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  1. The dicarboximide fungicide iprodione has been used to combat blackleg disease of canola (Brassica napus), caused by the fungus Leptosphaeria maculans. For example, in Australia the fungicide was used in the late...

    Authors: Alexander Idnurm, Andrew S. Urquhart, Dinesh R. Vummadi, Steven Chang, Angela P. Van de Wouw and Francisco J. López-Ruiz
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2017 4:12
  2. Ustilago maydis is known for its natural potential to produce a broad range of valuable chemicals, such as itaconate, from both industrial carbon waste streams and renewable biomass. P...

    Authors: Thiemo Zambanini, Sandra K. Hartmann, Lisa M. Schmitz, Linda Büttner, Hamed Hosseinpour Tehrani, Elena Geiser, Melanie Beudels, Dominik Venc, Georg Wandrey, Jochen Büchs, Markus Schwarzländer, Lars M. Blank and Nick Wierckx
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2017 4:11
  3. The industrial applications of cellulases are mostly limited by the costs associated with their production. Optimized production pathways are therefore desirable. Based on their enzyme inducing capacity, cellu...

    Authors: Lara Hassan, Manfred J. Reppke, Nils Thieme, Steffen A. Schweizer, Carsten W. Mueller and J. Philipp Benz
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2017 4:10
  4. Penicillium species are important producers of bioactive secondary metabolites. However, the immense diversity of the fungal kingdom is only scarcely represented in industrial bioproce...

    Authors: Sietske Grijseels, Jens Christian Nielsen, Jens Nielsen, Thomas Ostenfeld Larsen, Jens Christian Frisvad, Kristian Fog Nielsen, Rasmus John Normand Frandsen and Mhairi Workman
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2017 4:8
  5. In the primary transcript of nuclear genes, coding sequences—exons—usually alternate with non-coding sequences—introns. In the evolution of spliceosomal intron–exon structure, extant intron positions can be ab...

    Authors: Michel Flipphi, Norbert Ág, Levente Karaffa, Napsugár Kavalecz, Gustavo Cerqueira, Claudio Scazzocchio and Erzsébet Fekete
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2017 4:7
  6. The implementation of Agrobacterium tumefaciens as a transformation tool revolutionized approaches to discover and understand gene functions in a large number of fungal species. A. tumefaciens mediated transforma...

    Authors: Alexander Idnurm, Andy M. Bailey, Timothy C. Cairns, Candace E. Elliott, Gary D. Foster, Giuseppe Ianiri and Junhyun Jeon
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2017 4:6
  7. Filamentous fungi, including the ascomycetes Monascus, Fusarium, Penicillium and Neurospora, are being explored as novel sources of natural pigments with biological functionality for food, feed and cosmetic appli...

    Authors: Rebecca Gmoser, Jorge A. Ferreira, Patrik R. Lennartsson and Mohammad J. Taherzadeh
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2017 4:4
  8. Cereal rust fungi (Puccinia spp.) are among the most economically important plant pathogens. These fungi have a complex life cycle, including five spore stages and two hosts. They infect one grass host on which t...

    Authors: Anna Berlin, Berit Samils and Björn Andersson
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2017 4:3
  9. Biofinished wood is considered to be a decorative and protective material for outdoor constructions, showing advantages compared to traditional treated wood in terms of sustainability and self-repair. Natural ...

    Authors: Elke J. van Nieuwenhuijzen, Jos A. M. P. Houbraken, Peter J. Punt, Guus Roeselers, Olaf C. G. Adan and Robert A. Samson
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2017 4:2
  10. Flavin-dependent monooxygenases are involved in key biological processes as they catalyze a wide variety of chemo-, regio- and enantioselective oxygenation reactions. Flavoprotein monooxygenases are frequently...

