Hydroxamate siderophores of the ectomycorrhizal fungi Suillus granulatus and S. luteus

  title={Hydroxamate siderophores of the ectomycorrhizal fungi Suillus granulatus and S. luteus},
  author={Kurt Haselwandter and Gerlinde H{\"a}ninger and Markus Ganzera},
Despite indications that S. granulatus and S. luteus release iron-chelating compounds, the exact spectrum of ferric hydroxamates synthesized by these two Suillus species remained unclear. Hence the aim of this study was to identify all of the main siderophores produced by these two ectomycorrhizal fungal species under pure culture conditions. By means of HPLC and LC–MS analyses we show that S. granulatus releases cyclic and linear fusigen, ferrichrome, coprogen and triacetylfusarinine C into… 

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