchored cell wall β (1-3) endoglucanases, at hyphal apices and septa, and in interconidial septa in Neurospora crassa.

Alexander V. Michkov
190. Stability of a G protein alpha subunit in genetic backgrounds lacking the G beta subunit or a cytosolic guanine nucleotide exchange factor.

Yuhei Nogami
191. Functional analysis the Saccharomyces cerevisiae Ste20, Cla4 homologue in Neurospora crassa.

Trevor Starr
192. Dissecting the Pathway of Cellulase Secretion in Neurospora crassa.

Georgios Tzelepis
193. Towards understanding the endoplasmic reticulum associated degradation process of misfolded glycoproteins in Neurospora crassa.

Steve Gorsich
194. Saccharomyces cerevisiae spore development and protection against reactive oxygen species.

K. Min
195. Genetic analysis of the role of peroxisomes in the virulence and survival in Fusarium graminearum.

Marketa Samalova
196. roGFP and anti-oxidant defences in the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae.

Soo Chan Lee
197. Dimorphism and virulence in pathogenic zygomycetes.

Joanna A. Bueche
198. Genetic analysis of the components of the ime-2 mediated signaling events during nonself recognition and programmed cell death (PCD) in Neurospora crassa.

Steffen Nordzieke
199. PRO45 is a component of the conserved STRIPAK complex in Sordaria macrospora.

Jurgen W. Wendland
200. Molecular Determinants of Sporulation in Ashbya gossypii.

Hoda Bazafkan
201. VELVET is regulated by ENV1 and impacts development of Trichoderma reesei.

Julia Böhm
202. Sexual reproduction and mating type function in the penicillin producing fungus Penicillium chrysogenum.

Daniela Freihorst
203. Exponentiate complexity: non-mating GPCRs in the basidiomycete Schizophyllum commune.

Britta Herzog
204. Characterization of new STRIPAK complex interaction partners in the filamentous ascomycete Sordaria macrospora.

T.-F. Wang
205. Hypocrea jecorina meiosis generates segmentally aneuploid progeny to enhance production of xylan-degrading hemicellulases.

Brenda D. Wingfield
206. Deletion of MAT 1-2-1 gene results in mating type switching in Ceratocystis fimbriata.

Timon T. Wyatt
207. Mannitol is essential for the development of stress resistant ascospores in Neosartorya fischeri.

Thomas J. Fowler
208. A small lipopeptide pheromone with limited proline substitutions can still be active.

E.-M. Jung
209. Function of Ras proteins in fungal morphogenesis of Schizophyllum commune.

Ines Teichert
210. The developmental PRO40/SOFT protein participates in signaling via the MIK1/MEK1/MAK1 module in Sordaria macrospora.

Silvia Polaino Orts
211. Map-based identification of the mad photosensing genes of Phycomyces blakesleeanus.

Hayley E. Bugeja
212. The C2H2 transcription factor HgrA promotes hyphal growth in the dimorphic pathogen Penicillium marneffei.

Michael Plamann
213. Involvement of a specific ubiquitin ligase in the assembly of the dynein motor.

K. Tan
214. Identification and characterization of new alleles required for microtubule-based transport of nuclei, endosomes, and peroxisomes.

Sónia M. Castanheira
215. Pheromone-induced G2 cell cycle arrest in Ustilago maydis requires inhibitory phosphorylation of Cdk1.

T. Langner
216. Microtubule-dependent mRNA transport and mitochondrial protein import in Ustilago maydis.

Barry J. Bowman
217. “The vacuole” of Neurospora crassa may be composed of multiple compartments with different structures and functions.

Ursula Kües
218. Comparisons of two wild type A mating type loci and derived self-compatible mutants in the basidiomycete Coprinopsis cinerea.

Ursula Kües
219. Transformation of an NACHT-NTPase gene NWD2 suppresses the pkn1 defect in fruiting body initiation of the Coprinopsis cinerea mutant Proto159.

Harold Meijer
220. Dynamics of the actin cytoskeleton in Phytophthora infestans.

Comparative and Functional Genomics

Sook-Young Park
221. A novel approach for functional analysis of genes in the rice blast fungus.

Joelle Amselem
222. Distribution and evolution of transposable elements in the Magnaporthe oryzae/grisea clade.

Gustavo C. Cerqueira
223. Alternative structural annotation of Aspergillus oryzae and Aspergillus nidulans based on RNA-Seq evidence.

Diane O. Inglis
224. Improved Gene Ontology annotation for biofilm formation, filamentous growth and phenotypic switching in Candida albicans.

J. Jakse
225. Genome sequencing of Verticillium albo-atrum pathotypes in order to understand wilt disease in hop production.

Nada Krasevec
226. Aegerolysin proteins from Aspergillus species.

Alan Kuo
227. Assembly, Annotation, and Analysis of Multiple Mycorrhizal Fungal Genomes.

Asaf A. Salamov
228. Comparative reannotation of 21 Aspergillus genomes.

Martin Urban
229. Using the phenotypic information in the PHI-base database to explore pathogen genomes, transcriptomes and proteomes.

Theo vanderLee
230. RNA-Seq analysis reveals new gene models and alternative splicing in Fusarium graminearum.

Clara Baldin
231. Comparison of transcriptome technologies in the MpkA deletion mutant of Aspergillus fumigatus.

Erzsébet Fekete
232. Spliceosome twintrons ( “stwintrons”) revealed by fungal nuclear genomes.

Kap-Hoon Han
233. NGS data revealed that the NSDA sterile mutant contains a mutation in the SCF ubiquitin ligase subunit gene, culC, in Aspergillus nidulans.

Kap-Hoon Han
234. Whole genome sequencing of two Aspergillus oryzae strains isolated from Meju, a traditional brick of dried fermented soybean, in Korea.

K. Iwashita
235. Systematic analysis of the uncharacterized genes, which widely conserved among filamentous fungi, in Aspergillus oryzae.

Jaime Eyzaguirre
236. Penicillium purpurogenum degrades lignocellulose. What can we learn of this process by analyzing the genome, transcriptome and secretome of the fungus?

Robin A. Ohm
237. Functional genomics of lignocellulose degradation in the Basidiomycete white rot Schizophyllum commune.

J. Espino
238. Functional characterization of genes expressed in early infection stages by the phytopathogenic fungus Botrytis cinerea.

Linda Holland
239. Regulation of biofilm formation in Candida parapsilosis.

E. Grund
240. Functional analysis of the Mps1 MAP kinase pathway in the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae.

Divya Sain
241. A RNA-Seq directed functional genomics screen to identify novel cell wall genes in the hyphal tip of Neurospora crassa.

Klaas Schotanus
242. Identification of centromeres in the plant pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici (synonym Mycosphaerella graminicola).

R. Blake Billmyre
243. Loss of the RNAi pathway in VGII Cryptococcus gattii sheds light on the intact system in Cryptococcus neoformans.

Jessica C. S. Brown
244. A chemical-genetic map of a human fungal meningitis pathogen.

Tami R. McDonald
245. Whole genome sequencing of high-mortality and low-mortality strains of Cryptococcus neoformans var. grubii to discover genetic determinants of virulence.

Dong-Hoon Yang
246. Identification of high temperature-regulated genes controlled by Sch9 through comparative transcriptome analysis in Cryptococcus neoformans.

Chiaki Hori
247. Genome-wide analysis of eleven white- and brown-rot Polyporales provides insight into mechanisms of wood decay.

Sarah Maria Schmidt
248. Genomic context and distribution of effector genes in Fusarium oxysporum.

Jason Shiller
249. Whole genome sequencing reveals new links between diverse plant pathogens; an expanded AvrLm6-like gene family in Venturia species.

Samantha Taylor
250. Oömycetes Protein Array Project.

Ronnie de Jonge
251. Extensive chromosomal reshuffling drives evolution of virulence in an asexual pathogen.

Derek Johnson
252. Genomic census of transmembrane proteins of the marine fungus, Corollospora maritima.

Venkatesh Moktali
253. Fungal Calcium Signaling Database (FCSD).

Venkatesh Moktali
254. Evolutionary genomic analysis of cytochrome P450 proteins in the subphyla Pezizomycotina.

Stephen J. Mondo
255. Uncovering the evolutionary pressures shaping the Glomeromycota-Glomeribacter endosymbiosis.

Olga Novikova
256. The Unique family of Telomere-Linked Helicases in Fungi.

Olga Novikova
257. Evolution of proteins containing intein- and Hedgehog-like Vint domains in Fungi.

Minou Nowrousian
258. The genome and development-dependent transcriptome of Pyronema confluens: a window into fungal evolution.

Kristiina Nygren
259. Genome and transcriptome analysis of the mycoparasite Clonostachys rosea.

