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efficacy of oral saperconazole in systemic murine aspergillosis.saperconazole is a fluorinated bis-triazole. groups of ten 5-week-old female cd-1 mice were infected intravenously with 5.5 x 10(7) aspergillus conidia. saperconazole, dissolved in hydroxypropyl-beta-cyclodextrin (hpbc), was given orally twice a day for 11 days, beginning 1 day post-infection, at 50, 100 or 200 mg kg-1 day-1. at day 18 post-infection, survivors were killed and residual infection quantified in the kidneys. with aspergillus fumigatus isolate 10af, 70% given no therapy, 100% given ...19958544084
nosocomial invasive aspergillosis in lymphoma patients treated with bone marrow or peripheral stem cell determine the prevalence of aspergillosis in lymphoma patients housed in a protective environment while undergoing a bone marrow transplant or peripheral stem cell transplant and its relation to lymphoma type, type of transplant, period of neutropenia, method of diagnosis, species of aspergillus, and the use of empiric amphotericin b.19938478525
fatal disseminated infection with aspergillus terreus in immunocompromised hosts.aspergillus terreus is widespread in the environment but only uncommonly infects humans. it can cause cutaneous and subcutaneous infections, and several cases of local invasive disease have been reported; to our knowledge, however, only five cases of disseminated disease have been documented previously. we describe here four additional patients with disseminated disease caused by a. terreus. all four had an underlying hematologic or lymphoreticular malignancy, were immunocompromised secondary to ...19938448286
successful treatment of simultaneous pulmonary pseudallescheria boydii and aspergillus terreus infection with oral itraconazole.pseudallescheria boydii and aspergillus terreus are unusual opportunistic fungal pathogens that are often resistant to chemotherapy with amphotericin b. we report a case of simultaneous invasive pulmonary infection with these organisms occurring in a bone marrow transplant recipient who was successfully treated with the oral azole itraconazole.19938392389
aspergillus terreus during hospital renovation. 19938354865
overexpression in escherichia coli of soluble aristolochene synthase from penicillium roqueforti.aristolochene synthase, a fungal cyclase which has been isolated from aspergillus terreus and penicillium roqueforti, catalyzes the cyclization of farnesyl diphosphate to the sesquiterpene hydrocarbon aristolochene. the aristolochene synthase gene (ari1) of p. roqueforti has previously been cloned and expressed at low levels as a protein a-aristolochene synthase fusion protein in escherichia coli. we have now used the polymerase chain reaction to amplify the aristolochene synthase coding sequenc ...19938346917
aspergillus terreus postoperative endophthalmitis. 19938318491
a new nmr airlift bioreactor used in 31p-nmr studies of itaconic acid producing aspergillus airlift bioreactor for in-vivo nmr studies of cells is described. the 10-mm diameter airlift reactor was constructed for studies of mycelial/pellet forming organisms, grown in suspension. with this device 161 mhz 31p-nmr spectra of living aspergillus terreus cells, producing itaconic acid, have been obtained. signals were observed for intra- and extracellular orthophosphate, glycerol-3-phosphorylethanolamine (gpe), glycerol-3-phosphorylcholine (gpc), sugar phosphates and polyphosphate. the sp ...19938227940
protein-enrichment of wheat bran using aspergillus terreus.wheat bran was fermented by aspergillus terreus to increase the protein content for use as animal feed. maximum protein content (55%) and conversion efficiency (59%) were achieved at the late growth phase (8 day-old cultures), when each flask containing 100 ml medium was inoculated with 4% (v/v) spore suspension (3.6 x 10(5) spore/ml) and shaken at 250 rpm. the best fermentation medium contained (g/l): wheat bran, 10; urea, 1.4; mgso4.7h2o, 0.3; kh2po4, 1.0; kc1, 0.1 and was adjusted to ph 4.0. ...19938172690
riboflavin production by aspergillus terreus from beet-molasses.aspergillus terreus was used for riboflavin (vitamin b2) production in a medium containing beet molasses as the sole carbon source. growth and the vitamin production of the fungus were markedly affected by the composition of the culture medium. a maximum riboflavin yield was achieved at the late exponential growth phase (16 day-old cultures) in the presence of (g/l): centrifuged beet-molasses, 90; l-asparagine, 1; mgso4.7h2o, 0.5; k2hpo4/kh2po4 (1:1), 5; and the medium initially adjusted to ph 8 ...19938172689
