A genus of ascomycetous fungi of the family Chaetomiaceae, order SORDARIALES. Many members are cellulolytic and some mycotoxic. They occur naturally on paper and cotton fabric.
An endosymbiont that is either a bacterium or fungus living part of its life in a plant. Endophytes can benefit host plants by preventing pathogenic organisms from colonizing them.
A mitosporic fungal genus that causes MYCETOMA in humans. Madurella grisea and M. mycetomatis are the etiological agents.
A plant division. They are simple plants that lack vascular tissue and possess rudimentary rootlike organs (rhizoids). Like MOSSES, liverworts have alternation of generations between haploid gamete-bearing forms (gametophytes) and diploid spore-bearing forms (sporophytes).
A kingdom of eukaryotic, heterotrophic organisms that live parasitically as saprobes, including MUSHROOMS; YEASTS; smuts, molds, etc. They reproduce either sexually or asexually, and have life cycles that range from simple to complex. Filamentous fungi, commonly known as molds, refer to those that grow as multicellular colonies.
A large and heterogenous group of fungi whose common characteristic is the absence of a sexual state. Many of the pathogenic fungi in humans belong to this group.
A hydro-lyase that catalyzes the dehydration of 2-phosphoglycerate to form PHOSPHOENOLPYRUVATE. Several different isoforms of this enzyme exist, each with its own tissue specificity.
The fern plant family of the order Polypodiales, class Filicopsida, division Pteridophyta, subkingdom Tracheobionta.
The study of the origin, structure, development, growth, function, genetics, and reproduction of organisms which inhabit the OCEANS AND SEAS.
Organisms that live in water.
Rare congenital disorder with multiple anomalies including: characteristic dysmorphic craniofacial features, musculoskeletal abnormalities, neurocognitive delay, and high prevalence of cancer. Germline mutations in H-Ras protein can cause Costello syndrome. Costello syndrome shows early phenotypic overlap with other disorders that involve MAP KINASE SIGNALING SYSTEM (e.g., NOONAN SYNDROME and cardiofaciocutaneous syndrome).
A great expanse of continuous bodies of salt water which together cover more than 70 percent of the earth's surface. Seas may be partially or entirely enclosed by land, and are smaller than the five oceans (Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic, and Antarctic).
Discussion of lists of works, documents or other publications, usually with some relationship between them, e.g., by a given author, on a given subject, or published in a given place, and differing from a catalog in that its contents are restricted to holdings of a single collection, library, or group of libraries. (from The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
A plant genus of the family ZINGIBERACEAE that contains CURCUMIN and curcuminoids.
A plant species of the genus SCUTELLARIA, family LAMIACEAE, that contains skullcapflavone and is used in CHINESE HERBAL DRUGS.
A yellow-orange dye obtained from tumeric, the powdered root of CURCUMA longa. It is used in the preparation of curcuma paper and the detection of boron. Curcumin appears to possess a spectrum of pharmacological properties, due primarily to its inhibitory effects on metabolic enzymes.
Plants whose roots, leaves, seeds, bark, or other constituent parts possess therapeutic, tonic, purgative, curative or other pharmacologic attributes, when administered to man or animals.
Root-like underground horizontal stem of plants that produces shoots above and roots below. Distinguished from true roots which don't have buds and nodes. Similar to true roots in being underground and thickened by storage deposits.
The genetic complement of a BACTERIA as represented in its DNA.
The genetic complement of an organism, including all of its GENES, as represented in its DNA, or in some cases, its RNA.
Sequential operating programs and data which instruct the functioning of a digital computer.
A multistage process that includes cloning, physical mapping, subcloning, determination of the DNA SEQUENCE, and information analysis.
The systematic study of the complete DNA sequences (GENOME) of organisms.
The relationships of groups of organisms as reflected by their genetic makeup.
The complete genetic complement contained in a DNA or RNA molecule in a virus.

Chaetoatrosin A, a novel chitin synthase II inhibitor produced by Chaetomium atrobrunneum F449. (1/53)

Chaetoatrosin A, a novel chitin synthase II inhibitor, was isolated from the culture broth of fungus F449, which was identified as Chaetomium atrobrunneum F449. Chaetoatrosin A was purified by solvent partition, silica gel, ODS, preparative TLC, and Sephadex LH-20 column chromatographies, consecutively. The structure of chaetoatrosin A was assigned as 1,8-dihydroxy-3(2-hydroxypropionyl)-6-methoxynaphthalene on the basis of various spectroscopic analyses including UV, IR, mass spectral, and NMR. Its molecular weight and formula were found to be 262 and C14H14O5, respectively. ,Chaetoatrosin A inhibited chitin synthase II by 50% at the concentration of 104 microg/ml in an enzyme assay system. This compound showed antifungal activities against Rhizoctonia solani, Pyricularia oryzae, Botrytis cinerea, Cryptococcus neoformans and Trichophyton mentagrophytes.  (+info)

Identification of a series of tricyclic natural products as potent broad-spectrum inhibitors of metallo-beta-lactamases. (2/53)

This work describes the discovery and characterization of a novel series of tricyclic natural product-derived metallo-beta-lactamase inhibitors. Natural product screening of the Bacillus cereus II enzyme identified an extract from a strain of Chaetomium funicola with inhibitory activity against metallo-beta-lactamases. SB236050, SB238569, and SB236049 were successfully extracted and purified from this extract. The most active of these compounds was SB238569, which possessed K(i) values of 79, 17, and 3.4 microM for the Bacillus cereus II, Pseudomonas aeruginosa IMP-1, and Bacteroides fragilis CfiA metallo-beta-lactamases, respectively, yet none of the compounds exhibited any inhibitory activity against the Stenotrophomonas maltophilia L-1 metallo-beta-lactamase (50% inhibitory concentration > 1,000 microM). The lack of activity against angiotensin-converting enzyme and serine beta-lactamases demonstrated the selective nature of these compounds. The crystal structure of SB236050 complexed in the active site of CfiA has been obtained to a resolution of 2.5 A. SB236050 exhibits key polar interactions with Lys184, Asn193, and His162 and a stacking interaction with the indole ring of Trp49 in the flap, which is in the closed conformation over the active site groove. SB236050 and SB238569 also demonstrate good antibacterial synergy with meropenem. Eight micrograms of SB236050 per ml gave rise to an eightfold drop in the MIC of meropenem for two clinical isolates of B. fragilis producing CfiA, making these strains sensitive to meropenem (MIC < or = 4 microg/ml). Consequently, this series of metallo-beta-lactamase inhibitors exhibit the most promising antibacterial synergy activity so far observed against organisms producing metallo-beta-lactamases.  (+info)

Thielavins as glucose-6-phosphatase (G6Pase) inhibitors: producing strain, fermentation, isolation, structural elucidation and biological activities. (3/53)

High-throughput screening of microbial extracts using rat hepatic microsomal glucose-6-phosphatase (G6Pase) led us to find thielavin B as a G6Pase inhibitor with inhibition of glucose output from glucagon-stimulated hepatocytes. Further searching for more potent analogs identified 11 new thielavins F-P in addition to the known thielavins A and B from a fungus Chaetomium carinthiacum ATCC 46463. Thielavin G showed the strongest activity as a G6Pase inhibitor (IC50=0.33 microM), while the IC50 of thielavin B was 5.5 microM. According to the structure-activity relationship, including authentic thielavins C, D and 3 partial hydrolysates from thielavins A and B, 3 benzoic acid-units and carboxylic acid functions are essential for G6Pase inhibition.  (+info)

Microbial community composition affects soil fungistasis. (4/53)

Most soils inhibit fungal germination and growth to a certain extent, a phenomenon known as soil fungistasis. Previous observations have implicated microorganisms as the causal agents of fungistasis, with their action mediated either by available carbon limitation (nutrient deprivation hypothesis) or production of antifungal compounds (antibiosis hypothesis). To obtain evidence for either of these hypotheses, we measured soil respiration and microbial numbers (as indicators of nutrient stress) and bacterial community composition (as an indicator of potential differences in the composition of antifungal components) during the development of fungistasis. This was done for two fungistatic dune soils in which fungistasis was initially fully or partly relieved by partial sterilization treatment or nutrient addition. Fungistasis development was measured as restriction of the ability of the fungi Chaetomium globosum, Fusarium culmorum, Fusarium oxysporum, and Trichoderma harzianum to colonize soils. Fungistasis did not always reappear after soil treatments despite intense competition for carbon, suggesting that microbial community composition is important in the development of fungistasis. Both microbial community analysis and in vitro antagonism tests indicated that the presence of pseudomonads might be essential for the development of fungistasis. Overall, the results lend support to the antibiosis hypothesis.  (+info)

