Applied Molecular Genetics of Fungi
Cambridge University Press, Oct 31, 1991 - Medical - 187 pages
This book highlights the rapid development of gene transfer and cloning techniques in fungi and the ways that these techniques are being exploited in species of economic importance either in biotechnology or as plant pathogens.
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Genetransfer systems and vector development for
Strategies for cloning genes from filamentous fungi
Novel methods of DNA transfer
a host for the production of
5The molecular biology of Trichoderma reesei and its application to
Expression of heterologous genes in filamentous fungi
Methylotrophic yeasts as gene expression systems
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