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Protected: Using PRATT and Hmmer to Model Multiple Sequence Alignments

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Protected: PROSITE Patterns Tutorial

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Protected: Gene Identification

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Protected: Multiple Sequence Alignment Tutorial

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Protected: Entrez Search Practice Problem

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Protected: DNA Sequence Assembly with CAP3

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FPC-DB: The Fungal Protein Cluster Database

Yi, G., Jung, J., Sukno, S.A ., Thon, M.R. 2008.  9th European Conference on Fungal Genetics (ECFG). Pp 66. Edinburgh. Scotland.  April 2008. 

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Infection of maize roots by C. graminicola

Several Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) tagged strains of C. graminicola were prepared in my laboratory and used to study the plant root colonization process. We have shown that the leaf pathogen C. graminicola is also able to infect and colonize corn roots but the … Continue reading

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Maize Anthracnose

Phytopathogenic fungi of the genus Colletotrichum cause major damage to crops in tropical, subtropical and temperate regions world wide. Members of this genus cause economically significant diseases of cereals and grasses, legumes, vegetables and perennials crops including fruit trees. Colletotrichum … Continue reading

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Functional Annotation of Proteins

The genomes of more than 30 fungi have been sequenced, however our knowledge of the gene content and function of these fungi is limited. Biologists are most confident in gene annotations that have been reviewed by teams of scientist but … Continue reading

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