Six new constituents from an Ascomycete, Chaetomium quadrangulatum, found in a screening study focused on monoamine oxidase inhibitory activity. (5/53)

A screening study focusing on monoamine oxidase inhibitory activity on the EtOAc extract of an Ascomycete Chaetomium quadrangulatum, which previously gave five unique chromones possessing this activity (chaetoquadrins A-E (1-5)), this time afforded six new constituents termed chaetoquadrins F-K (6-11) in addition to 1-5. The structures of 6-11 have been deduced on the basis of spectral and chemical data, and 7 and 8 have shown appreciable monoamine oxidase inhibitory activity.  (+info)

Three-dimensional structures of thermophilic beta-1,4-xylanases from Chaetomium thermophilum and Nonomuraea flexuosa. Comparison of twelve xylanases in relation to their thermal stability. (6/53)

The crystal structures of thermophilic xylanases from Chaetomium thermophilum and Nonomuraea flexuosa were determined at 1.75 and 2.1 A resolution, respectively. Both enzymes have the overall fold typical to family 11 xylanases with two highly twisted beta-sheets forming a large cleft. The comparison of 12 crystal structures of family 11 xylanases from both mesophilic and thermophilic organisms showed that the structures of different xylanases are very similar. The sequence identity differences correlated well with the structural differences. Several minor modifications appeared to be responsible for the increased thermal stability of family 11 xylanases: (a) higher Thr : Ser ratio (b) increased number of charged residues, especially Arg, resulting in enhanced polar interactions, and (c) improved stabilization of secondary structures involved the higher number of residues in the beta-strands and stabilization of the alpha-helix region. Some members of family 11 xylanases have a unique strategy to improve their stability, such as a higher number of ion pairs or aromatic residues on protein surface, a more compact structure, a tighter packing, and insertions at some regions resulting in enhanced interactions.  (+info)

In vitro toxicity of indoor Chaetomium Kunze ex Fr. (7/53)

Microscopic fungi in the indoor environment present a serious health risk for people living in affected buildings. The potentially toxic ascomycete genus Chaetomium is supposed to be the third most frequent indoor fungal contaminant. Its brief mycological, toxicological and ecological characterization is given. The work was aimed at in vitro study of toxicity of endo- and exometabolites of 14 strains of Chaetomium spp., including 4 strains of Ch. globosum, isolated from mouldy buildings in Slovakia and Denmark, and 3 Ch. globosum strains from the Czechoslovak Collection of Microorganisms (CCM). The endometabolites of 10 isolates of Chaetomium spp. were active: 7 isolates (41% of total strain number) stopped tracheal ciliary movement of 1-d-old chickens after 24 h, 9 isolates (53%) after 48 h and 10 strains (59%) after 72 h. In the case of exometabolites, the extracts of 6 Chaetomium strains showed some ciliostatic activity: 2 isolates (12% of strains tested) after 24 h, 5 isolates (29%) after 48 h and 6 isolates (35%) after 72 h. In general, 5 isolates of Danish origin (83%) produced ciliostatically active exometabolites and 2 isolates (33%) produced such endometabolites, while only 4 strains isolated in Slovakia (50%) and 3 strains (37%) respectively did the same under experimental conditions. Most toxic metabolites were produced by Chaetomium spp. isolated from dwellings, whereas hospital isolates were not able to produce active compounds. Chaetomia as indoor contaminants can contribute to ill health of occupants of mouldy damp buildings.  (+info)

In vitro activities of new antifungal agents against Chaetomium spp. and inoculum standardization. (8/53)

Chaetomium is an unusual etiological agent of human infections, but the mortality rate among immunocompromised patients is considerably greater than that among nonimmunocompromised individuals. We investigated the in vitro antifungal susceptibilities to novel antifungal agents of 19 strains belonging to three species of Chaetomium which have been involved in human infections, i.e., Chaetomium globosum, C. atrobrunneum, and C. nigricolor, and one strain of the closely related species Achaetomium strumarium. A modification of the NCCLS reference microdilution method (M38-A) was used to evaluate the in vitro activities of ravuconazole, voriconazole, albaconazole, and micafungin. Micafungin was not active at all, while the geometric mean MICs and minimum effective concentrations of the three triazoles were less than 0.5 and 0.4 micro g/ml, respectively.  (+info)