cloning of the blasticidin s deaminase gene (bsd) from aspergillus terreus and its use as a selectable marker for schizosaccharomyces pombe and pyricularia oryzae.aspergillus terreus produces a unique enzyme, blasticidin s deaminase, which catalyzes the deamination of blasticidin s (bs), and in consequence confers high resistance to the antibiotic. a cdna clone derived from the structural gene for bs deaminase (bsd) was isolated by transforming escherichia coli with an aspergillus cdna expression library and directly selecting for the ability to grow in the presence of the antibiotic. the complete nucleotide sequence of bsd was determined and proved to co ...19948159161
[invasive bronchopulmonary aspergillosis treated with itraconazole in a patient with acute leukemia].a case of invasive broncopulmonar aspergillosis caused by aspergillus terreus successfully treated with itraconazole is reported in a patient undergoing autologous bone marrow transplantation for acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. although the patient was on prophylaxis with fluconazole and she did not respond to amphotericin b, there was an excellent response to itraconazole which allowed the transplant without any aspergillus infection during both the transplant and the post-transplant periods. du ...19938140504
effects of territrem-b on cholinergic responses of snail neuron.effects of territrem-b (trb), a mycotoxin isolated from a rice culture of aspergillus terreus, on the central neuron of the snail achatina fulica were studied electrophysiologically. territrem-b potentiated the acetylcholine (ach) induced current of the neuron, while it had no effect on gaba or l-glutamate elicited currents. trb and neostigmine increased the peak amplitude of the response elicited by the first perfusion of ach and depressed the increase in current produced by a second perfusion. ...19938100056
effect of aspergillus terreus extract on neoplastic and non-neoplastic cell replication.there are very few and unconfirmed data regarding the antineoplastic activity of mycotic derivates in human cells. the effects on neoplastic and non-neoplastic cell replication of aspergillus terreus extracts have been tested. in fact, among different species of aspergillus mycotoxin producers. a terreus seems to be more suitable for hypothetical therapeutic purposes because of its low mycotoxin toxicity. very evident antiblastic activity of alcoholic crude extract of a. terreus on tumor cells h ...19948071682
the changing spectrum of fungal keratitis in south review the clinical experience with fungal keratitis in south florida over a 10-year period.19948008340
four new metabolites of aspergillus terreus.four new metabolites (1-4) were isolated from mycelium of aspergillus terreus ifo 6123 producing asterriquinone (arq). the structures of 1 and 2 were shown to be 3,6-bis[1-(1,1-dimethyl-2-propenyl)-1h-indol-3-yl]-furo[3,2-b]furan- 2,5-dione (asterridinone) and 2,5-bis[1-(1,1-dimethyl-2-propenyl)-1h-indol-3- yl]-3-acetoxy-6-hydroxy-2,5-cyclohexadiene-1,4-dione (arq monoacetate), respectively, by the chemical and spectral data. compounds 3 and 4 were identified with known asterriquinone isomers, 2 ...19947954921
blasticidin s deaminase gene from aspergillus terreus (bsd): a new drug resistance gene for transfection of mammalian cells.blasticidin s deaminase (bsd) is a drug inactivating enzyme produced by aspergillus terreus, which convert blasticidin s (bs) to a non-toxic deamino-hydroxy derivative. the bsd gene was fused to sv 40 transcriptional regulatory elements and the resulting vector was used to transfect fm3a cells. expression of bsd conferred resistance to bs and allowed efficient isolation of integrative transfectants which have stably maintained the bs-resistance phenotype after repeated transfer to fresh selectiv ...19947948022
general primer-mediated pcr for detection of aspergillus species.a pcr assay was developed for the diagnosis of invasive aspergillosis in immunocompromised patients. for this purpose, the complete nucleotide sequences of the genes encoding the 18s rrna of aspergillus nidulans, aspergillus terreus, aspergillus niger, and aspergillus flavus were elucidated and aligned to the sequences of aspergillus fumigatus and other clinically relevant prokaryotic and eukaryotic microorganisms. genus-specific sequences could be identified in the v7 to v9 region of 18s rrna. ...19947929762
superoxide anion production in response to bacterial lipopolysaccharide and fungal spores implicated in organic dust toxic syndrome.high amounts of fungal spores, bacteria, and bacterial endotoxin have been found in dust associated with the poorly characterized syndrome, organic dust toxic syndrome (odts). as part of an ongoing investigation to determine the etiopathogenesis for odts, this study has focused on activation of guinea pig bronchial alveolar lavage (bal) cells as evidenced by the production of superoxide anion in response to fungal spores and lipopolysaccharide (lps). fungal spores from aspergillus candidus, aspe ...19947925197