G. Fourie
260. The mitochondrial genomes of Fusarium circinatum, F. verticillioides and F. fujikuroi are unexpectedly similar.

Donald M. Gardiner
261. Comparative pathogenomics: next generation dissection of mechanisms of pathogenesis on plants.

Matias Pasquali
262. Characterisation of stuA homologue in Fusarium culmorum.

Christian Sieber
263. Comparative analysis of noncoding sequences in the Gibberella fujikuroi species complex.

S. L. Slinski
264. Virulence of Fusarium circinatum on Pinus species.

Chetouhi Cherif
265. Understanding the remodeling of the wheat grain genome expression during infection, a gate to get new insights on the molecular cross-talk controlling the development of the interaction between the wheat and Fusarium graminearum..

Heather E. Hallen-Adams
266. Genetic and epigenetic changes in Fusarium graminearum following serial subculture.

Huiquan Liu
267. Evolutionary and functional analysis of mitosis-related kinase genes in Fusarium graminearum.

Chen fang Wang
268. Functional analysis of A MADS-box transcription Mcm1 in Fusarium graminearum .

Sung-Hwan Yun
269. Genome sequencing of the Fusarium graminearum species complex in Korea.

P. van Dam
270. Identification and functional analysis of virulence genes in different host-pathogenic forms of Fusarium oxysporum.

M. Flajsman
271. Protocol for generating gene knock-out transformants of the fungal pathogen Verticillium albo-atrum.

A. Mirzadi Gohari
272. Functional analysis of catalase-peroxidase encoding genes in the fungal wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici.

Dong-Xiu Zhang
273. Efficient recycling of selective marker genes with the Cre-loxP recombination system via anastomosis in Cryphonectria parasitica.

Liang Ma
274. RNA-seq reveals the pleiotropic regulating functions of the transcription factor XYR1 in Trichoderma reesei.

Marcia Saraiva
275. Tyrosinase an important enzyme for melanin production in the oomycete Saprolegnia parasitica.

B. Shrestha
276. Comparative transcriptomics of Cordyceps bassiana to understand expression levels of its NRPS related genes.

Noam Alkan
277. Global analysis of the Colletotrichum gloeosporioides genome and transcriptome reveals a conserved role for pacC pH regulation in fungi.

Daniele Armaleo
278. Decoding symbiosis: the two genomes of the lichen Cladonia grayi.

Guohong Cai
279. Anisogramma anomala: a unique fungus with a huge genome.

Jonathan Grandaubert
280. Leptosphaeria maculans 'brassicae': "Transposable Elements changed my life, I feel different now".

Igor Grigoriev
281. Genomics of fungal interactions for bioenergy crops.

H. Koike
282. Genomic analysis of oleaginous fungi.

Abhishek Kumar
283. Genome sequencing, assembly and annotation of a marine fungal isolate of Scopulariopsis brevicaulis using three different next generation sequencing technologies.

Abhishek Kumar
284. Genome sequencing, assembly and annotation of a marine fungal isolate of Pestalotiopsis using next generation sequencing technologies.

Abhishek Kumar
285. Genome sequencing, assembly and annotation of a marine fungal isolate of Calcasporium using different next generation sequencing technologies.

Abhishek Kumar
286. Genome sequencing, assembly and annotation of three marine fungal isolates using different next generation DNA sequencing methods for pharmaceutically important secondary metabolites.

Hoi Shan Kwan
287. From Shiitake genomics to comparative mushroom genomics: Mushroomics.

Ljerka Lah
288. Comparative genomics of Ceratocystis polonica and Ophiostoma bicolor, two bark beetle-associated pathogenic fungi.

Taina K. Lundell
289. The largest fungal mitochondrial genome of a basidiomycete contains signs of genetic flexibility and recombination events.

Nicholas R. Rhind
290. De Novo Assembly of Fungal Genomes and Detection of Structural Variation using Extremely Long Single-Molecule Imaging.

J. Schirawski
291. Discovering host specificity candidate genes of Sporisorium reilianum by genotyping mixed-variety offspring.

Emily A. Whiston
292. Comparing comparative “omics” in Coccidioides spp.

Sven J. Saupe
293. The transcriptional response during cell-fusion incompatibility in Podospora anserina.

Steven Ahrendt
294. Comparative Analysis of Putative Rhodopsins in Early Diverging Fungal Lineages.

Felipe R. Arredondo
295. Molecular Tools to Silence and Confirm Genes in Phytophthora Sojae.

Jaehyuk Choi
296. Functional Characterization of Transcription Factor Genes, MoNIT4 and MoLEU3, in Magnaporthe oryzae.

Jaeyoung Choi
297. Comparative genomic analysis of world-wide Magnaporthe oryzae isolate collection.

Hyunjung Chung
298. Functional characterization of two genes encoding putative Zn(II)2Cys6 transcription factors, MoCOD1 and MoCOD2 in Magnaporthe oryzae.

Christof Rampitsch
299. Comparative proteomics of monoclonal-antibody enriched haustoria from three races of Puccinia triticina.

Steven J. Klosterman
300. RNA-seq analyses of gene expression in the microsclerotia of Verticillium dahliae.

Francis M. Martin
301. Exploring the Genome Diversity of Mycorrhizal Fungi to Understand the Evolution and Functioning of Symbiosis.

Abhishek Kumar
302. Known unknown genes: evolution of eukaryotic BEM46.

J. P. Benz
303. Sugar ‘cubed’ - A Comparative Systems Analysis of Plant Cell Wall Polysaccharide Recognition and Degradation Using the Model Filamentous Fungus Neurospora crassa.

Kevin McCluskey
304. Building upon whole genome resequencing in Neurospora.

A. P. Gryganskyi
305. Genome based phylogeny of early diverging fungal lineages.

Robert Riley
306. Comparative analysis of 35 basidiomycete genomes reveals diversity and uniqueness of the phylum.

Jinhui Chang
307. Functional analysis of roles of expanded genes in fruiting body development in Coprinopsis cinerea.

Abhishek Kumar
308. Comparative analysis of fungal kinomes.

L. Scharfenstein
309. VeA, VelB and FluG affect conidiation and aflatoxin production of Aspergillus flavus.

S. E. Baker
310. The Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory molecular analysis capabilities for fungal biology.

Kathryn E. Bushley
311. Comparative Genomics and Transcriptomics of Insect Pathogenesis.

Y. Chen
312. Integrated transcriptional profiling and analysis for identification of Cryptococcus neoformans genes regulated during human cryptococcal meningitis.

Tim Dahlmann
313. Structural and functional characterization of microRNA-like RNAs in the penicillin producing fungus Penicillium chrysogenum.

H.-L. Liao
314. Metatranscriptomic analysis of ectomycorrhizal root clusters in Pinus taeda: new methodologies for assessing functional gene expression in situ.

Federico Lopez-Moya
315. Transcriptomic response of Neurospora crassa germinating conidia to chitosan in sub-lethal dose.

Andrei S. Steindorff
316. Transcriptomic analysis of the interaction between Trichoderma harzianum and the phytopathogen Sclerotinia sclerotiorum using the RNA-seq approach.

Andrea Walther
317. Genome evolution of the original Saccharomyces carlsbergensis lager yeast strain, Unterhefe No1, as revealed by whole genome sequencing.

Daren W. Brown
318. Retention of genes in a secondary metabolite gene cluster that has degenerated in multiple lineages of the Ascomycota.

Yueqiang Leng
319. Functional characterization of unique non-ribosomal peptide synthetase genes in the cereal fungal pathogen Cochliobolus sativus.

C. Alisha Owensby
320. Phylogenomics unveils secondary metabolites specific to mycoparasitic lineages in Hypocreales.

R. Debuchy
321. Genome and transcriptome sequence of the apomictic fungus Arnium arizonense (Podospora arizonensis).

Elisabetta Marchegiani
322. Role of MAP kinase pathways in the pathogenicity of the wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola .

Won-Sik Kong
323. Comparative genomic analyses of Flammulina velutipes with a special emphasis on its breeding.

Damien Fleetwood
324. Ancient and abundant MITEs in epichloae genomes.

George E. Anasontzis
325. Exploring the biomass modifying enzymes of new filamentous fungal isolates from Vietnam, using secretome and transcriptome analyses.

L. Guo
326. Fusarium Comparative Transcriptomics and Transcriptional Regulatory Network Reconstruction.

A. Kohler
327. The mycorrhizal genome initiative (MGI): Identification of symbiosis-regulated genes by using RNA-Seq.

Jaana Kuuskeri
328. Transcriptome, secreted enzymes and systematics of the white rot basidiomycete Phlebia radiata.

Sabine Fillinger
329. Characterization of molecular mechanisms underlying the multi-drug-resistant phenotypes of Mycosphaerella graminicola field isolates.