Free Online Library: Bioactive metabolites from chaetomium globosum L18, an endophytic fungus in the medicinal plant curcuma wenyujin.(Short communication, Report) by Phytomedicine: International Journal of Phytotherapy & Phytopharmacology; Health, general Biological sciences Science and technology, general Antifungal agents Chaetomyinae Health aspects Research Fungi Herbal medicine Medicine, Botanic Medicine, Herbal Metabolites Physiological aspects Phytosterols Plant lipids Turmeric
Chaetomium globosum ATCC ® 66563™ Designation: 959-FM [UAMH 7763] Application: Biomedical Research and Development Material
Method of Immunization: Three 5- to 7-week-old female BALB/cJ mice were immunized via intraperitoneal (IP) injection with a 50:50 (v/v) emulsion of 25 mg of the purified recombinant C. globosum enolase protein and TiterMax Gold Adjuvant. Five subsequent booster IP immunizations containing 5 mg recombinant C. globosum enolase in sterile PBS were administered at biweekly intervals. The final boost w
The near-atomic structure of the Chaetomium thermophilum 90S preribosome explains how assembly factors and pre-rRNA guide folding of pre-40S domains and suggests a proofreading model for the 90S-pre-40S transition. The 40S small ribosomal subunit is cotranscriptionally assembled in the nucleolus as part of a large chaperone complex called the 90S preribosome or small-subunit processome. Here, we present the 3.2-Å-resolution structure of the Chaetomium thermophilum 90S preribosome, which allowed us to build atomic structures for 34 assembly factors, including the Mpp10 complex, Bms1, Utp14 and Utp18, and the complete U3 small nucleolar ribonucleoprotein. Moreover, we visualized the U3 RNA heteroduplexes with a 5′ external transcribed spacer (5′ ETS) and pre-18S RNA, and their stabilization by 90S factors. Overall, the structure explains how a highly intertwined network of assembly factors and pre-rRNA guide the sequential, independent folding of the individual pre-40S domains while the RNA regions
The chaetoglobins are a structurally unique class of azaphilone alkaloid dimers with reported anticancer activity. They are also a potential platform for the development of antibacterial and botulinum antitoxin. Notably, this class of compounds has not been synthesized to date. Chaetoglobin A (1) and B (2) were originally isolated from the endophytic fungus Chaetomium globosum.1 Chaetoglobin A has been shown to be potentially active against human colon and breast cancer. However, the bioactivity of chaetoglobin B has not been studied due lack of material, suggesting the need of further research. The main goal of this project is the design and optimization of a synthetic route for chaetoglobin natural products. Achiral phenol coupling has been studied for many years; however, the regioselective methods reported to date are substrate-dependent and limited in scope. - Previously, we developed a regio- and enantioselective method for oxidative phenol coupling applying a series of bimetallic and monomeric
During a recent nematode survey in natural environments of the Los Alcornocales Regional Park narrow valleys, viz., the renowned 'canutos' excavated in the mountains that maintain a humid microclimate, in southern Spain, an amphimictic population of Xiphinema globosum was identified. Morphological and morphometric studies on this population fit the original and previous descriptions and represent the first report from Spain and southern Europe. Molecular characterisation of X. globosum from Spain using D2-D3 expansion regions of 28S rRNA, 18S rRNA and ITS1-rRNA is provided and maximum likelihood and Bayesian inference analysis were used to reconstruct phylogenetic relationships within X. globosum and other Xiphinema species. A supertree solution of the different phylogenetic trees obtained in this study and in other published studies using rDNA genes are presented using the matrix representation parsimony method (MRP) and the most similar supertree method (MSSA). The results revealed a closer
1 sample to test for the following water damage indicator molds:. Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus fumigatus, Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus ochraceus, Aspergillus penicillioides, Aspergillus sclerotiorum, Aspergillus sydowii, Aspergillus unguis, Aspergillus versicolor, Aureobasidium pullulans, Chaetomium globosum, Cladosporium sphaerosperum, Eurotium (A) amstelodami, Paecilomyces variotii, Pencillium brevicompactum, Penicillium corylophilum, Penicillium crustosum, Penicillium spinulosum, Penicillium variabile, Stachybotrys chartarum.. ...
An article in Applied Environmental Biology describes work characterizing microorganisms that degrade materials used to preserve cultural heritage objects. These are some heavy duty synthetic compounds which are commonly used to preserve or treat wood, cover objects to protect them from moisture, light, and avoid direct attack by microbes. This article describes some interesting findings of the types of organisms that attack these preservation materials. Table 1 lists fungi like Aureobasidium pullulans which can degrade Polyvinyl chloride, Chaetomium globosum which has enzymes (someone make sure and describe all of these in the genome sequence) to dissolve Polyurethane, several wood degrading fungi that break down Nylon (Phanerochaete can break down diesel fuel), and melanin producing fungi (like Cryptococcus?) that destroy acrylics.. Continue reading When Microorganisms attack: Protect your historical heritage! →. ...
The use of renewable biomass for production of heat and electricity plays an important role in the circular economy. Degradation of wood biomass to produce heat is a clean and novel process proposed as an alternative to wood burning, and could be used for various heating applications. So far, wood degradation has mostly been studied at ambient temperatures. However, the process needs to occur at elevated temperatures (40-55 °C) to produce useable heat. Our objective was to study wood degradation at elevated temperatures for its potential application on heat production. Two (a thermotolerant and a thermophilic) fungi with different degradation strategies were chosen: lignin-degrading Phanerochaete chrysosporium and cellulose-degrading Chaetomium thermophilum. Each fungus was inoculated on nonsterile and sterile birch woodblocks to, respectively, study their wood degradation activity with and without natural biota (i.e., microorganisms naturally present in wood). The highest wood decay rates were ...
1M4W: Three-dimensional structures of thermophilic beta-1,4-xylanases from Chaetomium thermophilum and Nonomuraea flexuosa. Comparison of twelve xylanases in relation to their thermal stability.
basis of record Clipson, N.; Landy, E.; Otte, M. (2001). Fungi, in: Costello, M.J. et al. (Ed.) (2001). European register of marine species: a check-list of the marine species in Europe and a bibliography of guides to their identification. Collection Patrimoines Naturels, 50: pp. 15-19 (look up in IMIS) [details] ...
Chaetoviridins constitute a large family of structurally related secondary metabolites isolated from Chaetomium fungi. To elucidate the biosynthesis pathway and understand how the chemical diversity of chaetoviridins is generated, gene deletion and in vitro characterization of the four post-PKS modifications enzymes were undertaken. CazL and CazP were identified to have substrate promiscuity that facilitates the formation of nonchlorinated analogues. In addition, enzymatic oxidation and reduction combined with spontaneous dehydration and lactonization of the intermediates further expand the chemical diversity ...
MOLD AND LYME TOXINS. Richard Loyd, Ph.D.. Mold toxins are found in foods such as grains and peanuts. Far more serious are the mold toxins found in buildings and vehicles with water leaks. Buildings with flat roofs and buildings on a concrete slab are ready-made for mold problems. Mold toxins are the most common of the biotoxins and are responsible for many if not most of the symptoms of many Lyme disease patients.. When a building has a water leak or water damage that is not immediately corrected, molds such as Stachybotrys, Aspergillus, Acremonium, Actiniomycetes, Penicillium and Chaetomium are likely to start colonies. The colonies may be visible or they may be hidden in places such as the tops of ceiling tiles or the bottoms of carpets. The molds send out spores which contain powerful biotoxins that are nerve toxins or neurotoxins. A study by Harvard University found that fully half of the homes studied had enough mold to cause symptoms. And we have found that many cars are ...
|p|Chaetocin, a natural thiodioxopiperazine product from Chaetomium species, is a lysine-specific histone methyltransferase inhibitor, which reduces the histone methyltransferase effects of SUV39H1 with IC50 value of 0.8 μM.|br /|SUV39H1 is a histone m
