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Identification and Characterization of Fungi Contaminated in the Built-In Furniture of an Apartment Home

Choi MA, Ahn GR, Kim SH

Fungal contamination of built-in furniture is a frequent problem in Korea when new apartment is built. However, domestic information on the contaminating fungi is very limited. This study was conducted...
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Isolation, Identification and Enzymatic Activity of Halotolerant and Halophilic Fungi from the Great Sebkha of Oran in Northwestern of Algeria

Chamekh R, Deniel F, Donot C, Jany JL, Nodet P, Belabid L

The Great Sebkha of Oran is a closed depression located in northwestern of Algeria. Despite the ranking of this sebkha among the wetlands of global importance by Ramsar Convention in...
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Three Unrecorded Species Belonging to Penicillium Section Sclerotiora from Marine Environments in Korea

Park MS, Chung D, Baek K, Lim YW

Species that belong to Penicillium section Sclerotiora are commonly found in various terrestrial environments, but only a few have been reported in marine environments. Because the number of Penicillium species...
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New Records of Four Species Belonging to Eurotiales from Soil and Freshwater in Korea

Pangging M, Nguyen TT, Lee HB

Four strains of Penicillium and Talaromyces species are described and illustrated in an inventory of fungal species belonging to Eurotiales. The strains, CNUFC-DDS17-1, CNUFC-DDS27-1, CNUFC-PTM72-1, and CNUFC-YJW3-31, were isolated from...
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Fungal Diversity and Enzyme Activity Associated with the Macroalgae, Agarum clathratum

Lee S, Park MS, Lee H, Kim JJ, Eimes JA, Lim YW

Agarum clathratum, a brown macroalgae species, has recently become a serious environmental problem on the coasts of Korea. In an effort to solve this problem, fungal diversity associated with decaying...
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Diversity of Aspergillus, Penicillium, and Talaromyces Species Isolated from Freshwater Environments in Korea

Heo I, Hong K, Yang H, Lee HB, Choi YJ, Hong SB

In order to elucidate the fungal diversity and community structure in freshwater environments, numerous fungal strains were isolated from freshwater, submerged soils, twigs, dead insects, etc. Among them, the present...
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New Records of Aspergillus allahabadii and Penicillium sizovae from Crop Field Soil in Korea

Tagele SB, Adhikari M, Gurung SK, Lee HG, Kim SW, Kim HS, Ju HJ, Gwon BH, Kosol S, Lee HB, Lee YS

Two new records of Trichocomaceae, namely Aspergillus allahabadii and Penicillium sizovae, were isolated in 2016 during a survey of fungal diversity in different crop fields locations in Gyeongnam, Korea. These...
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New Meroterpenoids from a Penicillium sp. Fungus

Hwang JY, You MJ, Oh DC, Oh KB, Shin J

Two meroterpenoids (1 and 2) along with twelve known compounds (3 – 14) were isolated from the culture broth of a Penicillium sp. fungus collected from Chuja-do, Korea. Based on...
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Gliotoxin is Antibacterial to Drug-resistant Piscine Pathogens

Feng H, Liu S, Su M, Kim EL, Hong J, Jung JH

By activity-guided fractionation, gliotoxin was isolated as an antibacterial metabolite of the fungus Penicillium decumbens which was derived from the jellyfish Nemopilema nomurai. Gliotoxin was further evaluated for antibacterial activity...
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Effect of Temperature and Relative Humidity on Growth of Aspergillus and Penicillium spp. and Biocontrol Activity of Pseudomonas protegens AS15 against Aflatoxigenic Aspergillus flavus in Stored Rice Grains

Mannaa M, Kim KD

In this study, we evaluated the effect of different temperatures (10, 20, 30, and 40 °C) and relative humidities (RHs; 12, 44, 76, and 98%) on populations of predominant grain fungi...
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Investigation of Filamentous Fungi Producing Safe, Functional Water-Soluble Pigments

Heo YM, Kim K, Kwon SL, Na J, Lee H, Jang S, Kim CH, Jung J, Kim JJ

The production of water-soluble pigments by fungal strains indigenous to South Korea was investigated to find those that are highly productive in submerged culture. Among 113 candidates, 34 strains that...
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Diversity and Antifungal Activity of Endophytic Fungi Associated with Camellia oleifera

Yu J, Wu Y, He Z, Li M, Zhu K, Gao B

Endophytic fungi strains (n = 81) were isolated from the leaves, barks, and fruits of Camellia oleifera from Hunan province (China) to delineate their species composition and potential as biological control agents...
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Biocontrol Activity of Volatile-Producing Bacillus megaterium and Pseudomonas protegens Against Aspergillus and Penicillium spp. Predominant in Stored Rice Grains: Study II

Mannaa M, Kim KD

In our previous studies, Bacillus megaterium KU143, Microbacterium testaceum KU313, and Pseudomonas protegens AS15 have been shown to be antagonistic to Aspergillus flavus in stored rice grains. In this study,...
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Microbial Transformation of Two Prenylated Naringenins

Han F, Lee IS

Microbial transformation of (±)-6-(1,1-dimethylallyl)naringenin (6-DMAN, 1) and (±)-5-(O-prenyl) naringenin-4′,7-diacetate (5-O-PN, 2) was performed by using fungi. Scale-up fermentation studies with Mucor hiemalis, Cunninghamella elegans var. elegans, and Penicillium chrysogenum led...
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Influence of Temperature and Water Activity on Deleterious Fungi and Mycotoxin Production during Grain Storage

Mannaa M, Kim KD

Cereal grains are the most important food source for humans. As the global population continues to grow exponentially, the need for the enhanced yield and minimal loss of agricultural crops,...
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Penicillium Species Other Than Talaromyces marneffei Producing Red Pigment from Clinical Specimens: Isolation of Talaromyces albobiverticillius

Ryu MR, Yoo IY, Song DJ, Huh HJ, Ki CS, Lee NY

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Antimicrobial Efficacy of Penicillium amestolkiae elv609 Extract Treated Cotton Fabric for Diabetic Wound Care

Rozman NA, Hamin NS, Ring LC, Nee TW, Mustapha M, Yenn TW

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disorder which affects millions of population worldwide. Global estimates published in 2010 reported the world diabetic prevalence as 6.4%, affecting 285 million adults. Foot ulceration...
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Anthocyanins from Clitoria ternatea Attenuate Food-Borne Penicillium expansum and its Potential Application as Food Biopreservative

Leong CR, Kamarul Azizi MA, Taher MA, Wahidin S, Lee KC, Tan WN, Tong WY

Clitoria ternatea or Commonly known blue pea, is a perennial climber crop native to Asian countries. The current study was aimed to evaluate the antimicrobial activity C. ternatea extract on...
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Clinical Usefulness of PCR-REBA for Diagnosis of Onychomycosis

Kim JG, Shin DH, Choi JS, Lee CH

BACKGROUND: PCR-based reverse blot hybridization assay (PCR-REBA) has high sensitivity and specificity, can be performed directly on nail samples, is relatively cheaper than other molecular biologic methods, and is useful...
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Distribution of Rhizosphere and Endosphere Fungi on the First-Class Endangered Plant Cypripedium japonicum

Gang GH, Cho G, Kwak YS, Park EH

Endangered native plant habitats and populations are rapidly disappearing because of climate and environmental changes. As a representative, the abundance of the first-class endangered wild plant, Cypripedium japonicum, has been...
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