Information of the genetic location of pyrG and its growth response under various conditions has become important with the recent cloning of pyrG (Oakley et al. 1987. Gene 61:385-399) and with the use of pyrG strains as recipients for transformation when pyr-4 cloning vectors are used for A. nidulans libraries (e.g. May et al. 1985 J. Cell Biol. 101:712-719 ; Osmani et al. 1987 J. Cell Biol. 104:1495-1504).
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"pyrG of Aspergillus nidulans, meiotic mapping, marker interactions and growth response,"
Fungal Genetics Reports:
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