New compounds isolated from Fusarium avenaceum grown on exotic media

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Resumé

Fusarium avenaceum is a filamentous fungus found to infect a wide range of host plants, including potato tubes, mung beans and apples. Apart from the economic damage that such infections incur, the fungus also produces a wide range of potentially poisonous secondary metabolites. Therefore, it is important to gain more knowledge about the biosynthetic potential of the fungus. After growing F.avenaceum on unusual media, we identified a group of new compounds produced by a yet unknown polyketide synthase. Compounds were purified and their structures were elucidated by NMR. Initial screening for bioactivity was performed
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelEFS14 - EUROPEAN FUSARIUM SEMINAR : Poster Presentations
Publikationsdato2018
Sider63
ArtikelnummerPP-04
StatusUdgivet - 2018
BegivenhedEuropean Fusarium Seminar 14 - Tulln, Østrig
Varighed: 8 apr. 201811 apr. 2018

Konference

KonferenceEuropean Fusarium Seminar 14
LokationTulln
LandØstrig
Periode08/04/201811/04/2018

Citer dette

Werner, M. IH., Westphal, K., Sørensen, J. L., Søndergaard, T. E., & Wimmer, R. (2018). New compounds isolated from Fusarium avenaceum grown on exotic media. I EFS14 - EUROPEAN FUSARIUM SEMINAR: Poster Presentations (s. 63). [PP-04]
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Werner, MIH, Westphal, K, Sørensen, JL, Søndergaard, TE & Wimmer, R 2018, New compounds isolated from Fusarium avenaceum grown on exotic media. i EFS14 - EUROPEAN FUSARIUM SEMINAR: Poster Presentations., PP-04, s. 63, European Fusarium Seminar 14, Østrig, 08/04/2018.

New compounds isolated from Fusarium avenaceum grown on exotic media. / Werner, Manuela IH; Westphal, Klaus; Sørensen, Jens Laurids; Søndergaard, Teis Esben; Wimmer, Reinhard.

EFS14 - EUROPEAN FUSARIUM SEMINAR: Poster Presentations. 2018. s. 63 PP-04.

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Werner MIH, Westphal K, Sørensen JL, Søndergaard TE, Wimmer R. New compounds isolated from Fusarium avenaceum grown on exotic media. I EFS14 - EUROPEAN FUSARIUM SEMINAR: Poster Presentations. 2018. s. 63. PP-04