a fatal infection with alternaria alternata and aspergillus terreus in a child with agranulocytosis of unknown origin.alternaria alternata and aspergillus terreus were isolated from cutaneous nodules in a 5-year-old girl with agranulocytosis of unknown origin. histopathological examination supported the diagnosis of an infection with two opportunistic moulds. aspergillus terreus was also isolated from the secretions of the maxillary sinuses of the patient. in spite of antimycotic therapy, the child eventually died from respiratory failure.19947898514
electrophoretic free mobility and viability of microbial cells: a preliminary study in preparation for space experiments.electrophoretic free mobilities (efm) of four fungal spores and five bacterial cells were determined in 7 mm triethanolamine/acetate (tea) buffer by means of microscopic electrophoresis (me) and free flow electrophoresis (ffe). spores of aspergillus terreus, penicillium citrinum, gliocladium virens, and rhizopus oryzae had similar efm from 2.2 to 3.1 microns sec-1/v cm-1. the resolution of the spore mixture by ffe was therefore determined to be poor. bacterial cells of salmonella typhimurium lt2 ...19947880880
properties of enzymes involved in d-galactonate catabolism in fungi.two enzymes catalyze the two step reactions in the d-galactonate nonphosphorolytic catabolic pathway of aspergillus terreus, namely d-galactonate dehydratase and 2-keto-3-deoxy-d-galactonate (kdgal) aldolase. maximum enzyme activities were obtained at 40 degrees c and ph 8.0 or at 50 degrees c and ph 7.5 for these two enzymes, respectively. stability of the two enzymes under different conditions was investigated. from a lineweaver-burk plot of the reciprocal of initial velocities and substrate c ...19957771768
itaconate biosynthesis in aspergillus terreus.itaconate biosynthesis was studied in intact cells of high-yield (rc4') and low-yield (cm85j) strains of the fungus aspergillus terreus by methods (tracers, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, and mass spectroscopy) that did not interfere with metabolism. itaconate formation in rc4' required de novo protein biosynthesis. krebs cycle intermediates increased in both strains during the production of itaconic acid. the embden-meyerhof-parnas pathway and the krebs cycle were shown to be involved ...19957768868
production of beta-glucosidase by aspergillus terreus.the production of beta-glucosidase by aspergillus terreus was investigated in liquid shake cultures. enzyme production was maximum on the 7th day of growth (2.18 u/ml) with the initial ph of the medium in the range of 4.0-5.5. cellulose (sigmacell type 100) at 1.0% (wt/vol) gave maximum beta-glucosidase activity among the various soluble and insoluble carbon sources tested. potassium nitrate was a suitable nitrogen source for enzyme production. triton x-100 at 0.15% (vol/vol) increased the enzym ...19957766152
acetylcholinesterase inhibition by territrem b derivatives.five derivatives of territrem b [2], a potent acetylcholinesterase inhibitor isolated from a rice culture of aspergillus terreus, were prepared from 2 as well as from its major metabolite, 4 beta-hydroxymethyl-4 beta-demethylterritrem b [4]. the inhibitory activities of these derivatives against electric eel acetylcholinesterase (e.c. were tested and it was concluded that the enone and the pyrone groups present in 2 may play an important biological role.19957673929
molecular cloning and heterologous expression of the gene encoding dihydrogeodin oxidase, a multicopper blue enzyme from aspergillus terreus.aspergillus terreus dihydrogeodin oxidase (dhgo) is an enzyme catalyzing the stereospecific phenol oxidative coupling reaction converting dihydrogeodin to (+)- geodin. we previously reported the purification of dhgo from a. terreus and raised polyclonal antibody against dhgo. from the first cdna library constructed in lambda gt11 using mrna from 3-day-old mycelium of a. terreus, four clones were identified using anti-dhgo antibody, but all contained partial cdna inserts around 280 base pairs. th ...19957665560
effects of aspergillus terreus extract on herpes simplex 1 virus this study we reported about the antiviral activity of aspergillus terreus alcohol extract against herpes simplex type 1 virus. this activity is dose-dependent, is related to the concentration of the challenging virus and depends particularly on a proteic fraction of 5-10 kda. optimal effects were observed with doses ranging from 25 to 6.25 micrograms/ml for crude alcohol extract and up to 3 micrograms/ml for 5-10 kda fraction. moreover, antiviral activity was evident in viral replication, bu ...19957629556
disseminated opportunistic fungal disease in dogs: 10 cases (1982-1990).medical records of 10 dogs in which fungal infection was diagnosed between 1982 and 1990 were reviewed. in each dog, infection was determined to be caused by a single species of fungus, either aspergillus terreus, penicillium sp, paecilomyces sp, chrysosporium sp, or pseudallescheria boydii. nine dogs were german shepherd dogs; 1 was a german shepherd dog cross, and 9 were females. the most common clinical signs were signs of neck or back pain (9 dogs), weight loss (7 dogs), anorexia (6 dogs), p ...19957601696
