Cell elongation and branching are regulated by differential phosphorylation states of the nuclear Dbf2-related kinase COT1 in Neurospora crassa

Carmit Ziv*, Galia Kra-Oz, Rena Gorovits, Sabine März, Stephan Seiler, Oded Yarden

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