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Toxins-2021-review

Key Global Actions for Mycotoxin Management in Wheat and Other Small Grains

A review published in Toxins, written by 12 researhers from 9 countries
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Wheat grains on PDA

A Postdoctoral position at MycSA

Transcriptional regulation of the biosynthesis of mycotoxins produced by Fusarium graminearum and Aspergillus carbonarius induced by stilbenoid...
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Navarro et al 2021

Large-scale phenotyping of 1,000 fungal strains for the degradation of non-natural, industrial compounds

Large contribution of MycSA to this collective paper
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Laurent et al. 2021

QTL mapping in Fusarium graminearum identified an allele of FgVe1 involved in reduced aggressiveness

Our new article just published as a pre-proof in Fungal Genetics and Biology
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Leannec-Rialland et al 2021

Structural and physicochemical determinants governing the efficiency of tick defensin gamma-core to control Fusarium graminearum and the production of TCTB mycotoxins

Our new article just published in Scientific Reports
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Ducos et al. 2021

Natural Occurrence of Mycotoxin-Producing Fusaria in Market-Bought Peruvian Cereals: a Food Safety Threat for Andean Populations.

Our new article published in Toxins
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Montibus et al. Molecules 2021

Wood/Forest and Vine By-Products as Sources of New Drugs for Sustainable Strategies to Control Fusarium graminearum and the Production of Mycotoxins.

Our new paper published in Molecules
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Wishes-2021-MycSA

MycSA wishes you a blessed new year and and success in reaching your goals

May food safety also increase in the world in 2021
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Hartman et al. 2020

a Review on recombination suppression around mating-type loci in fungi

Published in New Phytologist.
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Gauthier et al Toxins 2020

Efficiency of Hydroxycinnamic Acids to Inhibit the Production of Enniatins by Fusarium avenaceum and Modulate the Expression of Enniatins Biosynthetic Genes

Our new article published in Toxins
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