Nocardioides sp. strain WSN05-2, isolated from a wheat field, degrades deoxynivalenol, producing the novel intermediate 3-epi-deoxynivalenol

@inproceedings{Ikunaga2010NocardioidesSS,
  title={Nocardioides sp. strain WSN05-2, isolated from a wheat field, degrades deoxynivalenol, producing the novel intermediate 3-epi-deoxynivalenol},
  author={Yoko Ikunaga and Ikuo Sato and Stephanie Grond and Nobutaka Numaziri and Shigenobu Yoshida and Hiroko Yamaya and Syuntaro Hiradate and Morifumi Hasegawa and Hiroaki Toshima and Motoo Koitabashi and Michihiro Ito and Petr Karlovsky and Seiya Tsushima},
  booktitle={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2010}
}
The mycotoxin deoxynivalenol (DON) causes serious problems worldwide in the production of crops such as wheat and barley because of its toxicity toward humans and livestock. A bacterial culture capable of degrading DON was obtained from soil samples collected in wheat fields using an enrichment culture procedure. The isolated bacterium, designated strain WSN05-2, completely removed 1,000 μg/mL of DON from the culture medium after incubation for 10 days. On the basis of phylogenetic studies… CONTINUE READING

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