Figure 1. Linear arrangement of the afl gene cluster from Aspergillus parasiticus. Individual gene names are abbreviated by a single letter (where aflR = R), and are named according to the scheme proposed by Yu et al., 2004B. Genes described in the text include pksA (aflC), aflJ (aflS), norA (aflE), avfA (afl/), and omtB (aflO). Four genes at the 3' end of the afl cluster encode for a sugar utilization pathway, followed by a fifth gene whose function is unknown. Adapted from Yu et al., 2004A and 2004B.
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