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Fusarium graminearum is the fungal pathogen that causes globally important diseases of cereals and produces mycotoxins such as deoxynivalenol (DON). Owing to the dearth of available sources of resistance to Fusarium pathogens, characterization of novel genes that confer resistance to mycotoxins and mycotoxin-producing fungi is vitally important for breeding(More)
10.1128/AAC.50.3.1013-1020.2006. 2006, 50(3):1013. DOI: Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. Girijavallabhan and F. G. Njoroge A. Skelton, X. Tong, S. Venkatraman, E. Xia, V. Ingravallo, C. Jiang, R. Kong, J. Lu, J. Pichardo, A. Prongay, Butkiewicz, R. Chase, F. Gheyas, A. Hart, D. Hesk, P. B. A. Malcolm, R. Liu, F. Lahser, S. Agrawal, B. Belanger, N. Interferon(More)
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