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Diversity in metabolite production by Fusarium langsethiae, Fusarium poae, and Fusarium sporotrichioides.
The production of mycotoxins and other metabolites by 109 strains of Fusarium langsethiae, Fusarium poae, Fusarium sporotrichioides, and F. kyushuense was investigated independently in fourExpand
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Fumonisin B2 production by Aspergillus niger.
The carcinogenic mycotoxin fumonisin B2 was detected for the first time in the industrially important Aspergillus niger. Fumonisin B2, known from Fusarium verticillioides and other Fusaria, wasExpand
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The use of secondary metabolite profiling in chemotaxonomy of filamentous fungi.
A secondary metabolite is a chemical compound produced by a limited number of fungal species in a genus, an order, or even phylum. A profile of secondary metabolites consists of all the differentExpand
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Moulds in food spoilage.
There is an increasing knowledge and understanding of the role played by moulds in food spoilage. Especially the discovery of mycotoxin production in foods has highlighted the importance of moulds inExpand
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The Prevalence and Distribution of Fusarium species in Norwegian Cereals: a Survey
In the period 1994–1996 a post-harvest survey was conducted in wheat, barley and oats to assess the occurrence and geographic distribution of Fusarium species in Norwegian cereals. The number ofExpand
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Fusarium spp. associated with rice Bakanae: ecology, genetic diversity, pathogenicity and toxigenicity.
African and Asian populations of Fusarium spp. (Gibberella fujikuroi species complex) associated with Bakanae of rice (Oryzae sativa L.) were isolated from seeds and characterized with respect toExpand
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Fungal polyketide azaphilone pigments as future natural food colorants?
The recent approval of fungal carotenoids as food colorants by the European Union has strengthened the prospects for fungal cell factories for the production of polyketide pigments. Fungal productionExpand
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Fumonisin and Ochratoxin Production in Industrial Aspergillus niger Strains
Aspergillus niger is perhaps the most important fungus used in biotechnology, and is also one of the most commonly encountered fungi contaminating foods and feedstuffs, and occurring in soil andExpand
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Fusaria and fumonisins in maize from Ghana and their co-occurrence with aflatoxins.
Fifteen maize samples from four markets and processing sites in Accra, Ghana were analysed for fumonisins B1, B2, and B3. All samples contained fumonisins. Total fumonisin levels for 14 samplesExpand
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