    Authors: Sandrine Pigné, Agata Zykwinska, Etienne Janod, Stéphane Cuenot, Mohammed Kerkoud, Roxane Raulo, Nelly Bataillé-Simoneau, Muriel Marchi, Anthony Kwasiborski, Guillaume N’Guyen, Guillaume Mabilleau, Philippe Simoneau and Thomas Guillemette
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2017 4:1
  11. The production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and a balanced redox homeostasis are essential parameters, which control the infection process of the plant pathogen Botrytis cinerea. The necrotrophic fungus is ab...

    Authors: Robert Marschall, Ulrike Siegmund, Joachim Burbank and Paul Tudzynski
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2016 3:8
  12. Many Trichoderma species are applied as biofungicides and biofertilizers to agricultural soils to enhance crop growth. These filamentous fungi have the ability to reduce plant diseases and promote plant growth an...

    Authors: Samantha Lee, Melanie Yap, Gregory Behringer, Richard Hung and Joan W. Bennett
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2016 3:7
  13. The EUROFUNG network is a virtual centre of multidisciplinary expertise in the field of fungal biotechnology. The first academic-industry Think Tank was hosted by EUROFUNG to summarise the state of the art and...

    Authors: Vera Meyer, Mikael R. Andersen, Axel A. Brakhage, Gerhard H. Braus, Mark X. Caddick, Timothy C. Cairns, Ronald P. de Vries, Thomas Haarmann, Kim Hansen, Christiane Hertz-Fowler, Sven Krappmann, Uffe H. Mortensen, Miguel A. Peñalva, Arthur F. J. Ram and Ritchie M. Head
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2016 3:6
  14. The considerable capacity of filamentous fungi for the secretion of proteins is the basis for multi-billion dollar industries producing enzymes and proteins with therapeutic value. The stepwise pathway from t...

    Authors: Martin Schalén, Diana Chinyere Anyaogu, Jakob Blæsbjerg Hoof and Mhairi Workman
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2016 3:3
  15. Claviceps purpurea is a phytopathogenic fungus infecting a broad range of grasses including economically important cereal crop plants. The infection cycle ends with the formation of th...

    Authors: Lisa Neubauer, Julian Dopstadt, Hans-Ulrich Humpf and Paul Tudzynski
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2016 3:2
  16. Claviceps purpurea is a pathogen that infects most members of Pooideae, a subfamily of Poaceae, and causes ergot, a floral disease in which the ovary is replaced with a sclerotium. Whe...

    Authors: Barbara S. Gilmore, Stephen C. Alderman, Brian J. Knaus, Nahla V. Bassil, Ruth C. Martin, James E. Dombrowski and Jeremiah K. S. Dung
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2016 3:1
  17. Fungi of the phylum Basidiomycota are well-known to form a broad spectrum of biologically active secondary metabolites, especially low molecular weight compounds such as terpenoids. Hericium erinaceus produces va...

    Authors: T. Shen, G. Morlock and H. Zorn
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2015 2:8
  18. The conventional method used to assess growth of the plasmodium of the slime mold Physarum polycephalum in solid culture is to measure the extent of plasmodial expansion from the point of inoculation by using a r...

    Authors: Hanh T. M. Tran, Steven L. Stephenson and Jason A. Tullis
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2015 2:7
  19. Authors: Zsófia Büttel, Rafael Díaz, Benedict Dirnberger, Michal Flak, Sietske Grijseels, Min Jin Kwon, Jens Christian Froslev Nielsen, Yvonne Nygård, Pradeep Phule, Carsten Pohl, Sylvain Prigent, Milica Randelovic, Tabea Schütze, Danielle Troppens and Annarita Viggiano
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2015 2:6
  20. Efficient gene editing is a critical tool for investigating molecular mechanisms of cellular processes and engineering organisms for numerous purposes ranging from biotechnology to medicine. Recently developed...

    Authors: Toru Matsu-ura, Mokryun Baek, Jungin Kwon and Christian Hong
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2015 2:4
  21. Phytochelatin synthase (PCS) is an enzyme that catalyzes the biosynthesis of phytochelatin from glutathione. Phytochelatins protect cells against the toxic effects of non-essential heavy metals, such as cadmiu...

