Temperature-sensitive yeast mutants were used to screen for cell cycle-related genes from Pleurotus eryngii genomic DNA. A mushroom genomic DNA library was established and each gene was screened for the ability to rescue seven Saccharomyces cerevisiae temperature-sensitive strains. Hundreds of yeast transformants were selected at restrictive temperatures over 30. Plasmids from the transformants that survived were isolated and transformed back into their host strains. The temperature sensitivity of the resulting transformants was tested from 30 to 37. Ten DNA fragments from P. eryngii were able to rescue yeast temperature-sensitive strains, and their DNA sequences were determined.
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