Czech Republic: Kamnitz Gorge. Created: 20 March 2017 by Salvador Valenzuela Miranda. Verified by: 20 March 2017 by Salvador Valenzuela Miranda. Accesses: This record has been accessed by users 249 times since it was created.. Verification of data ...
Bifidobacterium pseudolongum subsp. globosum strain DSM 20092 putativexylulose 5-phosphate/fructose 6-phosphate phosphoketolase (xfp) gene,partial ...
The genome of the thermophilic fungus Scytalidium thermophilum (strain CBS 625.91) harbours a wide range of genes involved in carbohydrate degradation, including three genes, abf62A, abf62B and abf62C, predicted to encode glycoside hydrolase family 62 (GH62) enzymes. Transcriptome analysis showed that only abf62A and abf62C are actively expressed during growth on diverse substrates including straws from barley, alfalfa, triticale and canola. The abf62A and abf62C genes were expressed in Escherichia coli and the resulting recombinant proteins were characterized. Calcium-free crystal structures of Abf62C in apo and xylotriose bound forms were determined to 1.23 and 1.48 Å resolution respectively. Site-directed mutagenesis confirmed Asp55, Asp171 and Glu230 as catalytic triad residues, and revealed the critical role of non-catalytic residues Asp194, Trp229 and Tyr338 in positioning the scissile α-L-arabinofuranoside bond at the catalytic site. Further, the +2R substrate-binding site residues ...
Kumar, Rajesh P and Eswaramoorthy, S and Vithayathil, Paul J and Viswamitra, MA (2000) The Tertiary Structure at 1.59 \AA Resolution and the Proposed Amino Acid Sequence of a Family-11 Xylanase from the Thermophilic Fungus Paecilomyces varioti Bainier. In: Journal of Molecular Biology, 295 (3). pp. 581-593. Ganju, Ramesh K and Murthy, SK and Vithayathil, Paul J (1990) Purification and functional characteristics of an endocellulase from Chaetomium thermophile var. coprophile. In: Carbohydrate Research, 197 . pp. 245-255. Ganju, Ramesh K and Vithayathil, Paul J and Murthy, SK (1989) Purification and characterization of two xylanases from Chaetomium thermophile var. coprophile. In: Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 35 (9). pp. 836-842. Venkatesh, Yeldur P and Vithayathil, Paul J (1984) solation and characterization of monodeamidated derivatives of bovine pancreatic Ribonuclease A. In: International Journal of Peptide and Protein Research, 23 (5). pp. 494-505. Gupta, Munishwar N and Vithayathil, ...
Thielavia subthermophila is a ubiquitous, filamentous fungus that is a member of the phylum Ascomycota and order Sordariales. Known to be found on plants of arid environments, it is an endophyte with thermophilic properties, and possesses dense, pigmented mycelium. Thielavia subthermophila has rarely been identified as a human pathogen, with a small number of clinical cases including ocular and brain infections. For treatment, antifungal drugs such as amphotericin B have been used topically or intravenously, depending upon the condition. Thielavia subthermophila is a cleistothecial fungus that have a thin peridium, spherical ascoma, and dark-coloured ascospores. It was first described by Jean Mouchacca in 1973 who isolated it from desert soil. To date, there has been confusion in classifying species within the genus Thielavia, as the characteristics of the species are not well-differentiated from perithecial relatives in the genus Chaetomium. Thielavia subthermophila forms grey colonies with a ...
References: Nature, Biotoxin Pathway. Youve been exposed to a biotoxin. You didnt know it because you didnt even know the building was damaged by water, or the brown discoloration in the bay your were fishing didnt look all that weird, or the fish you ate tasted a little odd but not that awful. We now know that many organisms can set it off: Dinoflagellates: Pfiesteria and ciguatera, fungi like Stachybotrys and Chaetomium, Blue-green algae like Microcystis and Lyngbya, Spirochetes like Borrelia burgdorferi, Apicomplexans from Babesia microti, some gram positive bacteria like Coagulase negative Staph and anthrax, some spider bites like brown recluse spiders - lion fish, etc. The DNA fragments and protein fragments from black mold in water damaged buildings is likely the number one cause in America.. How do those toxins wreak their damage? Heres how.. The various biotoxins set off your innate immune system. And in the 25-30% of us who are not able to mount an effective antibody response ...
References: Nature, Biotoxin Pathway. Youve been exposed to a biotoxin. You didnt know it because you didnt even know the building was damaged by water, or the brown discoloration in the bay your were fishing didnt look all that weird, or the fish you ate tasted a little odd but not that awful. We now know that many organisms can set it off: Dinoflagellates: Pfiesteria and ciguatera, fungi like Stachybotrys and Chaetomium, Blue-green algae like Microcystis and Lyngbya, Spirochetes like Borrelia burgdorferi, Apicomplexans from Babesia microti, some gram positive bacteria like Coagulase negative Staph and anthrax, some spider bites like brown recluse spiders - lion fish, etc. The DNA fragments and protein fragments from black mold in water damaged buildings is likely the number one cause in America.. How do those toxins wreak their damage? Heres how.. The various biotoxins set off your innate immune system. And in the 25-30% of us who are not able to mount an effective antibody response ...
Ahmed, Z.U., Begum, Z.N.T., Hassan, M.A., Khondker, M., Kabir, S.M.H., Ahmad, M., Ahmad, A.T.A., Rahman, A.K.A. & Haque, E.U. [Eds] (2008). Volume 3 Algae Chlorophyta (Aphanochaetaceae-Zygnemataceae). In: Encyclopedia of flora and fauna of Bangladesh. pp. [1]-812, 146 col. figs. Dhaka: Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.. Created: 13 April 2017 by M.D. Guiry. Verified by: 13 April 2017 by M.D. Guiry. Accesses: This record has been accessed by users 512 times since it was created.. Verification of data ...
Cytochalasin H (Paspalin P1) (BVT-0447), CAS 53760-19-3, is a high purity chemical. Isolated from Phomopsis sp. Potent mycotoxin. Phytotoxin. Actin polymerization inhibitor. Antitumor compound. Immunosuppressive agent. Potential anti-parkinson agent.
ABSTRACT: Individual fitness and the structure of marine communities are strongly affected by spatial competition. Among the most common space holders are the colonial ascidians, which have the ability to monopolize large areas of hard substrate, overgrowing most other competitors. The effects of competition on colony growth and on gonad production of the ascidian Didemnum perlucidum were studied in southeastern Brazil by experimentally removing surrounding competitors. Colonies of D. perlucidum competing for space exhibited a growth rate 9 times less than that of colonies that were competitor free. Among the colonies subject to competition, growth rates were unrelated to the percentage of colony border that was free of competitors. However, the identity of the competitor was important in the outcome of border contacts. At the beginning of the experiment, most border encounters of D. perlucidum were with solitary organisms, which in most cases were overgrown. These were progressively replaced by ...
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Bayesian length-weight: a=0.00692 (0.00227 - 0.02109), b=3.04 (2.79 - 3.29), in cm Total Length, based on LWR estimates for this (Sub)family-body shape (Ref. 93245 ...
The effects of essential oils from clove, cardamom, almond, cinnamon and Eucalyptus on the seed mycoflora and seedling quality of Italian millet (Setaria italica), wheat, cowpea, coriander (Coriandrum sativum) and palak (Spinacia oleracea) were studied. The seeds were treated with essential oils at 0.1% (w/w), allowed to remain at room temperature (28±2°C) for 5 minutes, incubated for 7 days and examined for the presence of mycoflora after incubation. Simultaneously, a portion of the treated seeds were sown in pots, and the pots were maintained under field conditions for 30 days. The incidence of Fusarium moniliforme [Gibberella moniliformis], Rhizopus stolonifer, Aspergillus niger, Penicillium spp., Drechslera longirostrata, Stachybotrys spp. and Chaetomium spp. was significantly reduced by seed treatment with essential oils. Seed treatment completely eradicated F. solani in wheat and palak, and F. semitectum [F. pallidoroseum] in Italian millet. The essential oils reduced the incidence of ...
