Plant-Symbiotic Fungi as Chemical Engineers: Multi-Genome Analysis of the Clavicipitaceae Reveals Dynamics of Alkaloid Loci

@inproceedings{Schardl2013PlantSymbioticFA,
  title={Plant-Symbiotic Fungi as Chemical Engineers: Multi-Genome Analysis of the Clavicipitaceae Reveals Dynamics of Alkaloid Loci},
  author={Christopher L. Schardl and Carolyn A. Young and Uljana Hesse and Stefan G. Amyotte and Kalina Andreeva and Patrick J. Calie and Damien J. Fleetwood and David Haws and Neil Moore and Birgitt Oeser and Daniel G Panaccione and Kathryn Keller Schweri and Christine R. Voisey and Mark L. Farman and Jerzy W. Jaromczyk and Bruce A. Roe and Donal M. O’Sullivan and Barry Scott and Paul Tudzynski and Zhiqiang An and Elissaveta G. Arnaoudova and Charles T. Bullock and Nikki D Charlton and Ling Chen and Murray Cox and Randy D. Dinkins and Simona Florea and Anthony E Glenn and Anna Gordon and Ulrich G{\"u}ldener and Daniel R. Harris and Walter Hollin and Jolanta Jaromczyk and Richard D. Johnson and Anar Khan and Eckhard Leistner and Adrian Leuchtmann and Chunjie Li and Jinye Liu and Jyanwei Sunnyvale Liu and Miao Liu and Wade J Mace and Caroline Machado and Padmaja Nagabhyru and Juan Pan and Jan Schmid and Koya Sugawara and Ulrike Steiner and Johanna E. Takach and Eiji Tanaka and Jennifer S. Webb and Ella V. Wilson and J L Wiseman and Ruriko Yoshida and Zheng Zeng},
  booktitle={PLoS genetics},
  year={2013}
}
The fungal family Clavicipitaceae includes plant symbionts and parasites that produce several psychoactive and bioprotective alkaloids. The family includes grass symbionts in the epichloae clade (Epichloë and Neotyphodium species), which are extraordinarily diverse both in their host interactions and in their alkaloid profiles. Epichloae produce alkaloids of four distinct classes, all of which deter insects, and some-including the infamous ergot alkaloids-have potent effects on mammals. The… CONTINUE READING

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