Dfi1p Binding to Calmodulin Promotes Filamentation and Cek1p Activation in Candida albicans.

Davis, Talya.


  • Abstract: Candida albicans, a dimorphic fungus and human opportunistic pathogen, undergoes hyphal development in response to many different environmental cues, including growth in contact with a semi-solid matrix. C. albicans forms hyphae that invade agar when cells are embedded in or grown on the surface of agar, and the integral membrane protein Dfi1p is required for this activity. Dfi1p is ... read more
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