M. E. Donaldson
330. Candidate pathogenesis gene identification via Ustilago maydis `first gen` genomic analyses.

F. Lefebvre
331. A biocontrol agent among pathogens : How Pseudozyma flocculosa genome relates to singular lifestyle.

B. Dhillon
332. A tale of two poplar pathogens - Moving from sequence to function.

Virginia K. Hench
333. Defining Open Chromatin Regions in Coprinopsis cinerea Oidia by FAIRE.

Uma Maheswari
334. Ensembl Fungi - genome-scale data portal from fungal species.

Alija Mujic
335. A draft genome of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Rhizopogon vesiculosus: Characterization of mating system and heterozygosity within the dikaryon.

Robin A. Ohm
336. Diverse Lifestyles and Strategies of Plant Pathogenesis Encoded in the Genomes of Eighteen Dothideomycetes Fungi.

Patricia J. Pukkila
337. Domains of meiotic DNA recombination and gene conversion in Coprinopsis cinerea (Coprinus cinereus).

Raghuraman Ramamurthy
338. FungiDB: An integrated functional genomics database for fungi.

Su San Toh
339. Letters from the front: The Microbotryum violaceum genome and transcriptome project.

Martha B. Arnaud
340. The Aspergillus and Candida Genome Databases: Recent Developments and Future Plans.

Lea Atanasova
341. The Trichoderma reesei polyketide synthase gene pks1 is necessary for yellow-green pigmentation of conidia and is involved in the establishment of environmental fitness.

Bridget M. Barker
342. Functional Analysis of Genes in Regions of Introgression in Coccidioides.

Peter K. Busk
343. Classification and accurate functional prediction of carbohydrate-active enzymes by recognition of short, conserved peptide motifs.

Jérôme Collemare
344. The mechanism of introner-like element multiplication in fungi.

Asen Daskalov
345. Fungi use prion folds for signal transduction processes involving STAND proteins.

Simeng Li
346. RNA silencing in poplar anthracnose fungus Colletotrichum gloeosporioides.

Mana Ohkura
347. Comparative Genomics of L and S Morphotypes of Aspergillus flavus.

Marilee A. Ramesh
348. Searching for Functional Mobile Elements in Coprinopsis cinerea.

Jiayao Wu
349. Genome-wide analysis of small RNA machineries in fungal kingdom.

Jun Xu
350. Comparative Analysis of Malassezia Mating Loci.

Education and Professional Development

Khlood S. AlSheikh
351. The internet effectiveness for gaining students enrolled at college of education The scientific facts and concepts about Biofuel issue according to the Responsibility Spiral model.

Andrea Gargas
352. ComGen Authentic Research Experiences (C-ARE): Fungal genetic analysis.

Virginia K. Hench
353. Facilitating an Interdisciplinary Learning Community Amongst Undergraduate Research Fellows By Emphasizing Scientific Inquiry as the Unifying Thread.

Gene Regulation

M. Alejandra Mandel
354. YAB- An Agrobacterium-based vector system for direct cloning of eukaryotic gene constructs via yeast recombination.

Sara J. Blosser
355. Removal of C4-methyl Sterol Accumulation in a SREBP-null Mutant of Aspergillus fumigatus Restores Hypoxia Growth.

Sourabh Dhingra
356. VeA Regulates Conidiation, Gliotoxin Production and Protease Activity in the Opportunistic Human Pathogen Aspergillus fumigatus.

Fabio Gsaller
357. HapXcess and C-terminal truncation impairs Aspergillus fumigatus' iron homeostasis.

Hubertus Haas
358. The CCAAT-Binding-Complex mediates Iron Regulation in Aspergillus fumigatus.

Juliane Macheleidt
359. Protein kinase A signaling in Aspergillus fumigatus: Identification of downstream targets.

Md. Kausar Alam
360. Aspergillus nidulans galactofuranose biosynthesis affects antifungal drug sensitivity.

Neil A. Brown
361. Screening of a non-essential protein kinase collection reveals the importance of carbon starvation in CreA derepression and cellulase production in Aspergillus nidulans.

J. Brzywczy
362. Sulfur metabolism regulatory mutations induce environmental stress response.

Mark X. Caddick
363. RNA 3' tagging - signalling transcript degradation and translational repression.

Ana M. Calvo-Byrd
364. A novel C2H2 type finger transcription factor, MtfA, regulates mycotoxin biosynthesis and development in Aspergillus nidulans .

Damien Downes
365. Histidine 704 of the Aspergillus nidulans GATA factor AreA is required for nuclear export.

Cameron C. Hunter
366. Redundant Nuclear Localization Signals Mediate Nuclear Import of the Aspergillus nidulans Transcription Activator of Nitrogen Metabolic Genes AreA.

Mayumi Nakayama
367. Conditional expression of the phospho-transmitter gene ypdA and the signaling interaction of YpdA with response regulators; SskA and SrrA in Aspergillus nidulans.

Mayumi Nakayama
368. Conditional expression of the phospho-transmitter gene ypdA and the signaling interaction of YpdA with response regulators; SskA and SrrA in Aspergillus nidulans.

Shizhu Zhang
369. FigA, a putative member of low-affinity calcium system, is involved in both asexual and sexual differentiation in Aspergillus nidulans.

Bert-Ewald Priegnitz
370. The Saccharomyces cerevisiae FUS3 homologue MAKB in Aspergillus niger is a central regulator connecting differentiation and secondary metabolite production with nutrient availability and light.

Y. Zheng
371. Engineering and characterizing protein secretion in Aspergillus niger.

M. Umemura
372. Design of culture conditions for secondary metabolite production of fungi based on large-scale transcriptome data.

S. Tani
373. The effect of the clbR overexpression on cellulose degrading enzyme production in Aspergillus aculeatus.

Y. Faivre Talmey
374. Regulation of the α-tubulin B-encoding gene during early development of the phytopathogenic fungus Botrytis cinerea.

Lisha Zhang
375. The regulation of D-galacturonic acid utilization in Botrytis cinerea.

Matthew Z. Anderson
376. Epigenetic Regulation of Subtelomeric Gene Noise in Candida albicans.

Ching-Hsuan Lin
377. Signaling and Cell Behavior: Pheromone Response in Candida albicans.

A. Nantel
378. Transcriptional regulatory networks controlling the early hypoxic response in Candida albicans.

Wenjie Xu
379. Gene expression and function during invasive Candida infection.

Steven Friedman
380. Effects of histone H3 point mutations on centromere maintenance.

Angélica Mariana Robledo Briones
381. Analysis of the transcriptional regulation of genes involved in the synthesis and organization of the cell wall of Ustilago maydis during infection of an alternatiive host.

Larissa Silva
382. Expression of the Trichophyton rubrum ace2 and pacC genes during degradation of keratinized substrates.

Erin L. Bredeweg
383. Control and Function of Two Fatty Acid Regulators in Neurospora crassa.

R. Gonçalves
384. Characterization of genomic targets for the Neurospora crassa hypothetical transcription factor NCU04390 by ChIP-sequencing.

Kristina M. Smith
385. The KMT6 Histone H3 K27 Methyltransferase Regulates Expression of Secondary Metabolites and Development in Fusarium graminearum.

C. Hong
386. Circadian clock-gated cell division cycles in Neurospora crassa.

L. F. Larrondo
387. Protein Binding Microarrays and high-throughput real-time reporters studies: Building a four-dimensional understanding of transcriptional networks in Neurospora crassa.

S. Virgilio
388. Glycogen metabolism is regulated by the circadian clock in Neurospora crassa.

Qijun Xiang
389. Genetic and Molecular Dissection of the Neurospora Circadian Oscillatory System.

Mian Zhou
390. Non-optimal codon usage determines the expression level, structure and function of the circadian clock protein FREQUENCY.

Nadia Chacko
391. Two putative long non-coding RNAs upstream of transcription factor Znf2 may regulate morphogenesis (or dimorphic transition) in Cryptococcus neoformans.

Guilhem Janbon
392. Introns in Cryptococcus neoformans.

Kwang-Woo Jung
393. Unravelling of sexual differentiation mediated by Ire1 via Hxl1-independent manners in Cryptococcus neoformans .

Jan Naseer Kaur
394. Functional analysis of PUF mediated post-transcriptional regulation in Cryptococcus neoformans.

Matthew E. Mead
395. Determining the direct targets of two master regulators of sexual development in Cryptococcus neoformans.

Amanda L. Misener Bloom
396. Post-transcriptional gene regulation contributes to host temperature adaptation and virulence in Cryptococcus neoformans.

J. T. Graham Solomons
397. Protein arginine methylation in post-transcriptional gene regulation and stress adaptation of Cryptococcus neoformans.

Surbhi Verma
398. UVE1 is a Photo-regulated Gene Required for the Protection of Mitochondrial DNA in Cryptococcus neoformans from UV Induced DNA Damage.

