The Aspmine - Comparative genomics analysis of 6 new species of Aspergillus section Sparsi, Ochraceorosei, Tanneri and Robusti

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The Aspmine - Comparative genomics analysis of 6 new species of Aspergillus section Sparsi, Ochraceorosei, Tanneri and Robusti. / Vesth, Tammi ; Lind Nybo, Jane ; Theobald, Sebastian; Frisvad, Jens ; de Vries, Ronald ; Grigoriev, Igor V. ; Baker, Scott E. ; Lyhne, Ellen K.; Kogle, Martin E.; Salamov, Asaf; Kuo, Alan; Riley, Robert; Hainaut, Matthieu; Andersen, Mikael R.

2018. Poster session presented at 14th European Conference on Fungal Genetics, Haifa, Israel.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster – Annual report year: 2018Researchpeer-review

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Vesth, T, Lind Nybo, J, Theobald, S, Frisvad, J, de Vries, R, Grigoriev, IV, Baker, SE, Lyhne, EK, Kogle, ME, Salamov, A, Kuo, A, Riley, R, Hainaut, M & Andersen, MR 2018, 'The Aspmine - Comparative genomics analysis of 6 new species of Aspergillus section Sparsi, Ochraceorosei, Tanneri and Robusti' 14th European Conference on Fungal Genetics, Haifa, Israel, 25/02/2018 - 28/02/2018, .

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Vesth T, Lind Nybo J, Theobald S, Frisvad J, de Vries R, Grigoriev IV, Baker SE, Lyhne EK, Kogle ME, Salamov A, Kuo A, Riley R, Hainaut M, Andersen MR. 2018. The Aspmine - Comparative genomics analysis of 6 new species of Aspergillus section Sparsi, Ochraceorosei, Tanneri and Robusti. Poster session presented at 14th European Conference on Fungal Genetics, Haifa, Israel.

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Vesth T, Lind Nybo J, Theobald S, Frisvad J, de Vries R, Grigoriev IV et al. The Aspmine - Comparative genomics analysis of 6 new species of Aspergillus section Sparsi, Ochraceorosei, Tanneri and Robusti. 2018. Poster session presented at 14th European Conference on Fungal Genetics, Haifa, Israel.

Author

Vesth, Tammi ; Lind Nybo, Jane ; Theobald, Sebastian ; Frisvad, Jens ; de Vries, Ronald ; Grigoriev, Igor V. ; Baker, Scott E. ; Lyhne, Ellen K. ; Kogle, Martin E. ; Salamov, Asaf ; Kuo, Alan ; Riley, Robert ; Hainaut, Matthieu ; Andersen, Mikael R. / The Aspmine - Comparative genomics analysis of 6 new species of Aspergillus section Sparsi, Ochraceorosei, Tanneri and Robusti. Poster session presented at 14th European Conference on Fungal Genetics, Haifa, Israel.1 p.

Bibtex

@conference{4506121516bd4043b9c91a8ab22c1b17,
title = "The Aspmine - Comparative genomics analysis of 6 new species of Aspergillus section Sparsi, Ochraceorosei, Tanneri and Robusti",
abstract = "Background: Sequencing genomes of filamentouse fungi will reveal the genetic mechanisms that lead to a high diversity and frequency of bioactive compounds.Conclusions: Sequencing of new species identifies thousands of new proteins and gene clusters involved in metabolite production.",
author = "Tammi Vesth and {Lind Nybo}, Jane and Sebastian Theobald and Jens Frisvad and {de Vries}, Ronald and Grigoriev, {Igor V.} and Baker, {Scott E.} and Lyhne, {Ellen K.} and Kogle, {Martin E.} and Asaf Salamov and Alan Kuo and Robert Riley and Matthieu Hainaut and Andersen, {Mikael R.}",
year = "2018",
language = "English",
note = "14th European Conference on Fungal Genetics, ECFG14 ; Conference date: 25-02-2018 Through 28-02-2018",

}

RIS

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T1 - The Aspmine - Comparative genomics analysis of 6 new species of Aspergillus section Sparsi, Ochraceorosei, Tanneri and Robusti

AU - Vesth, Tammi

AU - Lind Nybo, Jane

AU - Theobald, Sebastian

AU - Frisvad, Jens

AU - de Vries, Ronald

AU - Grigoriev, Igor V.

AU - Baker, Scott E.

AU - Lyhne, Ellen K.

AU - Kogle, Martin E.

AU - Salamov, Asaf

AU - Kuo, Alan

AU - Riley, Robert

AU - Hainaut, Matthieu

AU - Andersen, Mikael R.

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - Background: Sequencing genomes of filamentouse fungi will reveal the genetic mechanisms that lead to a high diversity and frequency of bioactive compounds.Conclusions: Sequencing of new species identifies thousands of new proteins and gene clusters involved in metabolite production.

AB - Background: Sequencing genomes of filamentouse fungi will reveal the genetic mechanisms that lead to a high diversity and frequency of bioactive compounds.Conclusions: Sequencing of new species identifies thousands of new proteins and gene clusters involved in metabolite production.

M3 - Poster

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