Aspergillus flavus.

@article{Amaike2011AspergillusF,
  title={Aspergillus flavus.},
  author={Saori Amaike and Nancy P Keller},
  journal={Annual review of phytopathology},
  year={2011},
  volume={49},
  pages={
          107-33
        }
}
Aspergillus flavus is saprophytic soil fungus that infects and contaminates preharvest and postharvest seed crops with the carcinogenic secondary metabolite aflatoxin. The fungus is also an opportunistic animal and human pathogen causing aspergillosis diseases with incidence increasing in the immunocompromised population. Whole genome sequences of A. flavus have been released and reveal 55 secondary metabolite clusters that are regulated by different environmental regimes and the global… CONTINUE READING

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