Die Rolle von Ras1 bei der Regulation des polaren Wachstums in Ustilago maydis

Kleine GTPasen der Ras-Familie sind molekulare Schalter, die an der Regulation einer Vielzahl von zellulären Prozessen beteiligt sind. In der hier vorliegenden Arbeit wurde die Rolle von Ras1 in dem phytopathogenen Pilz Ustilago maydis genauer untersucht. Im Vordergrund der Untersuchung standen die...

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