Surbhi Verma
399. Uve1 endonuclease protects Cryptococcus neoformans from UV damage through regulation by the White collar complex.

S. Madhavan
400. Multiple laccase genes in Schizophyllum commune.

Tsukasa Takahashi
401. Regulation of DNA repair genes expression by UV stress in Neurospora crassa.

Sultana N. Jahan
402. Diverse classes of small RNAs originating from genomic hotspots, tRNA and the mitochondrial genome in Phytophthora infestans.

Jessica Soyer
403. Epigenetic control of effector gene expression in the plant pathogen fungus Leptosphaeria maculans.

Daniela Dirschnabel
404. Discovering the link: The NOX-GSA network for sexual development and ascospore germination in Sordaria macrospora.

Sabine E. Albermann
405. The bZIP transcription factor Atf1 acts as a global regulator for secondary metabolite production in Fusarium fujikuroi.

Marta Castrillo Jimenez
406. Role of the Vivid ortholog of Fusarium fujikuroi VvdA in carotenoid biosynthesis and development.

J. Espino
407. Gene expression of secondary metabolism gene clusters by different Fusarium species during in planta infection.

Matias Pasquali
408. A cis-acting factor modulating the transcription of FUM1 in Fusarium verticillioides.

Phillipp Wiemann
409. Shedding light on secondary metabolite cluster gene expression, sporulation, UV-damage repair and carotenogenesis in the rice pathogen Fusarium fujikuroi.

N. Ponts
410. Fgap1-mediated response to oxidative stress in trichothecene-producing Fusarium graminearum.

Sung-Hwan Yun
411. Functional analyses of FgLaeA in Fusarium graminearum.

Salma Abdeljalil
412. Molecular cloning and differential expression of two novel Family 1 β-glucosidases genes from the rare fungus Stachybotrys microspora.

Amanda C. C. Antoniêto
413. The transcriptional factors XYR1 and CRE1 regulate the expression of Cellulolytic and Xylanolytic genes at carbon source dependent-manner in Hypocrea jecorina (Trichoderma reesei).

J.-H. Baek
414. Characterization of tannic acid-inducible and hypoviral-regulated CpsHsp1 expression level of the chestnut blight fungus Cryphonectria parasitica.

Stephanie R. Bollmann
415. Artificial miRNA constructs for Phytophthora sojae transformation.

Silvia Calo Varela
416. RNAi-dependent epimutations evolve antifungal drug resistance in the zygomycete fungal pathogen Mucor.

Tetsuya Chujo
417. Heterochromatic marks are involved in the repression of plant-regulated secondary metabolism in Epichloë festucae and for symbiotic interaction with the host perennial ryegrass.

Samuel T. Coradetti
418. Cellulose Degradation Regulator 2 Induces Expression of a Conserved Core of Genes for Plant Cell Wall Saccharification in Neurospora crassa and Aspergillus nidulans.

Fernanda B. Cupertino
419. The transcriptional repressor CRE-1 regulates glycogen metabolism in Neurospora crassa.

Juwen C. DuBois
420. Transcriptional Response to Hypoxia in the Dimorphic Fungus Histoplasma capsulatum .

F. Freitas
421. The Neurospora crassa SEB1 transcription factor binds to STRE motif and modulates stress responses through different pathways.

Eriston Gomes
422. Expression Analysis of Genes Associated with Trichoderma harzianum Mycoparasitism Process Against Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.

Michael Hynes
423. Regulation of glycolysis and gluconeogenesis by antisense transcription in Aspergillus nidulans?

E. Kunitake
424. ClbR and its paralog, ClbR2, regulate gene expression of cellulase genes in response to cellobiose in Aspergillus aculeatus.

Helena Nevalainen
425. Expression of a bacterial xylanase in Trichoderma reesei under the egl2 and cbh2 glycosyl hydrolase gene promoters.

F. E. Nicolas-Molina
426. A single argonaute gene participates in exogenous and endogenous RNAi and controls different cellular functions in the basal fungus Mucor circinelloides.

Ayumi Ohba
427. The transcription factor, AtrR, regulates the expression of ABC transporter genes and ergosterol biosynthesis genes in aspergilli.

Marja Paloheimo
428. Effects of intron deletions in production of a heterologous protease in Trichoderma reesei.

Laetitia Poidevin
429. Novel core promoter elements in the oomycete Phytophthora infestans and their influence on expression pattern detected by genome-wide analysis.

Antonio Rossi
430. New insights into the phosphate-sensing network in Neurospora crassa.

Monika Schmoll
431. Carbon source and light dependent regulation of gene clusters in Trichoderma reesei (Hypocrea jecorina).

M. Valkonen
432. Identification of regulators for enzyme production in Trichoderma reesei using genome-wide approaches.

J. M. Villalobos-Escobedo
433. The central core of the response to light and injury and their regulation by RNAi machinery in the filamentous fungus Trichoderma atriviride.

M. Moazeni
434. RNA-mediated Gene Silencing in Candida albicans: Reduction of Fungal Pathogenesis by Use of RNAi Technology.

N. Carreras-Villaseñor
435. RNAi machinery controls the asexual reproduction induced by light of the filamentous fungus Trichoderma atroviride.

Victoriano Garre
436. Genome-wide analysis of light responses in Mucor circinelloides.

H. Sano
437. Gene expression profiling of the basidiomycetous fungus Lentinula edodes after light stimulation.

Guanghui Wang
438. Further Characterization of Surface Recognition Mechanisms in Magnaporthe oryzae.

J.-M. Kim
439. Evidence of Microbial Epigenetics; Loss-of-function mutant of the Bck1 Homolog, CpBCK1, from the chestnut blight fungus Cryphonectria parasitica resulted in the sectoring accompanied with the changes in DNA methylation.

Andrew D. Klocko
440. NUP-6 (Importin α) is required for DNA methylation in Neurospora crassa.

Gregory M. Gauthier
441. Identification and characterization of a Blastomyces dermatitidis mutant with a bidirectional defect in the phase transition.

Firoz Shah
442. Transcriptional regulation of peptidases and nitrogen transporters during the assimilation of organic nitrogen by the ectomycorrhizal fungi Paxillus involutus.

Evelina Y. Basenko
443. Characterization of genome maintenance components in Neurospora crassa using whole-genome high-throughput approach.

Rodrigo Díaz-Choque
444. Circadian regulation and carbon catabolite repression in Neurospora crassa: Two integrated regulatory systems?

Shinji Honda
445. Opposing activities of the HCHC and DMM complexes maintain proper DNA methylation in Neurospora crassa.

Carmen Ruger-Herreros
446. The transcription factor FL is phosphorylated and interacts with a trehalose related protein in Neurospora crassa.

N. Ponts
447. Transcriptomic profiling of fumonisin B biosynthesis by Fusarium verticillioides.

Stefano F. F. Torriani
448. Differential transcriptome analysis of Zymoseptoria tritici infecting wheat reveals novel effectors.

Margaret E. Katz
449. Role of the xprG gene in autolysis, secondary metabolism and asexual development in Aspergillus nidulans .

M. Kawauchi
450. Fugal-specific sirtuin HstD coordinates the secondary metabolism and development via the LaeA.

D. Ravasio
451. Improved flavor production by manipulation of the Ehrlich pathway in ascomycetes.

Alexandra Soukup
452. Suppressor mutagenesis of a ΔlaeA mutant reveals novel regulators of secondary metabolism in Aspergillus nidulans.

R. Debuchy
453. A network of HMG-box transcription factors regulates sexual cycle in the fungus Podospora anserina.

Benjamin Doughan
454. Sclerotinia sclerotiorum MAT genes function in fertility and apothecial morphogenesis.

Patrik Inderbitzin
455. The Sclerotinia sclerotiorum mating type locus (MAT) contains a 3.6-kb region that is inverted in every generation.

Daisuke Hagiwara
456. Repression of the phosphor-transmitter gene ypdA resulting in growth defect in Aspergillus fumigatus.

Andrea Herrmann
457. Unravelling the GTPase polarity complex in Claviceps purpurea.

Ping Wang
458. Atypical Gβ and RACK homolog Gib2 is a signal transducing adaptor protein affecting growth and virulence of Cryptococcus neoformans.

Natasha T. Forester
459. Consequences of the loss of transcription factors SreA and HapX on siderophore biosynthesis and iron homeostasis in the perennial ryegrass endophyte, Epichloë festucae.

Iovanna Pandelova
460. Who is to blame: defining the host responses that lead to ToxA-induced susceptibility.

Benesh M. Somai
461. RNA silencing of pacC increases aflR transcript levels under alkaline pH conditions in Aspergillus flavus.

H. Judelson
462. High-throughput prediction and functional validation of promoter motifs regulating gene expression in spore and infection stages of Phytophthora infestans.

