PMID: 6988993Mar 1, 1980Paper

The preparation of protoplasts from Aspergillus fumigatus mycelium

Sabouraudia
V M HearnD W Mackenzie

Abstract

Protoplasts have been prepared from the mycelium of Aspergillus funigatus, using a lytic enzyme mixture from Trichoderma harzianum. A variety of experimental conditions were investigated in order to achieve optimal conditions for protoplast production. Electron micrographs showed the preparations to be free of cell-wall. Material obtained by this procedure can be used as a source of cytoplasmic antigens for further analysis.

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Jun 1, 2013·Medical Microbiology and Immunology·Cornelia SpethGünter Rambach
Feb 13, 2008·Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy·G BlumCornelia Lass-Flörl
Jun 1, 1983·Sabouraudia·I T de Sanchez, D W Mackenzie
Jan 1, 1991·Journal of Medical and Veterinary Mycology : Bi-monthly Publication of the International Society for Human and Animal Mycology·V M HearnM C Prévost
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