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  1. Authors: Jonna Bouwknegt, Charlotte C. Koster, Aurin M. Vos, Raúl A. Ortiz-Merino, Mats Wassink, Marijke A. H. Luttik, Marcel van den Broek, Peter L. Hagedoorn and Jack T. Pronk
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:14

    The original article was published in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:10

  2. Fungi are prolific producers of secondary metabolites (SMs), which are bioactive small molecules with important applications in medicine, agriculture and other industries. The backbones of a large proportion o...

    Authors: Cameron L. M. Gilchrist and Yit-Heng Chooi
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:13
  3. Material development based on fungal mycelium is a fast-rising field of study as researchers, industry, and society actively search for new sustainable materials to address contemporary material challenges. Th...

    Authors: Noam Attias, Achiya Livne and Tiffany Abitbol
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:12
  4. Fungi of the genus Trichoderma are routinely used as biocontrol agents and for the production of industrial enzymes. Trichoderma spp. are interesting hosts for heterologous gene expression because their saprotrop...

    Authors: Irene Tomico-Cuenca, Robert L. Mach, Astrid R. Mach-Aigner and Christian Derntl
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:11
  5. In most fungi, quinone-dependent Class-II dihydroorotate dehydrogenases (DHODs) are essential for pyrimidine biosynthesis. Coupling of these Class-II DHODHs to mitochondrial respiration makes their in vivo act...

    Authors: Jonna Bouwknegt, Charlotte C. Koster, Aurin M. Vos, Raúl A. Ortiz-Merino, Mats Wassink, Marijke A. H. Luttik, Marcel van den Broek, Peter L. Hagedoorn and Jack T. Pronk
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:10

    The Correction to this article has been published in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:14

  6. The filamentous ascomycete Trichoderma reesei is used for the industrial production of cellulases and holds the promise for heterologous gene expression due to its outstandingly high protein secretion rates and i...

    Authors: Paul Primerano, Melani Juric, Robert Mach, Astrid Mach-Aigner and Christian Derntl
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:9
  7. Filamentous fungal cell factories are efficient producers of platform chemicals, proteins, enzymes and natural products. Stirred-tank bioreactors up to a scale of several hundred m³ are commonly used for their...

    Authors: Vera Meyer, Timothy Cairns, Lars Barthel, Rudibert King, Philipp Kunz, Stefan Schmideder, Henri Müller, Heiko Briesen, Anna Dinius and Rainer Krull
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:8
  8. This article has been retracted. Please see the Retraction Notice for more detail: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40694-021-00114-7

    Authors: Andrew Adamatzky, Antoni Gandia and Alessandro Chiolerio
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:7

    The original article was published in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:3

  9. A fungal skin is a thin flexible sheet of a living homogeneous mycelium made by a filamentous fungus. The skin could be used in future living architectures of adaptive buildings and as a sensing living skin fo...

    Authors: Andrew Adamatzky, Antoni Gandia and Alessandro Chiolerio
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:6
  10. The filamentous fungi Paecilomyces variotii and Penicillium roqueforti are prevalent food spoilers and are of interest as potential future cell factories. A functional CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing system would be b...

    Authors: Sjoerd J. Seekles, Pepijn P. P. Teunisse, Maarten Punt, Tom van den Brule, Jan Dijksterhuis, Jos Houbraken, Han A. B. Wösten and Arthur F. J. Ram
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:4
  11. A fungal skin is a thin flexible sheet of a living homogeneous mycelium made by a filamentous fungus. The skin could be used in future living architectures of adaptive buildings and as a sensing living skin fo...

    Authors: Andrew Adamatzky, Antoni Gandia and Alessandro Chiolerio
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:3

    The Retraction Note to this article has been published in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:7

  12. Morphology, being one of the key factors influencing productivity of filamentous fungi, is of great interest during bioprocess development. With increasing demand of high-throughput phenotyping technologies fo...

    Authors: Roman Jansen, Kira Küsters, Holger Morschett, Wolfgang Wiechert and Marco Oldiges
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:2
  13. Sclerotium rolfsii is a potent producer of many secondary metabolites, one of which like scleroglucan is an exopolysaccharide (EPS) appreciated as a multipurpose compound applicable in many industrial fields.

    Authors: Tianlong Bai, Teng Wang, Yan Li, Na L. Gao, Lixin Zhang, Wei-Hua Chen and Xiushan Yin
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2021 8:1
  14. Asexuality was considered to be a common feature of a large part of fungi, including those of the genus Aspergillus. However, recent advances and the available genomic and genetic engineering technologies allowed...

    Authors: Valeria Ellena, Michael Sauer and Matthias G. Steiger
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:17
  15. For centuries, filamentous fungi have been used in the making of food and beverages, and for decades for the production of enzymes and pharmaceuticals. In the last decades, the intellectual property (IP) lands...

