The plant defensin RsAFP2 induces cell wall stress, septin mislocalization and accumulation of ceramides in Candida albicans.
Thevissen, Karin; de Mello Tavares, Patricia; Xu, Deming; Blankenship, Jill; Vandenbosch, Davy; Idkowiak-Baldys, Jolanta; Govaert, Gilmer; Bink, Anna; Rozental, Sonia; de Groot, Piet W J; Davis, Talya R; Kumamoto, Carol A; Vargas, Gabriele; Nimrichter, Leonardo; Coenye, Tom; Mitchell, Aaron; Roemer, Terry; Hannun, Yusuf A; Cammue, Bruno P A.
; 84(1): 166-80, 2012 Apr.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-22384976
Negative control of Candida albicans filamentation-associated gene expression by essential protein kinase gene KIN28.
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A radish seed antifungal peptide with a high amyloid fibril-forming propensity.
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Cdc42 GTPase dynamics control directional growth responses.
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