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Sequence finishing and gene mapping for Candida albicans chromosome 7 and syntenic analysis against the Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome.

Chibana H, Oka N, Nakayama H, Aoyama T, Magee BB, Magee PT, Mikami Y.

Genetics. 2005 Aug;170(4):1525-37. Epub 2005 Jun 3.

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Assembly of the Candida albicans genome into sixteen supercontigs aligned on the eight chromosomes.

van het Hoog M, Rast TJ, Martchenko M, Grindle S, Dignard D, Hogues H, Cuomo C, Berriman M, Scherer S, Magee BB, Whiteway M, Chibana H, Nantel A, Magee PT.

Genome Biol. 2007;8(4):R52.

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Regions of microsynteny in Magnaporthe grisea and Neurospora crassa.

Hamer L, Pan H, Adachi K, Orbach MJ, Page A, Ramamurthy L, Woessner JP.

Fungal Genet Biol. 2001 Jul;33(2):137-43.

PMID:
11456466
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A physical map of chromosome 7 of Candida albicans.

Chibana H, Magee BB, Grindle S, Ran Y, Scherer S, Magee PT.

Genetics. 1998 Aug;149(4):1739-52.

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Cloning and nucleotide sequence analysis of the Candida albicans enolase gene.

Franklyn KM, Warmington JR.

FEMS Microbiol Lett. 1993 Jul 15;111(1):101-7.

PMID:
8359671
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Fine-resolution physical mapping of genomic diversity in Candida albicans.

Chibana H, Beckerman JL, Magee PT.

Genome Res. 2000 Dec;10(12):1865-77.

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Isolation of a putative prolyl-tRNA synthetase (CaPRS) gene from Candida albicans.

Sentandreu M, Elorza MV, Sentandreu R.

Yeast. 1997 Nov;13(14):1375-81.

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Multiple LTR-retrotransposon families in the asexual yeast Candida albicans.

Goodwin TJ, Poulter RT.

Genome Res. 2000 Feb;10(2):174-91.

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Characterization of the CaENG1 gene encoding an endo-1,3-beta-glucanase involved in cell separation in Candida albicans.

Esteban PF, Ríos I, García R, Dueñas E, Plá J, Sánchez M, de Aldana CR, Del Rey F.

Curr Microbiol. 2005 Dec;51(6):385-92. Epub 2005 Nov 16.

PMID:
16328626
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A Ste6p/P-glycoprotein homologue from the asexual yeast Candida albicans transports the a-factor mating pheromone in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Raymond M, Dignard D, Alarco AM, Mainville N, Magee BB, Thomas DY.

Mol Microbiol. 1998 Feb;27(3):587-98.

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Characterization and regulation of the genes encoding ribosomal proteins L39 and S7 of the human pathogen Candida albicans.

Delbrück S, Sonneborn A, Gerads M, Grablowitz AH, Ernst JF.

Yeast. 1997 Oct;13(13):1199-210.

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A reorganized Candida albicans DNA sequence promoting homologous non-integrative genetic transformation.

Herreros E, García-Sáez MI, Nombela C, Sánchez M.

Mol Microbiol. 1992 Dec;6(23):3567-74.

PMID:
1474898
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A DNA-binding protein from Candida albicans that binds to the RPG box of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and the telomeric repeat sequence of C. albicans.

Ishii N, Yamamoto M, Lahm HW, Iizumi S, Yoshihara F, Nakayama H, Arisawa M, Aoki Y.

Microbiology. 1997 Feb;143 ( Pt 2):417-27.

PMID:
9043119
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Rapid evolution of Cse4p-rich centromeric DNA sequences in closely related pathogenic yeasts, Candida albicans and Candida dubliniensis.

Padmanabhan S, Thakur J, Siddharthan R, Sanyal K.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008 Dec 16;105(50):19797-802. doi: 10.1073/pnas.0809770105. Epub 2008 Dec 5.

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Identification of the gene encoding DNA topoisomerase I from Candida albicans.

Taylor A, Giles K, Sarthy AV, McGonigal T, Fostel J.

FEMS Microbiol Lett. 1996 May 1;138(2-3):113-21.

PMID:
9026437

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