Transcriptome and Secretome Analyses of the Wood Decay Fungus Wolfiporia cocos Support Alternative Mechanisms of Lignocellulose Conversion.

@article{Gaskell2016TranscriptomeAS,
  title={Transcriptome and Secretome Analyses of the Wood Decay Fungus Wolfiporia cocos Support Alternative Mechanisms of Lignocellulose Conversion.},
  author={Jill A. Gaskell and Robert A. Blanchette and Philip E Stewart and Sandra Splinter Bondurant and Marie Adams and Grzegorz Sabat and Phil Kersten and Dan Cullen},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={82 13},
  pages={3979-3987}
}
UNLABELLED Certain wood decay basidiomycetes, collectively referred to as brown rot fungi, rapidly depolymerize cellulose while leaving behind the bulk of cell wall lignin as a modified residue. The mechanism(s) employed is unclear, but considerable evidence implicates the involvement of diffusible oxidants generated via Fenton-like chemistry. Toward a better understanding of this process, we have examined the transcriptome and secretome of Wolfiporia cocos when cultivated on media containing… CONTINUE READING
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