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Fig. 1 | BMC Microbiology

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From: The C3HC type zinc-finger protein (ZFC3) interacting with Lon/MAP1 is important for mitochondrial gene regulation, infection hypha development and longevity of Magnaporthe oryzae

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The ZFC3 protein involves two principal domains and localizes to mitochondria. a Domain structures of the ZFC3 protein in M. oryzae and the conservative and evolutionary analysis of the ZFC3 like protein in representative fungi. b Expression and localization of ZFC3-RFP protein in M. oryzae. Vegetative hyphae expressing the ZFC3-RFP fusion protein was examined under microscope. Mito-Tracker green (green fluorescent dye as a membrane marker). Scale bar = 2 mm

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