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2001). The RAS gene is also expressed in mycorrhizal tissue when compared with free-living fungal mycelium. Such differential expression clearly suggests that LbRas plays a key role during ectomycorrhiza formation. Using LbRas as a bait and performing yeast two-hybrid interactions with tissue from early stages of L. bicolor–P. resinosa led to the isolation of a novel line of Ras-interacting yeast two-hybrid ectomycorrhizal clones (Rhythm; Sundaram et al. 2004). One of the important Ras interacting clones showed considerable sequence homology to other eukaryotic clones coding for an AP180-like protein (RhythmA; ~50%).
In addition, different fungal structures (spores, mycelia) have different lysing efficiency; and an inappropriate extraction method can potentially give a biased estimate of diversity (Prosser 2002). There are no specific protocols for soil fungi, although there has been considerable improvement in the procedures involved, for instance the addition of PVPP to precipitate PCR inhibitors (Wintzingerode et al. 1997; Prosser 2002; Anderson and Cairney 2004; Kirk et al. 2004). Caution is required because, in bacterial diversity studies, it has been shown that different DNA protocols and purification methods yield different DGGE profiles (Maarit-Niemi et al.
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Advanced Techniques in Soil Microbiology by R. Jeewon, K. D. Hyde (auth.), Prof. Dr. Ajit Varma, Prof. Dr. Ralf Oelmüller (eds.)