Tetsuo Kobayashi
463. Cooperative regulation of Aspergillus nidulans cellulase genes by transcription factors McmA and ManR/ClrB.

Alex Lichius
464. Transcription factor shuttling during cellulase induction in Trichoderma reesei.

Nalu TA Peres
465. Trichophyton rubrum ap-1 gene expression in response to environmental challenges.

Yi Xiong
466. Vib-1 is required for cellulose utilization in Neurospora crassa.

Matthew S. Sachs
467. The stringency of start codon selection in the filamentous fungus Neurospora crassa.

Sinem Beyhan
468. A temperature-dependent complex transcriptional network controls cell shape and virulence in Histoplasma capsulatum.

Xuanjin Cheng
469. Evolutionary analysis of Dicer proteins: a preliminary analysis to study of microRNAs in the mushroom, Coprinopsis cinerea.

Bastian Doernte
470. Effect of the trp1 gene on transformation frequencies in Coprinopsis cinerea.

Fabio Gsaller
471. The first promoter for conditional gene expression in Acremonium chrysogenum: iron starvation-inducible mir1P.

Liqiu Ma
472. Mutagenic effect of high-LET ion beam irradiation in Neurospora crassa.

Alejandro Miralles-Duran
473. The Mad complex binds to light-regulated promoters in Phycomyces blakesleeanus.

S, Rezaie
474. Down Regulation of sidB Gene by Use of RNA interference Technology in the Filamentous Fungi Aspergillus nidulans.

Yizhou Wang
475. SmallRNA mediated meiotic silencing of a transposable element in Neurospora crassa.

Pathogenic and Mutalistic Interactions

William C. Sharpee
476. Functional Characterization of Small, Cysteine-Rich Secreted Effectors from the Filamentous Fungus Magnaporthe oryzae.

Edouard Evangelisti
477. Penetration-specific effectors from Phytophthora parasitica favour plant infection.

Miriam Oses- Ruiz
478. Transcriptional regulatory circuits necessary for appressorium-mediated plant infection by Magnaporthe oryzae.

Dov B. Prusky
479. Differential activation of ammonium transporters during the accumulation of ammonia by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides and its effect on appressoria formation and pathogenicity.

K. Sasaki
480. Functional analysis of Nbs1 of Magnaporthe oryzae.

Ulrike Binder
481. Influence of hypoxia on antifungal susceptibility, sterole pattern and biomarker release of Aspergillus spp.

M. Brock
482. Sit and wait: Special features of Aspergillus terreus in macrophage interactions and virulence.

Shiv D. Kale
483. Identification and characterization of an RXLR-like effector family from medically relevant fungi.

M. Bertuzzi
484. A role for PalH-mediated signal transduction in A. fumigatus virulence and cell wall integrity: An exploitable target for combination therapy?

Robert A. Cramer
485. Aspergillus fumigatus trehalose-6-phosphate regulates innate immune responses and virulence through modulation of fungal cell wall composition.

Gregory J. Fischer
486. Fungal lipoxygenases: a novel instigator of asthma?

Bastian Jöhnk
487. F-box protein 15 (Fbx15) links virulence of Aspergillus fumigatus to protein degradation and stress response.

A. E. Johns
488. The sfp-type phosphopantetheinyl transferase, PPTA, is critical for the virulence of Aspergillus fumigatus.

Daniel Penselin
489. Characterization of effectors of the barley pathogen Rhynchosporium commune.

Sladana Bec
490. Molecular and genetic basis guiding the establishment of a mutualistic relationship between Epichloë festucae and perennial ryegrass.

Melania Figueroa
491. Puccinia graminis and Brachypodium distachyon: contrasting profiles of host-pathogen incompatibility.

Martha C. Giraldo
492. Magnaporthe oryzae has evolved two distinct mechanisms of effector secretion for biotrophic invasion of rice.

Artemio Mendoza
493. Trichoderma rhizosphere’s competency, endophytism and plant communication: A molecular approach.

Franziska Rabe
494. Ustilago bromivora - Brachypodium distachyon: a novel pathosystem.

Nathalie Poussereau
495. T-DNA mediated insertional mutagenesis: evidence of a new gene implied in the early phase of pathogenic development of Botrytis cinerea.

Ulrike Siegmund
496. The NADPH Oxidase Complexes in Botrytis cinerea.

Arne Weiberg
497. A putative function of small RNAs in the plant pathogen Botrytis cinerea.

Jessica C. Hargarten
498. The Role of Quorum-sensing Molecules in Interactions between Candida albicans and its Host.

Ruvini U. Pathirana
499. The Role of ISW2 for in vitro and in vivo Chlamydospore Production in Candida albicans.

Joanna Potrykus
500. Nutrient immunity and systemic readjustment of metal homeostasis modulate fungal iron availability during the development of renal infections.

Mallory Suhr
501. Identification of the gut fungi in humans with nonconventional diets.

Dawn Thompson
502. The mutational landscape of gradual acquisition of drug resistance in clinical isolates of Candida albicans.

Pankaj Mehrotra
503. Yeast-Hypha transition and immune recognition of Candida albicans influenced by defects in cell signal transduction pathways.

C. X. R. Valim
504. GPI PbPga1 of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis is a surface antigen that activates macrophages and mast cells through the NFκB signaling pathway.

Andrea Sánchez-Vallet
505. Cladosporium fulvum effector Ecp6 outcompetes host immune receptor for chitin binding through intrachain LysM dimerization.

Santiago Mideros
506. Genotypic and phenotypic characterization of Setosphaeria turcica reveals population diversity and a candidate virulence gene location.

Leona Campbell
507. The secretome is linked to virulence in the yeast pathogen Cryptococcus.

Virginia E. Havel
508. Post-Transcriptional Regulation of the ER Stress Response in Cryptococcus neoformans.

Xiaorong Lin
509. A morphogenesis regulator controls cryptococcal neurotropism.

Linqi Wang
510. Extracellular and intracellular signaling orchestrates morphotype-transition and virulence in human pathogen Cryptococcus neoformans.

Nikki D. Charlton
511. Evidence for alkaloid diversity and independent hybridization events of Elymus endophytes.

Stephan Poppe
512. The functional characterization of candidate genes involved in host specialization of Zymoseptoria grass pathogens.

Samina Sarwar
513. Diversity and Phylogeny of genus Suillus (Suillaceae, Boletales) from Pakistan (Asia).

Mohammad N. Sarowar
514. Saprolegnia species can switch hosts to cause infection: a new insight into host pathogen interaction.

Christopher Schadt
515. The Plant-Microbe Interfaces project: defining and understanding relationships between Populus and the rhizosphere microbiome.

Jordi C. Boshoven
516. Do the fungal homologs of Verticillium dahliae effector Ave1 act as virulence factors?

Joanna Bowen
517. The candidate effector repertoire of closely related Venturia pathogens of the Maloideae revealed by whole genome sequence and RNA sequencing analyses.

Kelly Drews
518. Thermodynamic characterization of RXLR and RXLR-like effectors binding to phosphatidylinositiol-phosphates.

Sebastien Duplessis
519. Investigating virulence effectors in the poplar-poplar rust pathosystem.

E. Gaulin
520. Functional analysis of Aphanomyces euteiches effectors, a legume root pathogen.

P. Guzman-Guzman
521. Participation of effector proteins from Trichoderma spp. in interaction with Arabidopsis thaliana.

Anja Kombrink
522. The role of LysM effectors in fungal fitness.

Christopher Lawrence
523. A New Paradigm for Fungal Allergen Entry, Transport, and Immunology: RxLR-PI3P-Mediated Endocytosis.

Zhaohui Liu
524. Functional analysis and localization of SnTox1, a necrotrophic effector produced by the wheat pathogen Stagonospora nodorum.

Lars Löbach
525. Host-targeting protein 3 (SpHtp3) from the oomycete Saprolegnia parasitica translocates specifically into fish cells in a pH and tyrosine O-sulfate-dependent manner.

Kim M. Plummer
526. Ave1-like orthologs in Venturia: another expanded effector family emerges.

Natalia Requena
527. Identification of targets of mycorrhizal effector proteins in planta.

Brett M. Tyler
528. Structural basis for interactions of the Phytophthora sojae RXLR effector Avh5 with phosphatidylinositol 3-phosphate and for host cell entry.

Christian A. Voigt
529. Dose-dependent induction of plant immunity by application of the Fusarium mycotoxin deoxynivalenol.

Q. Wang
530. How Oomycete Pathogens Exploit PI3P to Target Secreted RxLR Effectors into Host Cells.

Yuanchao Wang
531. Identification and functional assay of Phytophthora sojae avirulence effectors.

Stephan Wawra
532. Evaluating the translocation- and phospholipid binding abilities of the Phytophthora infestans AVR3a and Phytophthora sojae Avr1b RxLR-leaders.

