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Abstract

In previous experiments, the gene encoding glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) was identified. To investigate expression of the gene, S1 nuclease mapping and Northern blot hybridization were performed using RNA prepared from cultivated under various conditions. These studies suggested monocistronic organization and developmental regulation of the gene. A single promoter, -P, was identified upstream of the coding region. In cultures grown on solid medium in the absence of glucose, its transcription was induced at the time of aerial mycelium formation. In addition, transcription was also induced in substrate mycelium by glucose. A promoter-bearing DNA fragment was inserted into two promoter-probe vectors, to give expression patterns consistent with the results of direct RNA analysis.

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