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Default Molecular comparison of the negative-acting nitrogen control gene, nmr, in Neurospora

Molecular comparison of the negative-acting nitrogen control gene, nmr, in Neurospora crassa and other Neurospora and fungal species.

Related Articles Molecular comparison of the negative-acting nitrogen control gene, nmr, in Neurospora crassa and other Neurospora and fungal species.

Biochem Genet. 1991 Oct;29(9-10):447-59

Authors: Young JL, Marzluf GA

In Neurospora crassa, the expression of unlinked structural genes which encode nitrogen catabolic enzymes is subject to genetic and metabolic regulation. The negative-acting nmr regulatory gene appears to play a role in nitrogen catabolite repression. Using the N. crassa nmr gene as a probe, homologous sequences were identified in a variety of other filamentous fungi. The polymerase chain reaction was used to isolate the nmr-like gene from the exotic Mauriceville strain of N. crassa and from the two related species, N. intermedia and N. sitophila. Sequence comparisons were carried out with a 1.7-kb DNA segment which includes the entire coding region of nmr plus 5' and 3' noncoding sequences. The size of the nmr coding region was identical in all three Neurospora species. Approximately 30 nucleotide base substitutions were found in the coding region of the nmr gene of each of the sister species when compared to the standard N. crassa sequence. However, most of the base changes occurred in third codon positions and were silent. The NMR proteins of N. sitophila and of N. intermedia display only three and four amino acid substitutions, respectively, from the N. crassa protein. Two regions of high variability, which include deletions and insertions of bases, were found in the 5' and 3' noncoding regions of the gene.

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