Changes in isozyme patterns between monokaryons and dikaryons of a bipolar Coprinus.
- Published Article
Journal of bacteriology
- Publication Date
Jun 01, 1973
Proteins and isozymes of several different classes of enzymes in partially purified protein extracts of monokaryons, dikaryons, and monokaryon mixtures of a bipolar Coprinus sp. were separated on polyacrylamide gels by slab electrophoresis. Differences in protein and isozyme spectra were correlated with the operation of the incompatibility factors and with the results of Wang and Raper on Schizophyllum. It was concluded that the shift from monokaryon to dikaryon mediated a major change in the nature, quantity, or distribution of the proteins of this Coprinus sp.
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