Objective: The present study is an attempt to investigate the diuretic effect of fruit extracts, phytochemical screening, isolation and identification of phytoconstituents from petroleum ether, benzene, chloroform, alcohol and aqueous extracts of Xanthium strumarium. Materials and methods: The animals were divided into four groups each. Group-I was treated only with normal saline solution and serve as control. Group-II was received furosemide at a dose of 5 mg/Kg, p.o. and it was considered as positive control group. Group-III & Group-IV received the petroleum ether extract (PEE) at doses of 250 and 500mg/Kg, p.o. respectively. After oral administration of PEE, the urinary output of each group was recorded at different time intervals from the graduated urine chamber at metabolic cage. The volume of urine collected was measured at the end of 5 h. Results: We observed a potent diuretic and electrolyte activity in petroleum ether extract of Xanthium strumarium L fruits. The Diuretic activity was not
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Disclosed are variants of Humicola grisea CeI7A (CBH1.1), H. jecorina CBH1 variant or S. thermophilium CBH1, nucleic acids encoding the same and methods for producing the same. The variant cellulases have the amino acid sequence of a glycosyl hydrolase of family 7A wherein one or more amino acid residues are substituted.
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1PVX: The tertiary structure at 1.59 A resolution and the proposed amino acid sequence of a family-11 xylanase from the thermophilic fungus Paecilomyces varioti bainier.
Myriococcum thermophilum CBS 389.93 ( [http://genome.fungalgenomics.ca/species/Myriococcum_thermophilum_final_img.html description ...
Myriococcum thermophilum CBS 389.93 ( [http://genome.fungalgenomics.ca/species/Myriococcum_thermophilum_final_img.html description ...
Chlorine Dioxide Gas Molecule Size = 0.124 Nanometers or 8.06451612903 Chlorine Dioxide Gas Molecules = 1 Nanometer (1000 Nanometers = 1 Micron) (Oxygen = 0.0005 Micron in size) (Approximately 4 Chlorine Dioxide Gas Molecules will fit inside 0.0005 microns). (Atmospheric Dust = 0.001-40 Microns in size) (Approx. 8 Chlorine Dioxide Gas Molecules will fit inside 0.001 microns). (Viruses = 0.005 - 0.3 Microns in size) (Approximately 40 Chlorine Dioxide Gas Molecules will fit inside 0.005 microns). (Tobacco Smoke = 0.01 - 4 Microns in size) (Approximately 80 Chlorine Dioxide Gas Molecules will fit inside 0.01 microns). (Ozone = 0.1 - 0.2 Microns in size) (Approximately 800 Chlorine Dioxide Gas Molecules will fit inside 0.1 microns). (Lead = 0.1-0.7 Microns in size) (Approximately 800 Chlorine Dioxide Gas Molecules will fit inside 0.1 microns). (Bacteria = 0.3 - 60 Microns in size) (Approximately 2,400 Chlorine Dioxide Gas Molecules will fit inside 0.3 microns). (Insecticide Dusts = 0.5-10 Microns in ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Genetic variation of blast (Pyricularia oryzae cavara) resistance in rice (oryza sativa l.) accessions widely used in kenya. AU - Fukuta, Yoshimichi. AU - Suzuki, Tomohisa. AU - Yanagihara, Seiji. AU - Obara, Mitsuhiro. AU - Tomita, Asami. AU - Ohsawa, Ryo. AU - Machungo, Catherine Wanjiku. AU - Hayashi, Nagao. AU - Makihara, Daigo. N1 - Funding Information: This study was carried out under the Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS) research projects Development of rice production technologies in Africa and Rice Innovation for Environmentally Sustainable Production Systems from 2011 to 2015, and Development of sustainable technologies to increase agricultural productivity and improve food security in Africa from 2016 to 2020, funded by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan. And Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) and National Commission For Science, Technology and Innovation (NACOSTI) under the Bilateral ...
Catalase-peroxidases are bifunctional enzymes that catalyze the removal of hydrogen peroxide by two distinct pathways (catalase and peroxidase). They are central to antibiotic resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis and may be virulence factors in several dangerous human pathogens. These enzymes also hold much promise for engineering new enzymes to combat long-standing problems (e.g., environmental contamination by toxic pollutants). Currently, understanding of catalase-peroxidase structure and function is lacking to facilitate new drug development and enzyme engineering. The purpose of the research described in this dissertation is to understand the molecular basis for the unique catalytic abilities of catalase-peroxidases to fully capitalize on their potential. The versatile catalytic abilities of these enzymes arise from an active site that is normally restricted to one activity (i.e., peroxidase). This is facilitated by three structures which are quite distant from the active site: a ...
Tom Simonite, www.newscientist.com A new catalyst that can split carbon dioxide gas could allow us to use carbon from the atmosphere as a fuel source in a
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The male compound flowers are about across, consisting of numerous staminate florets that have stamens with prominent white anthers. Each male compound flower occurs on a short pedicel and is slightly rounded at the top, while at the base there are 1-3 series of white floral bracts. After shedding their pollen, the male flowers quickly fade away. The female compound flowers are up to 1 long and 1 across. Each female compound flower contains 2 pistillate florets, which are nearly enclosed by a prickly floral bract with a bur-like appearance. The female compound flowers are initially green, but turn brown as they mature and are slow to detach from the racemes. They are sessile or have short petioles. The surface of the floral bract is covered with curly white hairs, while the prickles are hooked at their tips. At the apex of each bur, there are a pair of spines that are longer and more stout than the prickles. At the base of each spine, there is a small opening for the divided style of a ...
Description: In this Part 2 video, I will perform the experiment to see if I can get 290mL of carbon dioxide gas. After three attempts, the maximum percentage yield that I have obtained was less 47%. I will repeat this experiment again in ...
Exploring the applications and benefits of the Keshe foundations discoveries concerning Carbon Dioxide Gas as Nano-State, known as CO2 GANS.
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0011] According to an aspect of the invention, there is provided a carbon dioxide gas recovery device including: an absorption tower that is configured to introduce a carbon dioxide-containing gas containing carbon dioxide gas and a lean absorbent, bring the carbon dioxide-containing gas and the lean absorbent into contact with each other, and cause the absorbent to absorb carbon dioxide gas in the carbon dioxide-containing gas to generate a rich absorbent; and a regeneration tower that is configured to regenerate the lean absorbent by heating the rich absorbent supplied from the absorption tower to separate carbon dioxide gas from the rich absorbent, wherein the regeneration tower includes: a reboiler system that is configured to lead the absorbent from the regeneration tower, heat the led absorbent, and reintroduce the resultant absorbent into the regeneration tower; and a mixed gas cooling system that is configured to lead a mixed gas of carbon dioxide gas and a vapor fraction of a solute and ...
In this study we identified the L-arabinose-responsive regulator of Pyricularia oryzae that regulates L-arabinose release and catabolism. Previously we identified the Zn2Cys6 transcription factor (TF) AraR that has this role in the Trichocomaceae family (Eurotiales), but is absent in other fungi. Candidate Zn2Cys6 TF genes were selected according to their transcript profiles on L-arabinose. Deletion mutants of these genes were screened for their growth phenotype on L-arabinose. One mutant, named Δara1, was further analyzed. Our analysis demonstrated that Ara1 from P. oryzae is the functional homolog of AraR from A. niger, while sequence analysis did not reveal significant homology between them.
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Marine and terrestrial palynomorphs from the Middle Jurassic Wanaea verrucosa dinoflagellate cyst zone are documented from subsurface sections of the North West Shelf of Australia. Selected intervals in the Perseus-3A, Sunrise-2 and Sunset West-1 wells were studied in detail and record evidence of brackish to shallow marine successions in the Northern Carnarvon and Bonaparte basins. The palynological data derived from these three wells constitute the basis for the formal definition of this important dinoflagellate cyst biozone and its three constituent subzones. The base of the Lower W. verrucosa Subzone is defined by the first appearance of the index species and is a relatively sparse, low diversity microphytoplankton assemblage; species richness increases up-section. The base of the succeeding Middle W. verrucosa Subzone is defined by the range base of Valvaeodinium spinosum, and the Upper W. verrucosa Subzone is defined by the incoming of the large and distinctive species Endoscrinium ...