effect of aerobic pretreatment with aspergillus terreus on the anaerobic digestion of olive-mill wastewater.a kinetic study was carried out on the anaerobic digestion of olive-mill wastewater (omw) and omw that was previously fermented with aspergillus terreus. the bioreactors used were batch fed and contained saponite as support for the mediating bacteria. the anaerobic digestion process followed first-order kinetics, from which the kinetic constant a was calculated using a non-linear regression. this kinetic parameter was influenced by the pretreatment carried out, and was 3.7 times higher for pretr ...19957576261
aspergillus terreus, an uncommon fungus causing aortic root abscess and pseudoaneurysm.aspergillus terreus is a rare fungus which can cause opportunistic infection in humans. a fifteen year old girl had undergone open aortic valvotomy for aortic stenosis and post-stenotic dilatation of the ascending aorta. she was discharged after an uneventful post-operative period. she was reoperated later for para-aortic abscess. the pus on culture yielded pure growth of aspergillus terreus from multiple media. to our knowledge, this is the first report from india of aspergillus terreus causing ...19957558098
molecular cloning and transcriptional analysis of the aspergillus terreus gla1 gene encoding a glucoamylase.the aspergillus terreus gla1 gene, coding for a glucoamylase, has been cloned by heterologous hybridization. the gene is interrupted by four introns and encodes a protein with an n-terminal catalytic domain and a c-terminal starch-binding domain. the expression of the gene is induced by starch and maltose and repressed by glucose.19957534054
isocitrate lyase from aspergillus terreus irrl 16043. 19807429598
sem studies on the in vivo uptake of aspergillus terreus spores by alveolar macrophages.pulmonary reactions to fungal spores constitute an important aspect of occupational pneumoconioses. experimental models using aerosols of aspergillus terreus spores produce an acute, complement dependent, hypoxic reaction in rabbits. the purpose of this study was to explore the possible role of the alveolar macrophage in initiating this reaction. rabbits and rats were intratracheally injected with aspergillus spores and the fate of the spores was studied at various times thereafter by light and ...19807414272
aspergillus terreus infective endocarditis on a porcine heterograft valve.we present the first reported case of aspergillus endocarditis occurring on a porcine heterograft prosthesis and discuss the literature regarding both aspergillus endocarditis and endocarditis on a porcine valve. a 65-year-old man underwent aortic valve replacement with a porcine heterograft. several weeks later he exhibited signs of infection and then of valve failure. upon removal, the porcine valve substance was found to be grossly infiltrated and destroyed by the aspergillus organism. the po ...19807351851
acute-phase reactants in experimental inhalation lung investigation on the occurrence and role of acute-phase reactants in experimental inhalation lung disease (ild) was undertaken. using an experimental model of ild in which rabbits are exposed to aerosols of appropriate fungal spores, haptoglobin analysis was compared with depressions in arterial oxygen tension (pao2) with time following challenge. haptoglobin values of rabbits exposed to single 30-min aerosol challenges of aspergillus terreus, demonstrated a significant (two- to three fold) i ...19817323066
dihydromevinolin, a potent hypocholesterolemic metabolite produced by aspergillus terreus.a new, potent hypocholesterolemic agent is produced by cultures of aspergillus terreus. the isolation of the compound and its characterization as 4a,5-dihydromevinolin containing a trans-fused octahydro-naphthalene system are described. comparative data for dihydromevinolin and mevinolin in three biological assays are given: in vitro inhibition of hmg-coa reductase, inhibition of sterol synthesis in cell cultures, and inhibition of cholesterol synthesis in vivo in rats.19817275832
the microbiology of spent mushroom compost and its dust.microorganisms in spent steamed mushroom compost and its dust were enumerated, and identified. some phase ii (indoor composting) compost samples were also examined. steaming of spent compost resulted in a 70-76% reduction in microbial numbers. total counts made with compost fusion agar were approximately two logs greater than those for nutrient agar. the most common bacterial isolate was bacillus licheniformis. the most common actinomycete isolates were streptomyces diastaticus and thermoactinom ...19817197578