    Authors: Silvia Hüttner, Anton Johansson, Paulo Gonçalves Teixeira, Puck Achterberg and Ramkumar B. Nair
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:16
  16. Two reference strains have been sequenced from the mushroom Coprinopsis cinerea, monokaryon Okayama 7/#130 (OK130) and the self-compatible homokaryon AmutBmut. An adenine-auxotrophy in OK130 (ade8-1) and a para-a...

    Authors: Bastian Dörnte, Can Peng, Zemin Fang, Aysha Kamran, Cut Yulvizar and Ursula Kües
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:15
  17. Synthetic gene expression systems offer a possibility for controllable and targeted induction of the expression of genes of interest, which is a fundamental technique necessary for basic research and industria...

    Authors: Christian Derntl, Robert Mach and Astrid Mach-Aigner
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:12
  18. Filamentous fungi are widely used for production of enzymes and chemicals, and are industrially cultivated both in liquid and solid cultures. Submerged culture is often used as liquid culture for filamentous f...

    Authors: Ken Miyazawa, Akira Yoshimi and Keietsu Abe
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:10
  19. ‘Rice koji’ is a solid culture of Aspergillus oryzae on steamed rice grains. Multiple parallel fermentation, wherein saccharification of rice by A. oryzae and alcohol fermentation by the budding yeast occur simul...

    Authors: Mizuki Yasui, Ken Oda, Shunsuke Masuo, Shuji Hosoda, Takuya Katayama, Jun-ichi Maruyama, Naoki Takaya and Norio Takeshita
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:8
  20. Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) as biopharmaceuticals take a pivotal role in the current therapeutic applications. Generally mammalian cell lines, such as those derived from Chinese hamster ovaries (CHO), are use...

    Authors: Hung Hiep Huynh, Naoki Morita, Toshihiro Sakamoto, Takuya Katayama, Takuya Miyakawa, Masaru Tanokura, Yasunori Chiba, Reiko Shinkura and Jun-ichi Maruyama
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:7
  21. Fungi have the ability to transform organic materials into a rich and diverse set of useful products and provide distinct opportunities for tackling the urgent challenges before all humans. Fungal biotechnolog...

    Authors: Vera Meyer, Evelina Y. Basenko, J. Philipp Benz, Gerhard H. Braus, Mark X. Caddick, Michael Csukai, Ronald P. de Vries, Drew Endy, Jens C. Frisvad, Nina Gunde-Cimerman, Thomas Haarmann, Yitzhak Hadar, Kim Hansen, Robert I. Johnson, Nancy P. Keller, Nada Kraševec…
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:5
  22. The genome-editing tool CRISPR/Cas9 has revolutionized gene manipulation by providing an efficient method to generate targeted mutations. This technique deploys the Cas9 endonuclease and a guide RNA (sgRNA) wh...

    Authors: Haseena Khan, Megan C. McDonald, Simon J. Williams and Peter S. Solomon
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:4
  23. The filamentous fungus Aspergillus oryzae is widely used for secondary metabolite production by heterologous expression; thus, a wide variety of promoter tools is necessary to broaden the application of this spec...

    Authors: Maiko Umemura, Kaoru Kuriiwa, Linh Viet Dao, Tetsuya Okuda and Goro Terai
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:3
  24. Lignocellulosic biomass could support a greatly-expanded bioeconomy. Current strategies for using biomass typically rely on single-cell organisms and extensive ancillary equipment to produce precursors for dow...

    Authors: Rolando Perez, Marina Luccioni, Rohinton Kamakaka, Samuel Clamons, Nathaniel Gaut, Finn Stirling, Katarzyna P. Adamala, Pamela A. Silver and Drew Endy
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:2
  25. Flowers offer a wide variety of substrates suitable for fungal growth. However, the mycological study of flowers has only recently begun to be systematically addressed from an ecological point of view. Most re...

    Authors: Joon Klaps, Bart Lievens and Sergio Álvarez-Pérez
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2020 7:1
  26. Crude glycerol coming from biodiesel production is an attractive carbon source for biological production of chemicals. The major impurity in preparations of crude glycerol is methanol, which is toxic for most ...

    Authors: Eija Vartiainen, Peter Blomberg, Marja Ilmén, Martina Andberg, Mervi Toivari and Merja Penttilä
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:27
  27. Following publication of the original article [1], the authors provided revised images for Figs. 4, 6 and 7 which were not processed by the typesetter during proof-correction stage. The corrected figures are g...

    Authors: Timothy C. Cairns, Claudia Feurstein, Xiaomei Zheng, Li Hui Zhang, Ping Zheng, Jibin Sun and Vera Meyer
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:26

    The original article was published in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:18

  28. Besides their ability to produce several interesting bioactive secondary metabolites, members of the Fusarium solani species complex comprise important pathogens of plants and humans. One of the major obstacles i...

    Authors: Mikkel Rank Nielsen, Anna Karolina Rilana Holzwarth, Emmett Brew, Natalia Chrapkova, Samba Evelyne Kabemba Kaniki, Kenneth Kastaniegaard, Trine Sørensen, Klaus Ringsborg Westphal, Reinhard Wimmer, Teis Esben Sondergaard and Jens Laurids Sørensen
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:25
  29. Filamentous fungi are important producers of enzymes and bioactive secondary metabolites and are exploited for industrial purposes. Expression and characterization of biosynthetic pathways requires stable expr...