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Pigs rooting and grazing in cocklebur infested places are the most often poisoned domestic species, with those weighing between 20-50 pounds being the most susceptible. Poisoning also affects cattle, sheep, horses, and fowl.. The plant is most hazardous at the seedling stage because of its toxicity as well as palatability. Ingestion of young seedlings in the amount of 0.75% of the animals weight may result in clinical signs of toxicosis in a few hours and death in 24-48 hours. Approximately 500 seedlings was lethal to a 40-pound pig. The seeds are poisonous at 0.3% of animal weight but are seldom eaten because of their spiny capsule. Occasionally the eating of the ripe spiny capsules is said to result in intestinal obstruction. Mature plants, however, are seldom eaten, perhaps because of their bitterness and rough texture.. Toxic Principle ...
Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients in White Thorn. List of various diseases cured by White Thorn. How White Thorn is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format. Names of White Thorn in various languages of the world are also given.
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write the balanced chemical equation for reaction the following chemical reaction ozone gas, O3 , reacts with 3,3,4,4,5,5-hexamethyl-1-hexyne, H-C ßC-C(CH3)2-C(CH3)2-C(CH3)2-CH3 to produce carbon dioxide gas, CO2 , and water gas ...
The red coloring in the rose is being reduced and turns white. Therefore, the sulfur dioxide is acting as a bleaching agent as well.. SO2 + red rose pigment---, SO42- + reduced pigment (white). Going further: the reduced pigment (white) can be oxidized again by putting the rose in nitrogen dioxide gas. See video below.. reduce pigment (white) + NO2---, NO + oxidized pigment (red) ...
Castro WM de, Baldasso PA, Honório KM, Maltarollo VG, Ribeiro RIMA, Carvalho BMA de, Soares AM, Calderon L de A, Stábeli RG, Odena Caballol MA, Acosta GA, Oliveira E de, Marangoni S, Alberício F, Silva SL da. A novel phospholipase A2 (D49) from the venom of the Crotalus oreganus abyssus (North American Grand Canyon Rattlesnake) [Internet]. BioMed Research International. 2014 ; 2014 1-15.Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/ ...
Ďalším albumom, ktorý sa mi dostal do uší tento rok je novinka od tejto dánskej kapely. Na úvod musím povedať, že od radikálnej obmeny ich zostavy po debute Glow of Down, kedy z pôvodnej zostavy […]. ...
II; Chaetomium". Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. 30 (1): 163-167. doi:10.1007/BF02046722. PMID 14195246. Amandeep K, Atri NS, Munruchi ... Some coprophilous fungi are also known to grow from the dung of omnivores (such as Chaetomium globisporum from rat droppings) ... or even carnivores (such as Chaetomium rajasthanense, from tiger feces). Although not all coprophilous fungi produce mushrooms ...
It was discovered in 1981 in Chaetomium gracile fungi, and its interaction with the insulin receptor was identified in 2014. ... "Mycotoxin production by Chaetomium spp. And related fungi". Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 27 (8): 766-72. doi:10.1139/m81- ...
"Diversity and taxonomy of Chaetomium and chaetomium-like fungi from indoor environments". Studies in Mycology. 84: 145-224. doi ... The genus was created in 2016 from several species formerly in the genus Chaetomium. "Arcopilus". MycoBank. Retrieved 10 August ...
... an Hsp90 Inhibitor Resorcylic Acid Lactone from Chaetomium chiversii". Chemistry. 15 (12): 1328-1338. doi:10.1016/j.chembiol. ... an Hsp90 Inhibitor Resorcylic Acid Lactone from Chaetomium chiversii". Chemistry. 15 (12): 1328-1338. doi:10.1016/j.chembiol. ...
Chaetomium cochliodes Strain:CCM F-232, soil fungus (2016[62]). *Chaetomium globosum Strain:CBS 148.51, soil fungus (2005[63]) ... Chaetomium thermophilum Strain:CBS 144.50, soil fungus (2011[64]). *Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici 4287, human/plant ... "Chaetomium globosum Genome Project". broadinstitute.org. 15 May 2015. Retrieved 24 November 2018.. ... "Genome sequence of the filamentous soil fungus Chaetomium cochliodes reveals abundance of genes for heme enzymes from all ...
... uncinatum Acremonium verruculosum Acremonium vitellinum Acremonium zeae Acremonium zeylanicum Acremonium zonatum Chaetomium ...
... atrobrunneum Chaetomium carinthiacum Chaetomium cupreum Chaetomium cellulolyticum Chaetomium elatum Chaetomium ... funicola Chaetomium globosum Chaetomium grande Chaetomium interruptum Chaetomium iranianum Chaetomium jatrophae Chaetomium ... Chaetomium perlucidum Chaetomium rectangulare Chaetomium strumarium Chaetomium subspirale Chaetomium thermophilum Chaetomium ... Chaetomium is a genus of fungi in the Chaetomiaceae family. It is a dematiaceous (dark-walled) mold normally found in soil, air ...
An Chaetomium aureum in nahilalakip ha genus nga Chaetomium, ngan familia nga Chaetomiaceae.[2][3] Waray hini subspecies nga ... An Chaetomium aureum[1] in uska species han Fungi in nahilalakip ha divisio nga Ascomycota, ngan nga ginhulagway ni Chivers ... Ginkuha tikang ha "https://war.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Chaetomium_aureum&oldid=5239326" ...
Method of Immunization: Three 5- to 7-week-old female BALB/cJ mice were immunized via intraperitoneal (IP) injection with a 50:50 (v/v) emulsion of 25 mg of the purified recombinant C. globosum enolase protein and TiterMax Gold Adjuvant. Five subsequent booster IP immunizations containing 5 mg recombinant C. globosum enolase in sterile PBS were administered at biweekly intervals. The final boost w
Chaetomium globosum ATCC ® 66563™ Designation: 959-FM [UAMH 7763] Application: Biomedical Research and Development Material ... Chaetomium globosum Kunze : Fries (ATCC® 66563™) Strain Designations: 959-FM [UAMH 7763] / Product Format: freeze-dried ... Cutaneous and ungual phaeohyphomycosis caused by species of Chaetomium Kunze (1817) ex Fresenius, 1829. J. Med. Vet. Mycol. 26 ... Fatal cerebral mycoses caused by the ascomycete Chaetomium strumarium. J. Clin. Microbiol. 33: 2692-2698, 1995. PubMed: 8567907 ...
Chaetomium funicola Cooke, 1873. Species Chaetomium globosum Kunze, 1817. Species Chaetomium heteropilum N.J. Artemczuk, 1980. ... Chaetomium cochliodes Palliser, 1910. Species Chaetomium elatum Kunze & Schmidt, 1824. Species Chaetomium erectum Skolko & J.W ... Chaetomium aterrimum Ellis & Everh., 1910. Species Chaetomium bostrychodes Zopf., 1877. Species ... Kirk, Paul M.; Clipson, N. (2009). Chaetomium Kunze, 1817. In: Index Fungorum Partnership (2017). Index Fungorum. Accessed ...
Bioactive metabolites from chaetomium globosum L18, an endophytic fungus in the medicinal plant curcuma wenyujin.(Short ... The endophytic fungus Chaetomium globosum strain L18 was isolated from the leaves of the medicinal plant Curcuma wenyujin. The ... Keywords: Curcuma wenyujin Chaetomium globosum L18 Endophytic fungi Metabolites Antifungal activity Cytotoxic activity ABSTR ... Bioactive metabolites from chaetomium globosum L18, an endophytic fungus in the medicinal plant curcuma wenyujin.. ...
Chaetoglobin A (1) and B (2) were originally isolated from the endophytic fungus Chaetomium globosum.1 Chaetoglobin A has been ... Chaetoglobin A (1) and B (2) were originally isolated from the endophytic fungus Chaetomium globosum.1 Chaetoglobin A has been ...
... lignin-degrading Phanerochaete chrysosporium and cellulose-degrading Chaetomium thermophilum. Each fungus was inoculated on ...
p,Chaetocin, a natural thiodioxopiperazine product from Chaetomium species, is a lysine-specific histone methyltransferase ... Chaetocin, a natural thiodioxopiperazine product from Chaetomium species, is a lysine-specific histone methyltransferase ...
Penicillium and Chaetomium are likely to start colonies. The colonies may be visible or they may be hidden in places such as ...
Chaetomium globosum, Cladosporium sphaerosperum, Eurotium (A) amstelodami, Paecilomyces variotii, Pencillium brevicompactum, ...
Table 1 lists fungi like Aureobasidium pullulans which can degrade Polyvinyl chloride, Chaetomium globosum which has enzymes ( ...
Chaetomium atrobrunneum Chaetomium carinthiacum Chaetomium cupreum Chaetomium cellulolyticum Chaetomium elatum Chaetomium ... funicola Chaetomium globosum Chaetomium grande Chaetomium interruptum Chaetomium iranianum Chaetomium jatrophae Chaetomium ... Chaetomium perlucidum Chaetomium rectangulare Chaetomium strumarium Chaetomium subspirale Chaetomium thermophilum Chaetomium ... Chaetomium is a genus of fungi in the Chaetomiaceae family. It is a dematiaceous (dark-walled) mold normally found in soil, air ...
