Zellbiologische und biochemische Charakterisierung des Ustilago maydis Virulenzfaktors Mcs1(Myosin-Chitinsynthase 1)

Infektionen von Wirtspflanzen durch pathogene Pilze erfordert polares Spitzenwachstum, ein Prozess, der die kontinuierliche polare Anlieferung von Zellwandkomponenten und Enzymen, wie Chitinsynthasen (CHS), entlang des Cytoskeletts benötigt. Klasse V CHS sind als Virulenzfaktoren für die pathogene E...

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Main Author: Treitschke, Steffi
Contributors: Steinberg, Gero (Prof. Dr.) (Thesis advisor)
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