Hua Z. Wise
533. Identifying essential effectors from the soybean pathogen Phytophthora sojae.

Dongliang Wu
534. The LysM effector, Ecp6, is a virulence factor in the interaction of the hemibiotroph, Setosphaeria turcica, but not the necrotroph, Cochliobolus heterostrophus, with their common host, maize.

Yen-Ping Hsueh
535. Nematode-trapping fungi eavesdrop on nematode pheromones.

Van Tuan Tran
536. Molecular diagnosis to discriminate pathogen and apathogen species of the hybrid Verticillium longisporum on the oilseed crop Brassica napus.

Kathryn Ford
537. Investigating the Pathogenicity of Armillaria.

Thomas Baldwin
538. Detoxification of nitric oxide by flavohemoglobin and the denitrification pathway in the maize pathogen Fusarium verticillioides.

Scott E. Gold
539. Family disintegration: One Fusarium verticillioides beta-lactamase gene at a time.

Scott E. Gold
540. A Fungal Metallo-Beta-Lactamase Necessary for Biotransformation of Maize Phytoprotectant Compounds.

D. Huskey
541. Nectria haematococca DNase: role in dynamics and localization of pea root infection.

K. T. Islam
542. FvSNF1, a protein kinase of Fusarium virguliforme that affects SDS development in Soybean.

Sebastian Pilsyk
543. Functional and molecular analysis of AstA sulfate transporter in pathogenic Fusarium sambucinum with respect to its virulence and ability to infect potato.

Davide Spadaro
544. The Fusarium oxysporum -bacterial consortium modulates the expression of pathogenicity genes in the causal agents of Fusarium wilt.

Jörg Bormann
545. The adenylate cyclase of the cereal pathogen Fusarium graminearum controls infection structure development, mycotoxin production and virulence to wheat.

Jörg Bormann
546. The ATF/CREB transcription factor Atf1 is essential for full virulence, deoxynivalenol production and stress tolerance in the plant pathogen Fusarium graminearum.

Jörg Bormann
547. The stress-activated protein kinase FgOS-2 is a key regulator in the life cycle of the cereal pathogen Fusarium graminearum.

Vong shian Simon Ip Cho
548. Innate Immunity in Fusarium graminearum.

Ana Lilia Martinez-Rocha
549. Balanced posttranslational activation of eukaryotic translation initiation factor 5A is required for pathogenesis in Fusarium graminearum.

M. Isabel G. Roncero
550. The Con7 transcription factor, essential for pathogenicity, regulates the expression of genes involved in glycolysis and virulence in Fusarium oxysporum.

Vasileios Bitas
551. Fusarium oxysporum produces volatile organic compounds that enhance the growth and stress resistance of Arabidopsis thaliana.

G. A. Bravo Ruiz
552. Lipolytic system of the tomato pathogen Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici.

C. Corral Ramos
553. Role of glycogen metabolism in the pathotypic behavior of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici on tomato plants.

El Ghalid Mennat
554. Identification of chemoattractant compounds from tomato root exudate that trigger chemotropism in Fusarium oxysporum.

Gesabel Y. Navarro Velasco
555. TOR-mediated control of virulence functions in the trans-kingdom pathogen Fusarium oxysporum.

Katja Schaefer
556. Components of the urease complex govern virulence of Fusarium oxysporum on plant and animal hosts.

Charlotte van der Does
557. Knock-out of the Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici homologs of the DNA-methylation genes DIM2 and HP1 does not affect effector gene expression.

Jian Zhang
558. Mechanistic investigation of Trichoderma cf. harzianum SQR-T037 mycoparasitism against Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense 4, (banana wilt disease).

Linda J. Johnson
559. Epichloënin A, a unique siderophore of Epichloae endophytes and its role in restricting fungal growth in planta.

Nils OS Högberg
560. Interaction between the saprotrophic fungus Serpula lacrymans and living pine roots.

V. A. Manning
561. You turn me on: Pyrenophora tritici-repentis genes differentially regulated early during infection of wheat.

Ake Olson
562. Characterisation of genes in Quantitative Trait Loci affecting virulence in the basidiomycete Heterobasidion annosum s.l.

Sebastian Pilsyk
563. Elevation of FPP synthase activity in Trichoderma atroviride results in higher biocontrol abilities.

Maciej Kaczmarek
564. The life history of Ramularia collo-cygni.

Kahandawa G. S. U. Ariyawansa
565. Mechanical stress sensing in Epichloë fungal symbionts during colonization of grasses.

Joe E. Spraker
566. Aspergillus flavus hypertrophy and hyphal entry by Ralstonia solanacearum is mediated by bacterial type three secretion system function.

Jun-ya Shoji
567. Vegetative hyphal fusion in epichloae endophytes.

R. Hirsch
568. Oxygen and the stomatal cue: Dissecting stomatal tropism in Cercospora zeae-maydis.

Christine R. Voisey
569. Host colonisation processes by symbiotic epichloid fungi are regulated through cAMP.

Nuria Escudero
570. Role of VCP1 and SCP1 proteases in the mutitrophic behaviour of the nematophagous fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia.

H. Corby Kistler
571. Cellular development integrating primary and induced secondary metabolism in the filamentous fungus Fusarium graminearum.

T. Arazoe
572. DNA double-strand breaks generated by yeast endonuclease I-Sce I induce ectopic homologous recombination and targeted gene replacement in Magnaporthe oryzae.

William L. Franck
573. Investigation of the Magnaporthe oryzae proteome and phosphoproteome during appressorium formation.

Guotian Li
574. Characterization of the binding site and downstream targets of the MST12 transcription factor in Magnaporthe oryzae.

Md Hashim Reza
575. CorA Magnesium transporters are key regulators of growth and pathogenicity in the rice blast fungus M. oryzae.

Y. Satoh
576. Magnaporthe oryzae AVR-Pia protein: induction of resistance reaction in Pia rice by the recombinant AVR-Pia and preparation of anti-AVR-Pia antibody.

T. Sone
577. Homologous recombination causes the spontaneous deletion of AVR-Pia in Magnaporthe oryzae.

Xiaoying Zhou
578. The interactome of pathogenicity factors in the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae.

Benjamin A. Horwitz
579. Interaction between phenolic and oxidant signaling in Cochliobolus heterostrophus.

Luis V. Lopez-Llorca
580. Mode of Action of Chitosan: Antifungal and Gene Modulator from Natural Origin.

Charissa de Bekker
581. Unraveling the metabolome: how zombie ant fungi heterogeneously control ant brains.

Catarina Henke
582. Gene expression of fungal aldehyde dehydrogenases in ectomycorrhiza.

Katrin Krause
583. Interaction of ectomycorrhizal fungi with environment.

Pawel Rosikiewicz
584. Genetic exchange in an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus; Rhisophagus irregularis.

Dominik Senftleben
585. A surface hydrophobin in ectomycvorrhiza interaction.

Benoit Calmes
586. Response of Alternaria brassicicola to the antifungal activity of isothiocyanates.

Gemma M. Cartwright
587. Redox regulation of an AP-1-like transcription factor, YapA, in the fungal symbiont Epichloë festucae.

Jonathan P. Anderson
588. Genomic approaches to understand pathogenesis in the basidiomycete pathogen of food and energy crops, Rhizoctonia solani.

Susanna A. Braus-Stromeyer
589. The Cpc1 (CpcA/Gcn4) regulator of the cross-pathway control of amino acid biosynthesis is required for plant infection of the vascular pathogen Verticillium longisporum.

Yangrae Cho
590. Fungal-Specific Transcription Factor AbPf2 Activates Pathogenicity in Alternaria brassicicola .

Bevin C. English
591. Investigating the mechanism of host-cell lysis by the intracellular fungal pathogen Histoplasma capsulatum.

Weiguo Fang
592. Host-to-pathogen gene transfer facilitated infection of insects by a pathogenic fungus.

Yasuyuki Kubo
593. Characterization of the CoPRF1 mutant of Colletotrichum orbiculare defective in evasion of host defense responses.

Marc J. Orbach
594. CPS1 mutants in Coccidioides are avirulent and act as an attenuated vaccine in the valley fever mouse model.

Peter S. Solomon
595. Elucidating the response of wheat to the exposure of Stagonospora nodorum effectors.

Guido Van den Ackerveken
596. Nep1-like proteins of the downy mildew Hyaloperonospora arabidopsidis trigger immunity, but not necrosis, in the Arabidopsis host.

Harshini C. Weerasinghe
597. Genes important for in vivo survival of the human pathogen Penicillium marneffei.

Liangsheng Xu
598. Oxalate-minus mutants of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum via T-DNA insertion accumulate fumarate in culture and retain pathogenicity on plants.

