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J. Fungi, Volume 5, Issue 1 (March 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Candida albicans yeast cells can be induced to form hyphae by many well-studied environmental [...] Read more. Candida albicans yeast cells can be induced to form hyphae by many well-studied environmental stimuli. However, internal signals, such as inhibition of proliferation, can also affect hyphal morphogenesis. Shown here are colonies of a C. albicans cdc4 mutant that grows constitutively as hyphae due to a combination of cell cycle inhibition and transcription factor stabilization. In the accompanying article, the role of endogenous signals in the regulation of hyphal morphogenesis is reviewed. View this paper.