    Authors: Alaina M Shine, Viplendra PS Shakya and Alexander Idnurm
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2015 2:3
  22. The need for new antibiotic drugs increases as pathogenic microorganisms continue to develop resistance against current antibiotics. We obtained samples from Antarctica as part of a search for new antimicrobia...

    Authors: K Stefan Svahn, Erja Chryssanthou, Björn Olsen, Lars Bohlin and Ulf Göransson
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2015 2:1
  23. Banks of mutants with random insertions of T-DNA from Agrobacterium tumefaciens are often used in forward genetics approaches to identify phenotypes of interest. Upon identification of mutants of interest, the fl...

    Authors: Kylie Chambers, Rohan GT Lowe, Barbara J Howlett, Manuel Zander, Jacqueline Batley, Angela P Van de Wouw and Candace E Elliott
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2014 1:10
  24. Pleurotus sapidus secretes a huge enzymatic repertoire including hydrolytic and oxidative enzymes and is an example for higher basidiomycetes being interesting for biotechnology. The complex growth media used fo...

    Authors: Marco A Fraatz, Stefanie Naeve, Vanessa Hausherr, Holger Zorn and Lars M Blank
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2014 1:9
  25. Cell wall integrity, vesicle transport and protein secretion are key factors contributing to the vitality and productivity of filamentous fungal cell factories such as Aspergillus niger. In order to pioneer ratio...

    Authors: Markus RM Fiedler, Annett Lorenz, Benjamin M Nitsche, Cees AMJJ van den Hondel, Arthur FJ Ram and Vera Meyer
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2014 1:5
  26. Saprobic fungi are the predominant industrial sources of Carbohydrate Active enZymes (CAZymes) used for the saccharification of lignocellulose during the production of second generation biofuels. The productio...

    Authors: Steven T Pullan, Paul Daly, Stéphane Delmas, Roger Ibbett, Matthew Kokolski, Almar Neiteler, Jolanda M van Munster, Raymond Wilson, Martin J Blythe, Sanyasi Gaddipati, Gregory A Tucker and David B Archer
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2014 1:3
  27. Ustilaginaceae (belonging to the smut fungi) are commonly known for their plant pathogenicity. Although these microbes lead to yield reduction of cereal production, they can also have an economically positive ...

    Authors: Elena Geiser, Vincent Wiebach, Nick Wierckx and Lars M Blank
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2014 1:2
  28. Filamentous fungi are well known for their ability to degrade lignocellulosic biomass and have a natural ability to convert certain products of biomass degradation, for example glucose, into various organic ac...

    Authors: Nadège Liaud, Christian Giniés, David Navarro, Nicolas Fabre, Sylvaine Crapart, Isabelle Herpoël- Gimbert, Anthony Levasseur, Sana Raouche and Jean-Claude Sigoillot
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2014 1:1
  29. In this review I give a personal perspective of how fungal biology has changed since I started my Ph. D. in 1963. At that time we were working in the shadow of the birth of molecular biology as an autonomous a...

    Authors: Claudio Scazzocchio
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2014 1:7
  30. Galactofuranose (Galf)-containing glycoconjugates are important to secure the integrity of the cell wall of filamentous fungi. Mutations that prevent the biosynthesis of Galf-containing molecules compromise cell ...

    Authors: Joohae Park, Boris Tefsen, Mark Arentshorst, Ellen Lagendijk, Cees AMJJ van den Hondel, Irma van Die and Arthur FJ Ram
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2014 1:6
  31. Filamentous fungi can each produce dozens of secondary metabolites which are attractive as therapeutics, drugs, antimicrobials, flavour compounds and other high-value chemicals. Furthermore, they can be used a...

    Authors: Lennart Richter, Franziska Wanka, Simon Boecker, Dirk Storm, Tutku Kurt, Özlem Vural, Roderich Süßmuth and Vera Meyer
    Citation: Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 2014 1:4

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