Rukaia M. Gashgari
599. Molecular characterization of fungi associated with superficial blemishes of potato tubers in Al-Qasim region, Saudi Arabia.

Olga Lastovetsky
600. Patterns of Distribution of Bacterial Endosymbionts in Lower Fungi.

S. Sharma Khatiwada
601. Phylogenetic and genomic analysis of a novel, nematophagous species of Brachyphoris.

K.-M. Andersson
602. The proteome of the traps of the nematode-trapping fungus Monacrosporium haptotylum .

Richard J. O'Connell
603. Sequencing the in planta transcriptomes of Colletotrichum species provides new insights into hemibiotrophy.

A. Henderson
604. Biological activities of natural products synthesized by the mammalian fungal pathogen, Histoplasma capsulatum.

Yun Wang
605. From antagonism to synergism: roles of natural phenazines in bacterial-fungal interactions between Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Aspergillus fumigatus.

Gregory Bonito
606. Genomic analysis of Mortierella elongata and its endosymbiotic bacterium.

Alice C. L. Churchill
607. Diversity and Content of Maize Leaf Endophytes are Correlated With Maize Genotype.

Richard D. Johnson
608. Characterisation of epichloae endophytes from the Triticeae and their potential use in modern cereals.

Mizue Naito
609. The Interaction of Mycoplasma-related Endobacteria with their Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Host.

Mostafa Rahnama
610. The Velvet gene is required for mutualism between Epichloë festucae and perennial ryegrass.

Tim Repas
611. An examination of phosphate solubilization and hormone production by two Penicillium species growing in the rhizoplane.

Barry Scott
612. The role of Epichloe festucae RacA interacting proteins, PakA, PakB and RhoGDI, on cell polarity in culture and synchronized growth in Lolium perenne.

B. H. Bluhm
613. A Host-Induced Gene Silencing Approach to Control Mycotoxin Contamination in Corn.

Pierre-Henri Clergeot
614. CDiT1, a novel type of proteinaceous toxin secreted by the necrotrophic pathogen of the roots of tomato Pyrenochaeta lycopersici.

W. Kim
615. Nonhost-specific phytotoxicity of the polyketide-derived toxin solanapyrone A produced by Ascochyta rabiei and Alternaria solani.

Kai Heimel
616. Crosstalk of the unfolded protein response and regulatory pathways controlling pathogenic development in Ustilago maydis.

Elza A. S. Lang
617. Transcriptional profiling of the APSES genes in Trichophyton rubrum during growth on human nail.

Rohan G. T. Lowe
618. Carbohydrate binding proteins of two Leptosphaeria pathogens of Brassica napus.

Anupama Ghosh
619. Domains for plant uptake of Ustilago maydis secreted effectors.

Scott Lambie
620. Lipid metabolism influences virulence in Ustilago maydis.

Marino Moretti
621. Functional characterization of the putative cell surface receptor for hydrophobicity, Msb2, in Ustilago maydis.

Andre Mueller
622. The U. maydis effector Pit2 inhibits maize cysteine proteases to suppress host defense.

Vikram Naik
623. The Ustilago maydis MAP Kinase signaling pathway: Identification of direct MAP kinase targets by phospho-peptide enrichment.

Amey Redkar
624. See1 : A novel organ specific effector in the Ustilago maydis - maize interaction.

Stefanie Reissmann
625. Investigation of unconventionally secreted proteins in Ustilago maydis.

Marie Tollot
626. Identification of a key regulator for the developmental switch leading to sporogenesis in Ustilago maydis.

Timothy L. Friesen
627. Genetic characterization of virulence in the Pyrenophora teres f. teres - barley pathosystem.

David L. Joly
628. Illumina-based genetic linkage map for wheat leaf rust.

M. Alejandra Mandel
629. The deletion of the Histoplasma capsulatum RYP1 homolog in Coccidioides posadasii is avirulent.

M. Turina
630. Cpkk2, a MEK from Cryphonectria parasitica is necessary for maintenance of CHV1 virus infection.

Mikaël S. Courbot
631. Deep RNAseq of wheat leaf infection by M. graminicola identifies phase-specific in planta expressed genes and varying transcriptional contributions of fungal chromosomes.

Angela H. Williams
632. A genomic analysis of the infection strategies employed by Phoma medicaginis a necrotrophic fungal pathogen of alfalfa and the model legume Medicago truncatula.

Katharyn J. Affeldt
633. Two G protein-coupled receptors, GprC and GprD, regulate density-dependent development in Aspergillus flavus.

Seongbeom Kim
634. Characterization of genes encoding putative secreted proteins during pathogenesis in Magnaporthe oryzae.

X. Liang
635. The biosynthesis of oxalate is entirely dependent on oxaloacetate acetylhydrolase in Sclerotinia sclerotiorum .

Elisabeth Maurer
636. In vivo efficacy of antifungal treatment of Aspergillus terreus infections and the influence on host immune response in Galleria mellonella.

Mathieu Paoletti
637. Recognition and response to non self in Podospora anserina: a model of the fungal immune system.

N. Temme
638. Increased late blight resistance in HIGS potato lines targeting a P. infestans gene.

Marcelo Vallim
639. Deletion of Cryptococcus neoformans URA4 gene is sufficient to impair growth at 37°C and attenuate virulence.

Population and Evolutionary Genetics

Céline M. O'Gorman
640. Fertility in Aspergillus fumigatus and the identification of an additional ‘supermater’ pair.

James Fountaine
641. Understanding the dynamic plant pathogen Ramularia collo-cygni at both the sequence and field level.

Kolea C. K. Zimmerman
642. Comparing germination dynamics of conidia and ascospores from natural isolates of Neurospora crassa.

Dee Carter
643. Cryptococcus gattii and the origins of outbreaks.

Sheng Sun
644. Evolution of the mating type locus in the species within and closely related to the pathogenic Cryptococcus species complex.

Marin Brewer
645. Evolutionary history and genetic diversity of Exobasidium sp., the cause of an emerging disease of blueberry.

Kathleen M. Burchhardt
646. Microsatellite markers reveal population structure and genetic diversity in the blueberry pathogen Monilinia vaccinii-corymbosi.

Caroline Moffat
647. Genetic diversity of Australian Pyrenophora tritici-repentis isolates using microsatellites.

Abbot O. Oghenekaro
648. Characterization of Rigidoporus lignosus, causal agent of white rot of rubber trees.

Robin A. Ohm
649. Fungal community composition analysis by Internal Transcribed Spacer (ITS) sequencing using Illumina MiSeq.

Marta Piotrowska
650. Estimation of genetic diversity of Ramularia collo-cygni populations using nuclear SSR markers to infer its potential to adapt to environmental changes.

J. E. Takach
651. Alkaloid genotype profiling of tall fescue endophytes to determine influence of ancestral progenitors.

E. Fournier
652. Evolution of the pan-secretome among lineages of Magnaporthe oryzae attacking different host-plants.

Barbara J. Howlett
653. Exploiting the high evolutionary potential of Leptosphaeria maculans minimises severity of blackleg disease of canola.

Duur K. Aanen
654. Experimental demonstration of Crozier's paradox in fungi.

Duur K. Aanen
655. A completely unknown lifecycle in mushrooms: cyclical inbreeding and haplo-diploidy.

Fred O. Asiegbu
656. Diversity and evolution of ABC proteins in basidiomycetes.

Patrick C. Brunner
657. Co-evolution and life cycle specialization of plant cell wall degrading enzymes in a hemibiotrophic pathogen.

D. Croll
658. Recombination landscape of the plant pathogenic fungus Zymoseptoria tritici (syn. Mycosphaerella graminicola).

Toni M. Delorey
659. The evolution of Sfp1 mediated, cell size control in Ascomycete fungi.

Pierre Gladieux
660. Cryptic population subdivision, sympatric coexistence and the genetic basis of local adaptation in Neurospora discreta.

N. J. Grunwald
661. Did the Irish famine pathogen Phytophthora infestans originate in Central or South America?

J.-G. Han
662. Evolutionary genomics of NRPS gene clusters in Beauveria and its allies.

Christopher Hann-Soden
663. Neurospora presents a model for the evolution of mating systems.

Ronny Kellner
664. Profiling conditionally dispensable chromosomes of the plant-pathogenic fungus Zymoseptoria tritici (syn. Mycosphaerella graminicola).

C. Lemaire
665. Take a walk on the wild side: evolutionary consequences of resistance to apple scab introgressed from a wild host.

J. F. Mao
666. Genomic footprint of adaptive divergence in Ophiostoma montium, a fungal symbiont associated with the mountain pine beetle.

Georgiana May
667. Ecological context in symbioses: when is your enemy also your friend?

Rodrigo A. Olarte
668. Population shifts and mating-type heterokaryosis in Aspergillus flavus.

