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Differential binding of methyl benzimidazol 2 yl carbamate to fungal tubulin as a mechanism of resistance to this antimiotic agent in mutant strains of Aspergillus nidulans

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Author: Davidse, L.C. · Flach, W.
Type:article
Date:1977
Institution: Centrum voor Plantenfysiologisch Onderzoek Nationale Raad voor Landbouwkundig Onderzoek TNO
Source:Journal of Cell Biology, 1, 72, 174-193
Identifier: 280763
Keywords: benomyl · carbon 14 · colchicine · fuberidazole · mebendazole · nocodazole · r 17 934 · radioisotope · tiabendazole · aspergillus nidulans · colchicine h 3 · drug binding · drug protein binding · drug resistance · microorganism · mutant · theoretical study · Aspergillus nidulans · Benzimidazoles · Binding, Competitive · Carbamates · Colchicine · Drug Resistance · Glycoproteins · Griseofulvin · Hydrogen-Ion Concentration · Melatonin · Mutation · Podophyllotoxin · Receptors, Drug · Temperature · Tubulin · Vinblastine

Abstract

Chemicals/CAS: benomyl, 17804-35-2; carbon 14, 14762-75-5; colchicine, 64-86-8; fuberidazole, 3878-19-1; griseofulvin, 126-07-8; mebendazole, 31431-39-7; melatonin, 73-31-4; nocodazole, 31430-18-9; parbendazole, 14255-87-9; podophyllotoxin, 518-28-5; tiabendazole, 148-79-8; vinblastine, 865-21-4; Benzimidazoles; Carbamates; Colchicine, 64-86-8; Glycoproteins; Griseofulvin, 126-07-8; Melatonin, 73-31-4; Podophyllotoxin, 518-28-5; Receptors, Drug; Tubulin; Vinblastine, 865-21-4