Marta Fernández-Aguado

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The PR-toxin is a potent mycotoxin produced by Penicillium roqueforti in moulded grains and grass silages and may contaminate blue-veined cheese. The PR-toxin derives from the 15 carbon atoms(More)
The Acremonium chrysogenum cephalosporin biosynthetic genes are divided in two different clusters. The central step of the biosynthetic pathway (epimerization of isopenicillin N to penicillin N)(More)
The knowledge about enzymes’ compartmentalization and transport processes involved in the penicillin biosynthesis in Penicillium chrysogenum is very limited. The genome of this fungus contains(More)
Lignocellulosic plant biomass is the most abundant carbon source in the planet, which makes it a potential substrate for biorefinery. It consists of polysaccharides and other molecules with(More)
Penicillium chrysogenum, an industrial microorganism used worldwide for penicillin production, is an excellent model to study the biochemistry and the cell biology of enzymes involved in the(More)
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