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The moonlighting protein Tsa1p is implicated in oxidative stress response and in cell wall biogenesis in Candida albicans.
Urban C, Xiong X, Sohn K, Schröppel K, Brunner H, Rupp S
Molecular Microbiology (2005)
Category: moonlighting proteins, oxidative stress, yeast cell wall, yeast pathogens ¤ Added: Jul 19th, 2006 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
The G protein-coupled receptor Gpr1 and the Galpha protein Gpa2 act through the cAMP-protein kinase A pathway to induce morphogenesis in Candida albicans.
Maidan MM, De Rop L, Serneels J, Exler S, Rupp S, Tournu H, Thevelein JM, Van Dijck P
Molecular Biology of the Cell (2005)
Category: cell signaling, morphogenesis, yeast pathogens ¤ Added: Jul 19th, 2006 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
Getting in touch with Candida albicans: the cell wall of a fungal pathogen.
Sohn K, Schwenk J, Urban C, Lechner J, Schweikert M, Rupp S
Current Drug Targets (2006)
Category: yeast cell wall, yeast pathogens ¤ Added: Jul 19th, 2006 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
Proteomics on its way to study host-pathogen interaction in Candida albicans.
Rupp S
Current Opinion in Microbiology (2004)
Category: gene expression, proteomics, yeast pathogens ¤ Added: Jul 19th, 2006 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
RBR1, a novel pH-regulated cell wall gene of Candida albicans, is repressed by RIM101 and activated by NRG1.
Lotz H, Sohn K, Brunner H, Muhlschlegel FA, Rupp S
Eukaryotic Cell (2004)
Category: yeast cell wall, yeast pathogens ¤ Added: Jul 18th, 2006 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
The TEA/ATTS transcription factor CaTec1p regulates hyphal development and virulence in Candida albicans.
Schweizer A, Rupp S, Taylor BN, Röllinghoff M, Schröppel K
Molecular Microbiology (2000)
Category: dimorphism ¤ Added: Jan 16th, 2004 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
Gpa2p, a G-protein alpha-subunit, regulates growth and pseudohyphal development in Saccharomyces cerevisiae via a cAMP-dependent mechanism.
Kubler E, Mosch HU, Rupp S, Lisanti MP
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1997)
Category: dimorphism ¤ Added: Oct 10th, 2003 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
MAP kinase and cAMP filamentation signaling pathways converge on the unusually large promoter of the yeast FLO11 gene.
Rupp S, Summers E, Lo HJ, Madhani H, Fink G
EMBO Journal (1999)
Category: dimorphism ¤ Added: Jul 25th, 2003 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
A screen in Saccharomyces cerevisiae identified CaMCM1, an essential gene in Candida albicans crucial for morphogenesis.
Rottmann M, Dieter S, Brunner H, Rupp S
Molecular Microbiology (2003)
Category: morphogenesis ¤ Added: Feb 20th, 2003 ¤ Rating: ◊◊