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Evolutionary history of ergot with a new infrageneric classification (Hypocreales: Clavicipitaceae: Claviceps).
Diversity of fungal communities in saline and acidic soils in the Soos National Natural Reserve, Czech Republic
During 2003–2005, the diversity of culturable filamentous soil microfungi in saline and acidic soils of the Soos National Natural Reserve (Czech Republic) was studied and the overall fungal spectrum was distinct, as shown by comparison to similar studies.
A Comparative Study of the Therapeutic Potential of Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Limbal Epithelial Stem Cells for Ocular Surface Reconstruction
Results show that BM‐MSCs' therapeutic effect on healing of injured corneal surface is comparable to that of tissue‐specific LSCs, and suggest that BM-MSCs can be used for ocular surface regeneration in cases when autologous L SCs are absent or difficult to obtain.
A Comparative Analysis of Multipotent Mesenchymal Stromal Cells derived from Different Sources, with a Focus on Neuroregenerative Potential
The MSC secretome derived from all cell sources had a pronounced neurotrophic potential to stimulate the neurite outgrowth of DRG-neurons and reduce the cell death of neural stem/progenitor cells after H 2 O 2 treatment.
Delimitation of cryptic species inside Claviceps purpurea.
Three new genera of fungi from extremely acidic soils
The adaptation of hyaline fungi from mesophilic lineages to highly acidic environments has been revealed, and the association between highly acidic and Antarctic habitats is discussed.
Rare and new etiological agents revealed among 178 clinical Aspergillus strains obtained from Czech patients and characterized by molecular sequencing.
A collection of 178 Aspergillus isolates, recovered from Czech patients, was subjected to multilocus DNA sequence typing using the ITS region, β-tubulin, and calmodulin genes and three species were identified as the confirmed etiologic agents of non-dermatophytic onychomycosis.
Characterization of human adipose tissue‐derived stromal cells isolated from diabetic patient's distal limbs with critical ischemia
- Z. Kočí, Karolina Turnovcova, Š. Kubínová
- Medicine, BiologyCell biochemistry and function
- 1 October 2014
According to this study, adipose tissue from distal limbs of diabetic patients is not satisfactory as an autologous ASC source.
Distinct cytokines balance the development of regulatory T cells and interleukin‐10‐producing regulatory B cells
Data show that the production of IL‐10 by B cells is under the strict regulatory control of cytokines and that individual cytokines differentially regulate the development and activity of regulatory T cells and IL‐ 10‐producing regulatory B cells.
Hydroxylated anthraquinones produced by Geosmithia species
Hydroxylated anthraquinones (yellow, orange, and red pigments), were found to be the most abundant compounds produced into the medium during the submerged cultivation of Geosmithia fungi.