Identifying the gluc-1 and gluc-2 mutations in Neurospora crassa by genome resequencing
KEVIN McCLUSKEY SCOTT E. BAKER
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Genome resequencing is an efficient strategy for associating mutant phenotypes with physical genomic loci (Baker 2009). A pilot study of this approach demonstrated that the Neurospora crassa genetic map was critical in narrowing the possible candidate mutations in a strain to a small number in a limited, defined region of the genome (McCluskey et al. 2011). In this study, we utilize aresequencing strategy to identify the mutations underlying the gluc-1 and gluc-2 genes in N. crassa.
KEVIN McCLUSKEY1 SCOTT E. BAKER2
Volume 102, 2023
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