gene designations in Neurospora-changes?

Dan Ebbole dje0282 at VMS2.TAMU.EDU
Mon Apr 10 15:03:31 EST 1995

I am inclined to suggest to the Neurospora policy committee that we
consider changing gene designations to match current usage for S.
cerevisiae.  There are many reasons for this, most of them are obvious. 
Currently a gene such as cpc-1 is written (in italics) cpc-1, the mutant is
(in italics) cpc-1-, the protein is CPC1.  In S. cerevisiae usage this
would be the gene (in italics) CPC1, a mutant, (in italics) cpc1 and the
protein Cpc1p.  

Dr. Daniel Ebbole
dje0282 at
Dept. of Plant Pathology and Microbiology
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-2132

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