    Authors: Jakob K. H. Rendsvig, Christopher T. Workman and Jakob B. Hoof
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:24
  30. Soil microorganisms play an important role in enhancing soil fertility and plant health. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plant growth promoting rhizobacteria form a key component of the soil microbial populat...

    Authors: Anuroopa Nanjundappa, Davis Joseph Bagyaraj, Anil Kumar Saxena, Murugan Kumar and Hillol Chakdar
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:23
  31. Lignocellulosic biomass has long been recognized as a potential sustainable source for industrial applications. The costs associated with conversion of plant biomass to fermentable sugar represent a significan...

    Authors: Jingen Li, Shuying Gu, Zhen Zhao, Bingchen Chen, Qian Liu, Tao Sun, Wenliang Sun and Chaoguang Tian
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:21
  32. Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported that Table 5 was missing in the published version, although it was originally submitted and reviewed along with the rest of the manuscrip...

    Authors: Min Jin Kwon, Tabea Schütze, Sebastian Spohner, Stefan Haefner and Vera Meyer
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:20

    The original article was published in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:15

  33. Filamentous fungal cell factories are used to produce numerous proteins, enzymes, and organic acids. Protein secretion and filamentous growth are tightly coupled at the hyphal tip. Additionally, both these pro...

    Authors: Timothy C. Cairns, Claudia Feurstein, Xiaomei Zheng, Li Hui Zhang, Ping Zheng, Jibin Sun and Vera Meyer
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:18

    The Publisher Correction to this article has been published in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:26

  34. The circular economy closes loops in industrial manufacturing processes and minimizes waste. A bio-based economy aims to replace fossil-based resources and processes by sustainable alternatives which exploits ...

    Authors: Kustrim Cerimi, Kerem Can Akkaya, Carsten Pohl, Bertram Schmidt and Peter Neubauer
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:17
  35. Trichoderma reesei is widely known for its enormous protein secretion capacity and as an industrially relevant producer of cellulases and hemicellulases. Over the last decades, rational strain engineering was app...

    Authors: Elisabeth Fitz, Christian Gamauf, Bernhard Seiboth and Franziska Wanka
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:16
  36. Within the last years, numerous reports described successful application of the CRISPR nucleases Cas9 and Cpf1 for genome editing in filamentous fungi. However, still a lot of efforts are invested to develop a...

    Authors: Min Jin Kwon, Tabea Schütze, Sebastian Spohner, Stefan Haefner and Vera Meyer
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:15

    The Correction to this article has been published in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:20

  37. Ceratobasidium theobromae, a member of the Ceratobasidiaceae family, is the causal agent of vascular-streak dieback (VSD) of cacao, a major threat to the chocolate industry in the South-East Asia. The fastidious ...

    Authors: Shahin S. Ali, Asman Asman, Jonathan Shao, Amanda P. Firmansyah, Agung W. Susilo, Ade Rosmana, Peter McMahon, Muhammad Junaid, David Guest, Tee Yei Kheng, Lyndel W. Meinhardt and Bryan A. Bailey
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:14
  38. CRISPR/Cas9 mediated genome editing has expedited the way of constructing multiple gene alterations in filamentous fungi, whereas traditional methods are time-consuming and can be of mutagenic nature. These de...

    Authors: Tim M. van Leeuwe, Mark Arentshorst, Tim Ernst, Ebru Alazi, Peter J. Punt and Arthur F. J. Ram
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:13
  39. Trichoderma reesei represents a model system for investigation of plant cell wall degradation and its connection to light response. The cyclic adenosine monophosphate pathway (cAMP pathway) plays an important rol...

    Authors: Wolfgang Hinterdobler, André Schuster, Doris Tisch, Ezgi Özkan, Hoda Bazafkan, Johann Schinnerl, Lothar Brecker, Stefan Böhmdorfer and Monika Schmoll
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:12
  40. Filamentously growing microorganisms offer unique advantages for biotechnological processes, such as extraordinary secretion capacities, going along with multiple obstacles due to their complex morphology. How...

    Authors: Roman P. Jansen, Carina Beuck, Matthias Moch, Bianca Klein, Kira Küsters, Holger Morschett, Wolfgang Wiechert and Marco Oldiges
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:11
  41. An error occurred during the publication of a number of articles in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology. Several articles were published in volume 6 with a duplicate citation number.

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    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:10

    The original article was published in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:9

    The original article was published in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:8

  42. Viriditoxin is one of the ‘classical’ secondary metabolites produced by fungi and that has antibacterial and other activities; however, the mechanism of its biosynthesis has remained unknown.

    Authors: Andrew S. Urquhart, Jinyu Hu, Yit-Heng Chooi and Alexander Idnurm
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:9

    The Publisher Correction to this article has been published in Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2019 6:10

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