Neurospora met-9 and met-7

Matthew Sachs msachs at ADMIN.OGI.EDU
Fri May 6 13:52:34 EST 1994

>A student in Sheffield is working with a mutant which seems to map
>at met-7, or very close by.  This is cystathionine synthetase.
>Nearby on the map is met-9, but we cannot find a reference to this 
>in recent literature.  Does anyone know anything about met-9? Any 
>reference to this gratefully received.
>Geoff Turner

Dear Geoff,

Presumably you saw the paper on met-7 cloning:

        Crawford et al (1992)  Gene 111:265-266

Re, met-9, gleaned from Perkins (1982). Microbiol. Rev.  46:426-570

        G.R. Dubes (1953).  Ph.D. Thesis, CalTech      
        Kerr and Flavin (1970).  J. Biol. Chem.  245:1842-1845
        Murray (1960). Heredity 15:199-206
        Murray (1970).  Genetics Res. 15:109-121


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