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Abstract

Summary: In the presence of calcofluor white, budding scars and dividing cross-walls of exhibited fluorescence, indicating that the brightener was a specific marker of fungal chitin. In addition, incubation of cells in the presence of the brightener did not stop protein and wall-polymer formation, but abnormal deposition of chitin occurred. Chitin synthesis was normal in regenerating protoplasts of in the presence of calcofluor, but formation of the crystalline lattice was blocked. These results suggest that crystallization of nascent subunits may occur by a self-assembly mechanism that was blocked by the stain.

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1983-05-01
2019-10-20
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