Cyclic lipopeptide profile of three Bacillus subtilis strains; antagonists of Fusarium head blight

@article{Dunlap2011CyclicLP,
  title={Cyclic lipopeptide profile of three Bacillus subtilis strains; antagonists of Fusarium head blight},
  author={Christopher A. Dunlap and David Albert Schisler and Neil P. J. Price and Steven Francis Vaughn},
  journal={The Journal of Microbiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={49},
  pages={603-609}
}
  • Christopher A. Dunlap, David Albert Schisler, +1 author Steven Francis Vaughn
  • Published 2011
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of Microbiology
  • The objective of the study was to identify the lipopetides associated with three Bacillus subtilis strains. The strains are antagonists of Gibberella zeae, and have been shown to be effective in reducing Fusarium head blight in wheat. The lipopeptide profile of three B. subtilis strains (AS43.3, AS43.4, and OH131.1) was determined using mass spectroscopy. Strains AS43.3 and AS43.4 produced the anti-fungal lipopeptides from the iturin and fengycin family during the stationary growth phase. All… CONTINUE READING

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