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The mutant gene product of a Tetrahymena cell-division-arrest mutant cdaA is localized in the accessory structure of specialized basal body close to the division furrow


, : The mutant gene product of a Tetrahymena cell-division-arrest mutant cdaA is localized in the accessory structure of specialized basal body close to the division furrow. Zoological Science 12(1): 133-135

A division arrest mutant, cdaA, of Tetrahymena thermophila is known to have a temperature sensitive-defect in the determination of the division plane, and its gene product had been shown to be a protein designated as p85 (Mr = 85,000; pI = 4.7). Here the localization of p85 was shown to be the accessary structure of specialized basal body close to the division furrow by immunoelectron microscopy using anti-p85 antiserum.

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PMID: 7795488

DOI: 10.2108/zsj.12.133


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