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Type: Artigo
Title: Data On The Presence Or Absence Of Genes Encoding Essential Proteins For Ochratoxin And Fumonisin Biosynthesis In Aspergillus Niger And Aspergillus Welwitschiae
Author: Massi F.P.
Sartori D.
Ferranti L.D.S.
Iamanaka B.T.
Taniwaki M.H.
Vieira M.L.C.
Fungaro M.H.P.
Abstract: We present the multiplex PCR data for the presence/absence of genes involved in OTA and FB2 biosynthesis in Aspergillus niger/Aspergillus welwitschiae strains isolated from different food substrates in Brazil. Among the 175 strains analyzed, four mPCR profiles were found: Profile 1 (17%) highlights strains harboring in their genome the pks, radH and the fum8 genes. Profile 2 (3.5%) highlights strains harboring genes involved in OTA biosynthesis i.e. radH and pks. Profile 3 (51.5%) highlights strains harboring the fum8 gene. Profile 4 (28%) highlights strains not carrying the genes studied herein. This research content is supplemental to our original research article, "Prospecting for the incidence of genes involved in ochratoxin and fumonisin biosynthesis in Brazilian strains of A. niger and A. welwitschiae" [1]. © 2016 The Authors.
Subject: Fumonisin
High-resolution Capillary Electrophoresis
Editor: Elsevier Inc.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.dib.2016.03.016
Date Issue: 2016
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