R. H. Proctor
669. Structural variation of trichothecene mycotoxins has resulted from multiple evolutionary processes in the fungal order Hypocreales.

R. H. Proctor
670. Evidence for birth-and-death evolution and horizontal transfer of the fumonisin mycotoxin biosynthetic gene cluster in Fusarium.

Matias Pasquali
671. Chemotype predominance in Fusarium graminearum is not directly affected by the use of the fungicides trifloxystrobin and isopyrazam.

BV. Chellappan
672. Evolution of races within f.sp lycopersici of Fusarium oxysporum.

Maryam Nadimi
673. Detection of Mitochondrial DNA Heteroplasmy in the progeny of crossed genetically divergent isolates of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi.

Ning Zhang
674. Evolution of mode of infection in the rice blast fungus and allied species.

C. Angelard
675. Rapid genetic change and plasticity in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi is caused by a host shift and enhanced by segregation.

Padraic Corcoran
676. Population genomic analysis reveals a complex evolutionary history of Neurospora tetrasperma.

Hanna Johannesson
677. Rapid evolution of female-biased genes: a novel example from the eukaryotic model organism Neurospora crassa.

Matthias Hess
678. Fungal Community Dynamics During Biomass Degradation in the Cow Rumen Determined by ITS Sequencing.

Mana Ohkura
679. A Systematic and Genomic Description of Undulatus ophiodiicola, Formerly Referred to as Chrysosporium ophiodiicola, an Emerging Fungal Pathogen of Snakes.

Renuka Nilmini Attanayake
680. Pair-wise linkage disequilibrium decay among linked loci suggests meiotic recombination in natural populations of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.

Sara Branco
681. Population genomics of Suillus brevipes.

M. Gajdeczka
682. Ugly, understudied and undertreated: population genomics of the most common human fungal pathogen - the dermatophyte Trichophyton rubrum.

Zhian N. Kamvar
683. Poppr: an R package for genetic analysis of populations with mixed reproduction.

Melvin D. Bolton
684. The heterothallic fungus Cercospora beticola contains fragments of both mating type genes.

Ryoko Oono
685. Population structure from mountain to coast of two Lophodermium endophytes; a case study comparing rare and common fungal species in pine needles.

M.-S. Benitez
686. Fungal pathogen and endophyte genetics within the context of forest community dynamics.

Heather L. Darbyshir
687. Discovery of Sexual Reproduction in the Black Aspergilli.

Andrea Gargas
688. Culture-based survey of soil fungi from bat hibernacula.

Other Topics

Michael J. Bromley
689. Understanding the cellular basis of Azole resistance in Aspergillus fumigatus.

D. A. Macdonald
690. Chemically Induced Haploinsufficiency Screens to Identify Drug Mechanism of Action in Aspergillus Fumigatus.

Caroline M. Fernandes
691. Antifungal Pisum sativum defensin 1 Induces a non-Apoptotic Death in Aspergillus nidulans.

Frank Kempken
692. Is fungal secondary metabolism regulated by competing insects?

V. Sophianopoulou
693. Eisosome distribution and localization in the meiotic progeny of Aspergillus nidulans.

Isabelle Benoit
694. Fungal-bacterial interactions: Bacillus subtilis forms biofilm on Aspergillus niger hyphae.

Isabelle Benoit
695. Co-cultivations of fungi: microscopic analysis and influence on protein production.

Ourdia Bouzid
696. Improving heterologous protein production in Aspergillus vadensis .

Xiaoxue Tong
697. Production and characterization of esterases from Chaetomium thermophilum and their applicability in biomass conversion.

Aijaz Ahmad
698. Antioxidant adaptation by Eugenol and its derivatives and their affect on the expression of virulence in candida species.

F. Nogueira
699. Elevation of chitin is linked with multiparallel mechanisms in response to C. albicans cell wall stress.

Rachana Gyawali
700. Prezygotic and postzygotic control of uniparental mitochondrial DNA inheritance in Cryptococcus neoformans.

Xuying Wang
701. SIS, a sex genome defense mechanism operating in Cryptococcus neoformans.

E. Terhonen
702. Effects of the use of biocontrol agent (Phlebiopsis gigantea) on fungal communities of Picea abies stumps.

Nabaraj Banjara
703. Diversity of yeast and mold species in different cheeses.

Morten N. Grell
704. Heterologous expression and characterization of soil organic matter-specific proteases secreted by the ectomycorrhizal fungus Paxillus involutus.

Markus Künzler
705. Effector proteins in fungal defense against fungivorous nematodes: Targets and functional significance.

Martina A. Stöckli
706. Microfluidic platforms for monitoring interactions between fungi and bacteria.

Yasuhito Okuda
707. An MSH4 homolog, stpp1, from Pleurotus pulmonarius is a useful target for sporeless breeding in cultivated mushrooms.

N. Ponts
708. The French Fusarium Collection: a living resource for mycotoxin research.

G. Subramaniam
709. Chemical genetics: Discovery of novel fungicides and their targets in the phytopathogen Fusarium graminearum.

J. W. Cary
710. Functional characterization of an Aspergillus flavus polyketide synthase gene necessary for the synthesis of a sclerotium-specific pigment.

Yitzhak Hadar
711. Functional Analysis of the Pleurotus ostreatus Manganese-Peroxidase Gene Family.

Bo Pilgaard
712. Temperature- and pH characteristics of endo-cellulases in Rhizophlyctis rosea.

K. Schipper
713. Applying unconventional secretion of the endochitinase Cts1 to export heterologous proteins in Ustilago maydis .

D. Canovas
714. A new method for fungal genetics: flow cytometry of microencapsulated filamentous microcolonies.

Junhyun Jeon
715. DNA methylation dynamics during development in the rice blast fungus.

Jaejin Park
716. pH-enotype array: a novel phenomics platform for filamentous fungi.

David E. A. Catcheside
717. GFP analysis of meiotic recombination in Neurospora Δmsh-2 homozygotes.

David E. A. Catcheside
718. Residual recombination in Neurospora crassa spo11 mutant homozygotes occurs during meiosis.

Katrin Quester
719. Controlled synthesis of gold nanoparticles by Neurospora crassa extract and their SERS properties.

M. Reilly
720. Cellulase production in Neurospora crassa.

Jiuhai Zhao
721. Identification and Functional analysis of New Neurospora crassa Nonself Recognition Loci.

Alistair J. P. Brown
722. Combinatorial cationic and oxidative stresses promote the killing of Candida albicans cells by human neutrophils.

J. Crestani
723. Phosphoproteomic analysis of the aquatic fungus Blastocladiella emersonii during germination.

Kar-Chun Tan
724. Towards an accurate genome: high-throughput proteogenomic validation of Stagonospora nodorum genes via sub-cellular proteomics.

Daniela Boettger
725. Evolutionary Imprint of Fungal PKS-NRPS Catalytic Domains.

Jonathan M. Palmer
726. Secondary metabolism and development is mediated by LlmF control of VeA subcellular localization in Aspergillus nidulans.

D.-H. Kim
727. Overproduction of phleichrome by synthetic inducers and cloning of polyketide synthase genes in phytopathogenic fungus Cladosporium phlei.

Susan GW Kaminskyj
728. Symbiotic fungal endophytes that confer tolerance for plant growth in saline soil.

Matthias Gube
729. Stable cesium and radiocesium response of Schizophyllum commune.

B. J. Saville
730. The completion of meiosis in Ustilago maydis requires an Ndt80 ortholog.

Michael Csukai
731. Impact of changes in the target P450 CYP51 enzyme associated with altered triazole-sensitivity in the Wheat pathogen Mycosphaerella graminicola.

Julien S. Gradnigo
732. Molecular Evolutionary Analysis and Synteny of Fungal GAL Genes.

Pierre Grognet
733. Meiotic Drive: A Single Gene Conferring Killing and Resistance in Fungal Spore Killer.

Alexey A. Grum-Grzhimaylo
734. Alkaliphilic fungi from soda lakes and soda soils.

Y. Huang
735. A new method for gene mining and enzyme discovery.

J.-M. Kim
736. Occurrence of dsRNA mycovirus (LeV-FMRI 2427) in edible mushroom Lentinula edodes and its meiotic stability.

Nicolas Lapalu
737. Analysis of fungal communities associated with grapevine wood diseases, based on fungal ITS pyrosequencing.

Xiaorong Lin
738. The Antidepressant Sertraline Provides a Promising Therapeutic Option for Neurotropic Cryptococcal Infections.

Valdirene Monteiro
739. Analysis of gene expression of proteases of Trichoderma spp during confrontation with plant pathogens in vivo.

Valdirene Monteiro
740. Analysis of differential protein profile during antagonism of Trichoderma harzianum and Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.

D. F. Plaza
741. Effector proteins in fungal defense against fungivorous nematodes: Diversity and regulation of expression.

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