Aspergillus fumigatus Photobiology Illuminates the Marked Heterogeneity between Isolates

@inproceedings{Fuller2016AspergillusFP,
  title={Aspergillus fumigatus Photobiology Illuminates the Marked Heterogeneity between Isolates},
  author={Kevin K Fuller and Robert A Cramer and Michael E Zegans and Jay C. Dunlap and Jennifer J. Loros},
  booktitle={mBio},
  year={2016}
}
UNLABELLED The given strain of Aspergillus fumigatus under study varies across laboratories, ranging from a few widely used "standards," e.g., Af293 or CEA10, to locally acquired isolates that may be unique to one investigator. Since experiments concerning physiology or gene function are seldom replicated by others, i.e., in a different A. fumigatus background, the extent to which behavioral heterogeneity exists within the species is poorly understood. As a proxy for assessing such intraspecies… CONTINUE READING

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Since experiments concerning physiology or gene function are seldom replicated by others , i.e. , in a different A. fumigatus background , the extent to which behavioral heterogeneity exists within the species is poorly understood .
The given strain of Aspergillus fumigatus under study varies across laboratories , ranging from a few widely used " standards , " e.g. , Af293 or CEA10 , to locally acquired isolates that may be unique to one investigator .
Since experiments concerning physiology or gene function are seldom replicated by others , i.e. , in a different A. fumigatus background , the extent to which behavioral heterogeneity exists within the species is poorly understood .
The given strain of Aspergillus fumigatus under study varies across laboratories , ranging from a few widely used " standards , " e.g. , Af293 or CEA10 , to locally acquired isolates that may be unique to one investigator .
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