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I need literature review on transcription factor stzA gene / sltA1 mutant of Aspergillus nidulans

I require the full research on this organism performed till date... It should be from the journal articles and include figures, tables, diagrams to explain it well which should be harvard referenced. It should be plagiarism free and of approximately more than 2000 words.
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