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Berger, H; Bacher, M; Labuda, R; Eppel, IM; Bayer, F; Sulyok, M; Gasparotto, E; Zehetbauer, F; Doppler, M; Gratzl, H; Strauss, J; .
(2022): Polaramycin B, and not physical interaction, is the signal that rewires fungal metabolism in the Streptomyces-Aspergillus interaction.
Environ Microbiol. 2022; 24(10):4899-4914 FullText FullText_BOKU

Autor*innen der BOKU Wien:
Bacher Markus
Bayer Florentina
Berger Harald
Doppler Maria
Gasparotto Erika
Gratzl Hannes
Strauss Joseph
Sulyok Michael
Zehetbauer Franz
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Amino Acids/metabolism;Anti-Bacterial Agents/pharmacology;Antifungal Agents/metabolism;Aspergillus nidulans*/genetics;Aspergillus nidulans*/metabolism;Chromatin/metabolism;Electrolytes;Guanidines;Macrolides/metabolism;Multigene Family;Resorcinols;Secondary Metabolism/genetics;Streptomyces*/genetics;Streptomyces*/metabolism;



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