Global Metabolomic Characterizations of Microcystis spp. Highlights Clonal Diversity in Natural Bloom-Forming Populations and Expands Metabolite Structural Diversity

@article{LeManach2019GlobalMC,
  title={Global Metabolomic Characterizations of Microcystis spp. Highlights Clonal Diversity in Natural Bloom-Forming Populations and Expands Metabolite Structural Diversity},
  author={S{\'e}verine Le Manach and Charlotte Duval and Arul Marie and Chakib Dj{\'e}diat and Arnaud Catherine and Marc Edery and C{\'e}cile Bernard and Benjamin Marie},
  journal={Frontiers in Microbiology},
  year={2019},
  volume={10}
}
Cyanobacteria are photosynthetic prokaryotes capable of synthesizing a large variety of secondary metabolites that exhibit significant bioactivity or toxicity. Microcystis constitutes one of the most common cyanobacterial genera, forming the intensive blooms that nowadays arise in freshwater ecosystems worldwide. Species in this genus can produce numerous cyanotoxins (i.e., toxic cyanobacterial metabolites), which can be harmful to human health and aquatic organisms. To better understand… Expand
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