Detoxification of Deoxynivalenol via Glycosylation Represents Novel Insights on Antagonistic Activities of Trichoderma when Confronted with Fusarium graminearum

@inproceedings{Tian2016DetoxificationOD,
  title={Detoxification of Deoxynivalenol via Glycosylation Represents Novel Insights on Antagonistic Activities of Trichoderma when Confronted with Fusarium graminearum},
  author={Ye Tian and Yanglan Tan and Na Liu and Zheng Yan and Yucai Liao and Jie Chen and Sarah De Saeger and Hua Yang and Qiaoyan Zhang and Aibo Wu},
  booktitle={Toxins},
  year={2016}
}
Deoxynivalenol (DON) is a mycotoxin mainly produced by the Fusarium graminearum complex, which are important phytopathogens that can infect crops and lead to a serious disease called Fusarium head blight (FHB). As the most common B type trichothecene mycotoxin, DON has toxic effects on animals and humans, which poses a risk to food security. Thus, efforts have been devoted to control DON contamination in different ways. Management of DON production by Trichoderma strains as a biological control… CONTINUE READING
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