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Fig. 5 | Fungal Biology and Biotechnology

Fig. 5

From: Translocated duplication of a targeted chromosomal segment enhances gene expression at the duplicated site and results in phenotypic changes in Aspergillus oryzae

Fig. 5

Phenotypes of translocated duplication strains. a Enzyme activity in strains bearing chromosomal duplication under solid-state culture conditions. Total protease, alpha-amylase, and acid carboxypeptidase activity in solid-state cultures; RIB40 (control), J4 (the strain bearing translocated duplication of chromosome 2), I-8 (the strain bearing translocated triplication of chromosome 2), APRT (prtT overexpression strain), 1546K-APRT (the strain bearing translocated duplication of chromosome 2 with prtT overexpression), TLTA-APRT (the strain bearing translocated triplication of chromosome 2 with prtT overexpression), Ao-700k-dup (the strain bearing tandem duplication of a 700-kb region of chromosome 2), BP-B3 (the strain bearing tandem duplication of a 9-kb region of chromosome 2). b Growth phenotypes of strains bearing chromosomal duplication cultured on CZ plates. The strains were inoculated onto 1.2 M sorbitol CZ plates and incubated at 30 °C for 7 days

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