CHGG_06975 [Chaetomium globosum CBS 148.51] CHGG_06975 [Chaetomium globosum CBS 148.51]. Gene ID:4393244 ... Chaetomium globosum CBS 148.51 (strain: CBS 148.51) Lineage. Eukaryota; Fungi; Dikarya; Ascomycota; Pezizomycotina; ... CHGG_06975 hypothetical protein [ Chaetomium globosum CBS 148.51 ] Gene ID: 4393244, updated on 10-Sep-2016 ... XM_001224630.1 → XP_001224631.1 hypothetical protein CHGG_06975 [Chaetomium globosum CBS 148.51] ...
Chaetomium cupreum,/i,. A total of 5538 ESTs were sequenced and assembled into 2162 unigenes including 585 contigs and 1577 ... Q. Yang, Evaluation of Chaetomium for Biological Control of Fusarium Wilt of Tomato in P. R. China, Biological Control and ... Transcriptional Profiling of ESTs from the Biocontrol Fungus Chaetomium cupreum. Haiyan Zhang. 1. ,. 2 and Min Li3. 1College of ... Comparative analysis was applied to two cDNA/ESTs libraries (C1 and C2) from Chaetomium cupreum. A total of 5538 ESTs were ...
Chaetomium cochliodes,≥98% HPLC; Chetomin is a natural metabolite, which blocks the interaction of HIF1α and HIF2α with ... Chetomin is a natural metabolite produced by several species of the genus Chaetomium. Chetomin disrupts the hypoxia-inducible ... Chetomin is a natural metabolite produced by several species of the genus Chaetomium. Chetomin is an epidithiodioxopiperazine ...
... were isolated from the endophytic fungus Chaetomium globosum CDW7. Compounds 1 and 2 were characterized as an isocoumarin and ... Keywords: Chaetomium globosum; isocoumarin derivatives; indole alkaloid; antifungal activity Chaetomium globosum; isocoumarin ... Yan W, Cao L-L, Zhang Y-Y, Zhao R, Zhao S-S, Khan B, Ye Y-H. New Metabolites from Endophytic Fungus Chaetomium globosum CDW7. ... Yan, W.; Cao, L.-L.; Zhang, Y.-Y.; Zhao, R.; Zhao, S.-S.; Khan, B.; Ye, Y.-H. New Metabolites from Endophytic Fungus Chaetomium ...
... of Chaetomium globosum hyphae and developing spores. Chaetomium spp. occur in many different environments and can rapidly ... Chaetomium is an ascomycete, and in most species the spores are lemon-shaped, with a single germ pore. Several species have ... Caption: Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Chaetomium globosum hyphae and developing spores. Chaetomium spp. occur ... Chaetomium is an ascomycete, and in most species the spores are lemon-shaped, with a single germ pore. Several species have ...
Chaetomium thermophilum var. thermophilum DSM 1495. Mutation(s): 0 Gene Names: NAT10, CTHT_0016220. EC: 2.3.1. ... Chaetomium thermophilum var. thermophilum DSM 1495. Mutation(s): 0 Gene Names: PNO1, DIM2, CTHT_0030540. ... Chaetomium thermophilum var. thermophilum DSM 1495. Mutation(s): 0 Gene Names: UTP11, CTHT_0060630. ... Chaetomium thermophilum var. thermophilum DSM 1495. Mutation(s): 0 Gene Names: RPS1, CTHT_0028780. ...
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Chaetomium thermophilum (strain DSM 1495 / CBS 144.50 / IMI 039719) (fungus). Method. single particle reconstruction / cryo EM ... Cryo-EM structure of the 90S pre-ribosome from Chaetomium thermophilum. Map data. Details. Sample. The 90S Pre-ribosomne* ... Here, we present the 3.2-Å-resolution structure of the Chaetomium thermophilum 90S preribosome, which allowed us to build ... EMDB-3847: Cryo-EM structure of the 90S pre-ribosome from Chaetomium thermophilum - ...
Liu, Z., Yang, Q., Hu, S. et al. Cloning and characterization of a novel chitinase gene (chi46) from Chaetomium globosum and ... In the current study, the gene for a 46-kDa endochitinase (chi46) was cloned from Chaetomium globosum, an important biocontrol ... Dhingra OD, Mizubuti ESG, Santana FM (2003) Chaetomium globosum for reducing primary inoculum of Diaporthe phaseolorum f. sp. ... Biswas SK, Srivastava KD, Aggarwal R, Dureja P, Singh DV (2000) Antagonism of Chaetomium globosum to Drechslera sorokiniana, ...
We show that this filamentous fungus is closely related but not identical to Chaetomium globosum and Chaetomium elatum. We ... We release the 34.7 Mbp draft genome of Chaetomium cochliodes CCM F-232 consisting of 6036 contigs with an average size of 5756 ... Source and cultivation of Chaetomium cochliodes and isolation of genomic DNA. Chaetomium cochliodes CCM F-232 was obtained from ... We show that this filamentous fungus is closely related but not identical to Chaetomium globosum and Chaetomium elatum. We ...
We report the identification and characterization of the caz biosynthetic cluster from Chaetomium globosum and the ... Identification and Characterization of the Chaetoviridin and Chaetomugilin Gene Cluster in Chaetomium globosum Reveals Dual ... Chaetoviridins constitute a large family of structurally related secondary metabolites isolated from Chaetomium fungi. To ...
Diversity and taxonomy of Chaetomium and chaetomium-like fungi from indoor environments. Wang, X.W.; Houbraken, J.; Groenewald ... Diversity and taxonomy of Chaetomium and chaetomium-like fungi from indoor environments. Login ... The generic concept of Subramaniula is expanded to include several chaetomium-like taxa as well as one indoor species. Humicola ... In our collection, 69 % of the indoor isolates with six species cluster with members of the Chaetomium globosum species complex ...
... Plomley, NJB (1946) Induction of change in the fungus chaetomium by irradiation with monochromatic ultra-violet and the ... 1. Change induced in the fungus Chaetomium by irradiation of the. spore with monochromatic ultra-violet has been investigated ...
Cloning and expression of a small heat and salt tolerant protein (Hsp22) from Chaetomium globosum. ... The present study reports molecular characterization of small heat shock protein gene in Indian isolates of Chaetomium globosum ...
Analysis of Epipolythiodioxopiperazines in Fungus Chaetomium cochliodes Using HPLC-ESI-MS/MS/MS ...
Extracts of a strain of Aspergillus fumigatus stimulate fruiting of Chaetomium globosum, but the factor responsible is not ... Further Observations on the Sporulation of Chaetomium globosum * H. W. BUSTON and ELIZABETH J. KING ... SUMMARY: Extracts of a strain of Aspergillus fumigatus stimulate fruiting of Chaetomium globosum, but the factor responsible is ...
An Chaetomium aureum in nahilalakip ha genus nga Chaetomium, ngan familia nga Chaetomiaceae.[2][3] Waray hini subspecies nga ... An Chaetomium aureum[1] in uska species han Fungi in nahilalakip ha divisio nga Ascomycota, ngan nga ginhulagway ni Chivers ... Ginkuha tikang ha "https://war.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Chaetomium_aureum&oldid=5239326" ...
II; Chaetomium". Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. 30 (1): 163-167. doi:10.1007/BF02046722. PMID 14195246. Amandeep K, Atri NS, Munruchi ... Some coprophilous fungi are also known to grow from the dung of omnivores (such as Chaetomium globisporum from rat droppings) ... or even carnivores (such as Chaetomium rajasthanense, from tiger feces). Although not all coprophilous fungi produce mushrooms ...
Chaetomium fieberi Corda, Icones 1: 24, 1837. (fide Ames, 1963).. = Chaetomium lanosum Peck, Rep. New York State Mus. Natural ... Chaetomium coprophilum Narendra & Rao, Nova Hedwigia 27: 632, 1976.. = Chaetomium. rectum Serg., Not. Syst. Sect. Crypt. Inst. ... Chaetomium cymatotrichum Cooke, Grevillea 12: 21, 1883. (fide Ames, 1963).. = Chaetomium kunzeanum var. fimicolum Bommer & ... Chaetomium subterraneum Swift & Povah, Mycologia 21: 210, 1929. (fide Ames, 1963).. = Chaetomium deustum Batista & Pontual, Bol ...
Chaetomium globosum is the most common and widespread.. Chaetomium is an ascomycete that produces ascospores in dense, hairy ... Chaetomium species grow best at between 25 and 35° C.. Chaetomium species often occur together with other fungi that digest ... Fungi of the Month IV: Chaetomium species. By Subramanian Thiagarajan. Chaetomium is a large fungal genus species of which are ... Chaetomium is a wood decay fungus, causing soft-rot. It is capable of degrading cellulose and hemi-cellulose and may partially ...
... *Arg Kinase Binding Protein 2 (ArgBP2) Interaction With α- ... Production of a Chaetomium globosum Enolase Monoclonal Antibody. Green et al., Monoclonal Antibodies in Immunodiagnosis and ...
Please confirm that you want to SAVE all your changes for Chaetomium funicola MPI-SDFR-AT-0129 v1.0. ... Please confirm that you want to DISCARD all your changes for Chaetomium funicola MPI-SDFR-AT-0129 v1.0. ... The sequenced Chaetomium funicola MPI-SDFR-AT-0129 isolate has been isolated from healthy Arabidopsis thaliana plants grown in ... Chaetomium (Ascomycota, Sordariomycetes, Sordariales) is a genus of common soil fungi that comprises up to 100 species. Species ...
Anti-inflammatory Metabolites from Chaetomium nigricolor. Min Jee Kim, Dong Cheol Kim, Jaeyoung Kwon, Seung Mok Ryu, Haeun Kwon ... Anti-inflammatory Metabolites from Chaetomium nigricolor. / Kim, Min Jee; Kim, Dong Cheol; Kwon, Jaeyoung; Ryu, Seung Mok; Kwon ... Fingerprint Dive into the research topics of Anti-inflammatory Metabolites from Chaetomium nigricolor. Together they form a ... N2 - Twelve metabolites were obtained from the culture media of Chaetomium nigricolor, including a new furan derivative, methyl ...
