is a type of fungal spore that is typically harmless, but can be potentially dangerous to those with compromised immune systems.
Isolates with mutations conferring pan-azole resistance have recently been documented (9-11); however, little is known about the broader epidemiology, because there is no national surveillance of Aspergillus
The comparison on the pre-burning and post-burning period in relation to the prevalent fungal pathogens in the soil showed that all the major species present in the burning period were replaced with a new pathogenic community during the post-burning period except Aspergillus
species (Table 2).
These are produced as secondary metabolites principally from toxigenic strains of Aspergillus
flavus and Aspergillus
parasiticus (Rashid et al.
The presence of growth-promoting factors in birds' excrement in the soil of places where birds are found in a large number serves as an excellent niche for these fungi, particularly human pathogenic fungi like Histoplasma capsulatum, Cryptococcus neoformans, Aspergillus
fumigatus is the most common species recovered from cases of IA (90% of IA cases involving the lungs).
Keywords: Livestock farms, fungi, starch hydrolysis, non-toxigenic and Aspergillus
Physico-chemical characterization of partially purified xylanase from Aspergillus
6]) to inactivate Aspergillus
on ready-to-eat nuts and legumes.
The antifungal activity of Cu(II) Complex with ligands phenylalanine and glycine , 8- hydroxy quinoline with L-threonine, L- proline, L- hydroxyproline, L- isolucine, L- serine were screened against fungal pathogens Candida albicans, Aspergillus
fumigatus, Vasinfctum sp.
Drug development company SCYNEXIS (NasdaqGM:SCYX) revealed on Wednesday the receipt of the orphan drug designation from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has for the novel triterpenoid broad-spectrum antifungal agent, SCY-078, for the treatment of invasive Aspergillus
Aflatoxins are secondary metabolites produced by the fungi Aspergillus
This volume contains 11 chapters contributed by biologists, biochemists, biotechnologists, and other researchers from Europe, the US, Israel, and Canada, who explore the impact of genomics on studies in Aspergillus
As linhagens de Aspergillus
niger tem se mostrado mais promissoras para produzir lipase extracelular, o que facilita a recuperacao da enzima (AGUIAR & MENEZES, 2000; MESSIAS et al.
As a substrate rich in starch, corn is one of the cereals most likely to suffer contamination by fungi, primarily Aspergillus
and Fusarium (Abbas, Cartwright, Xie, & Shier, 2005; Mohale, Medina, Rodriguez, Sulyok, & Magan, 2013).