Volatile profiling reveals intracellular metabolic changes in Aspergillus parasiticus: veA regulates branched chain amino acid and ethanol metabolism

@inproceedings{Roze2010VolatilePR,
  title={Volatile profiling reveals intracellular metabolic changes in Aspergillus parasiticus: veA regulates branched chain amino acid and ethanol metabolism},
  author={Ludmila V. Roze and Anindya Chanda and Maris Laivenieks and Randolph M. Beaudry and Katherine A Artymovich and Anna V. Koptina and Deena W Awad and Dina Valeeva and A Daniel Jones and John E. Linz},
  booktitle={BMC Biochemistry},
  year={2010}
}
Filamentous fungi in the genus Aspergillus produce a variety of natural products, including aflatoxin, the most potent naturally occurring carcinogen known. Aflatoxin biosynthesis, one of the most highly characterized secondary metabolic pathways, offers a model system to study secondary metabolism in eukaryotes. To control or customize biosynthesis of natural products we must understand how secondary metabolism integrates into the overall cellular metabolic network. By applying a metabolomics… CONTINUE READING
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