CHAETOMIUM GLOBOSUM solution GRAIN SMUT MIX (ustilago maydis, ustilago tritici, ustilago nuda and ustilago avenae) solution ...
Chaetomium, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, autoclaving, bacteria, biosynthesis, endophytes, fermentation, fungi, isoquinoline ... Chaetolines A and B, Pyrano[3,2-f]isoquinoline Alkaloids from Cultivation of Chaetomium sp. in the Presence of Autoclaved ... were obtained from a crude extract of the fungal endophyte Chaetomium sp. after cultivation in the presence of autoclaved ...
  • Monoclonal antibody 1C7 against Chaetomium globosum enolase. (cdc.gov)
  • Bioactive metabolites from chaetomium globosum L18, an endophytic fungus in the medicinal plant curcuma wenyujin. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • We recently isolated the endophytic fungus Chaetomium globosum from the leaves of C. wenyujin based upon analysis of the nucleotide sequences of the 18S and internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region of the ribosomal RNA gene and morphological characteristics. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • Chaetoglobin A (1) and B (2) were originally isolated from the endophytic fungus Chaetomium globosum.1 Chaetoglobin A has been shown to be potentially active against human colon and breast cancer. (upenn.edu)
  • Cutaneous and ungual phaeohyphomycosis caused by species of Chaetomium Kunze (1817) ex Fresenius, 1829. (atcc.org)
  • Chaetocin, a natural thiodioxopiperazine product from Chaetomium species, is a lysine-specific histone methyltransferase inhibitor, which reduces the histone methyltransferase effects of SUV39H1 with IC50 value of 0.8 μM. (apexbt.com)
  • Five metabolites including two new ones, prochaetoviridin A ( 1 ) and chaetoindolin A ( 2 ), were isolated from the endophytic fungus Chaetomium globosum CDW7. (mdpi.com)
  • Ye, Y.-H. New Metabolites from Endophytic Fungus Chaetomium globosum CDW7. (mdpi.com)
  • Yan W, Cao L-L, Zhang Y-Y, Zhao R, Zhao S-S, Khan B, Ye Y-H. New Metabolites from Endophytic Fungus Chaetomium globosum CDW7. (mdpi.com)
  • Bioactive metabolites from chaetomium globosum L18, an endophytic fungus in the medicinal plant curcuma wenyujin. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • We recently isolated the endophytic fungus Chaetomium globosum from the leaves of C. wenyujin based upon analysis of the nucleotide sequences of the 18S and internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region of the ribosomal RNA gene and morphological characteristics. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • A previous study showed that the endophytic fungus Chaetomium globosum CEF-082 could control Verticillium wilt of cotton, and induce a defense response in cotton plants. (biomedcentral.com)
  • We release the 34.7 Mbp draft genome of Chaetomium cochliodes CCM F-232 consisting of 6036 contigs with an average size of 5756 bp and reconstructed its phylogeny. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The filamentous fungus Chaetomium cochliodes was long considered to be a variant of Chaetomium globosum (cf. the NCBI taxonomy database at www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/taxonomy ) but already in very early studies e.g. [ 3 ] it was shown that C. cochliodes produces the antibiotic chaetomin which was shown to be highly active mainly against Gram-positive bacteria. (biomedcentral.com)
  • These findings - together with the fact that peroxidases participate in diverse fungal secondary metabolism pathways [ 5 - 9 ] - prompted us to sequence the entire genome of Chaetomium cochliodes strain CCM-F232 for detailed comparative studies. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The first members of a new alkaloid class, chaetolines A (1) and B (2), which feature a pyrano[3,2-f]isoquinoline core structure, were obtained from a crude extract of the fungal endophyte Chaetomium sp. (usda.gov)
  • Any fungal metabolite produced during a metabolic reaction in the mould, Chaetomium . (ebi.ac.uk)
  • An Chaetomium aureum in nahilalakip ha genus nga Chaetomium , ngan familia nga Chaetomiaceae . (wikipedia.org)
  • Kanokmedhakul S, Kanokmedhakul K, Phonkerd N, Soytong K, Kongsaeree P, Suksamrarn A (2002) Antimycobacterial anthraquinone-chromanone compound and diketopiperazine alkaloid from the fungus Chaetomium globosum KMITL-N0802. (springer.com)
  • Our paper " Draft Genome Sequence of the Cellulolytic Fungus Chaetomium globosum . (broadinstitute.org)
  • This taxonomic study redefines the generic concept of Chaetomium and provides new insight into the phylogenetic relationships among different genera within Chaetomiaceae. (up.ac.za)
  • Chaetomium atrobrunneum Chaetomium carinthiacum Chaetomium cupreum Chaetomium cellulolyticum Chaetomium elatum Chaetomium funicola Chaetomium globosum Chaetomium grande Chaetomium interruptum Chaetomium iranianum Chaetomium jatrophae Chaetomium megalocarpum Chaetomium perlucidum Chaetomium rectangulare Chaetomium strumarium Chaetomium subspirale Chaetomium thermophilum Chaetomium truncatulum Chaetomium olivaceum Chaetomium undulatulum Kirk PM, Cannon PF, Minter DW, Stalpers JA (2008). (wikipedia.org)
  • We show that this filamentous fungus is closely related but not identical to Chaetomium globosum and Chaetomium elatum . (biomedcentral.com)
  • Comparative analysis was applied to two cDNA/ESTs libraries (C1 and C2) from Chaetomium cupreum . (hindawi.com)
  • Please confirm that you want to SAVE all your changes for 'Chaetomium funicola MPI-SDFR-AT-0129 v1.0' . (doe.gov)
  • Chaetomium funicola MPI-SDFR-AT-0129 growing in the lab. (doe.gov)
  • The sequenced Chaetomium funicola MPI-SDFR-AT-0129 isolate has been isolated from healthy Arabidopsis thaliana plants grown in natural soil after surface sterilization of plant roots. (doe.gov)
  • Fatal cerebral mycoses caused by the ascomycete Chaetomium strumarium. (atcc.org)
  • Twelve metabolites were obtained from the culture media of Chaetomium nigricolor, including a new furan derivative, methyl succinyl Sumiki's acid (1), and two new atropisomers of the previously reported bis-naphtho-γ-pyrones, (aS)-asperpyrone A and (aS)-fonsecinone A (2 and 3). (elsevier.com)
  • Chaetomium globosum , a saprophytic fungus, is known for producing many secondary metabolites, including cytotoxic chaetoglobosin A (ChA), as well as abundant cellulase and xylanase. (biomedcentral.com)
  • In the current study, the gene for a 46-kDa endochitinase ( chi46 ) was cloned from Chaetomium globosum , an important biocontrol fungus. (springer.com)
  • IMDAD, Syeda Sana y JAMIL, Amer . Comparative study for the kinetics of extracellular xylanases from Trichoderma harzianum and Chaetomium thermophilum . (conicyt.cl)
  • A cytochalasan alkaloid found in Chaetomium globosum and Chaetomium brasiliense . (ebi.ac.uk)
  • and ascomycetes (Chaetomium spp. (asm.org)
  • Details - A monograph of the genera Chaetomium and Ascotricha. (wikipedia.org)
  • To understand the underlying molecular mechanisms, we have determined the 3.2-Å resolution cryo-electron microscopy structure of the ATPγS-bound, heterotrimeric cohesin ATPase head module and the 2.1-Å resolution crystal structure of a nucleotide-free Smc1-Scc1 subcomplex from Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Chaetomium thermophilium. (rcsb.org)
  • A few cases of fatal deep infections due to Chaetomium atrobrunneum have been reported in the immunocompromised people. (wikipedia.org)
  • In Vitro Activities of New Antifungal Agents against Chaetomium spp. (healingwell.com)
  • Ein drittes putatives Prenyltransferasegen, CHGG_03684, konnte aus Chaetomium globosum kloniert und in verschiedenen Expressionssystemen getestet werden. (uni-marburg.de)
  • Biswas SK, Srivastava KD, Aggarwal R, Dureja P, Singh DV (2000) Antagonism of Chaetomium globosum to Drechslera sorokiniana , the spot blotch pathogen of wheat. (springer.com)
  • Chaetolines A and B, Pyrano[3,2-f]isoquinoline Alkaloids from Cultivation of Chaetomium sp. (usda.gov)
  • Analysis of the genome of C. thermophilum [ 1 ] mainly focused on the presence of genes coding for nucleoporins of high thermal stability, whereas the draft genome of Chaetomium globosum [ 2 ] was mainly asked for diverse genes coding cellulolytic pathways. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Five known compounds and eight novel azaphilone derivatives were isolated from Chaetomium globosum. (usp.br)
  • Chaetomium are also found indoors on a variety of substrates containing cellulose, including document archives, wallpaper, textiles and construction materials. (doe.gov)