studies on terreic was found that aspergillus sp. no. y-8980 which was isolated from a soil sample collected at yoron island in kagoshima prefecture belonged to aspergillus terreus group by morphological observation. the active substance produced by the strain was obtained with a high yield in sucrose-yeast extract medium and extracted by chloroform, ethyl acetate and n-butanol at ph 2.4 approximately 2.6 from the culture broth. the substance was crystallized from chloroform and ethyl acetate after charcoal tre ...19807190624
terrecyclic acid a, a new antibiotic from aspergillus terreus. ii. structure of terrecyclic acid a. 19827174532
terrecyclic acid a, a new antibiotic from aspergillus terreus. i. taxonomy, production, and chemical and biological properties. 19827174531
antitumor effect and structure-activity relationship of asterriquinone analogs.asterriquinone (arq), a metabolic product from aspergillus terreus ifo 6123, showed an inhibitory effect on some transplantable animal tumors, ehrlich carcinoma, ascites hepatoma ah13 and mouse p388 leukemia, but had little or no effect on yoshida sarcoma, ascites hepatoma ah109a and mouse l1210 leukemia. arq also inhibited the growth of hela cells in monolayer culture. although metabolic products from aspergillus terreus var. africanus ifo 8835 were almost ineffective against ehrlich carcinoma, ...19827152200
solvent systems for improved isolation and separation of territrems a and b.territrems a and b, tremorgenic mycotoxins in the rice culture of aspergillus terreus, were extracted with hot chloroform. the toxins were cleaned on a silica gel column by direct adsorption-concentration of the extracts followed by desorption with chloroform-acetone (9:1, vol/vol). crude toxin mixtures were separated by silica gel column chromatography and eluted with benzene-ethyl acetate (65:35, vol/vol). the method gave 112 mg of territrem a, 379 mg of territrem b, and 80 mg of their mixture ...19827149718
[ultrastructural surface restructurings of the fungus aspergillus terreus growing on cellulose-containing substrate].the ultrastructural organization of the cell wall surface was studied in the fungus aspergillus terreus 17p growing on different substrates: glucose, a sodium salt of carboxymethyl cellulose (cmc) which is a soluble derivative of cellulose, ground straw. cells grown on soluble substrates (glucose and na-cmc) had a smooth surface in the logarithmic growth phase. cells grown on straw, a solid insoluble substrate, released a substance of a polysaccharide nature which formed a thick fibrillar networ ...19827121328
aspergillus terreus, a pathogen capable of causing infective endocarditis, pulmonary mycetoma, and allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis.aspergillus terreus is a rarely reported pathogen in humans, recovery of this organism from the sputum may therefore be discounted as representing contamination this report describes 3 patients--1 with allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis (abpa), 1 with aspergilloma, and 1 with infective endocarditis-- in whom a. terreus was proved to be the etiologic organism. together, these 3 cases span the spectrum of disease usually associated with a. fumigatus. detection of serum precipitins against asp ...19827091887
aspergillus terreus infection of pseudoaneurysm of aortofemoral vascular graft with contiguous vertebral osteomyelitis.this is a case report of a patient who developed several unusual complications of an aortofemoral vascular graft. these were thrombosis, pseudoaneurysm, and infection. there was an aspergillus terreus infection of the pseudoaneurysm of the vascular prosthesis. a contiguous vertebral osteomyelitis due to a. terreus subsequently developed. this represented a localized, invasive form of aspergillosis.19827064922
mevinolin: a highly potent competitive inhibitor of hydroxymethylglutaryl-coenzyme a reductase and a cholesterol-lowering agent.mevinolin, a fungal metabolite, was isolated from cultures of aspergillus terreus. the structure and absolute configuration of mevinolini and its open acid form, mevinolinic acid, were determined by a combination of physical techniques. mevinolin was shown to be 1,2,6,7,8,8a-hexahydro-beta, delta-dihydroxy-2,6-dimethyl-8-(2-methyl-1-oxobutoxy)-1-naphthalene-hepatanoic acid delta-lactone. mevinolin in the hydroxy-acid form, mevinolinic acid, is a potent competitive inhibitor of 3-hydroxy-3-methyl ...19806933445
the effects of mevinolin on serum cholesterol levels of rabbits with endogenous hypercholesterolemia.mevinolin, a fungal metabolite isolated from cultures of aspergillus terreus, is a potent competitive inhibitor of 3-hydroxy-3-methyl glutaryl coenzyme a reductase, the rate-controlling enzyme in cholesterol biosynthesis. in the current studies we demonstrate that mevinolin significantly lowers serum cholesterol in rabbits fed a cholesterol free, low-fat semi-synthetic diet. rabbits maintained on this diet developed endogenous hypercholesterolemia with average cholesterol concentrations of 310 m ...19826921995
[fractionation of the cellulase complex of the fungus aspergillus terreus].a procedure for isolating a complex of extracellular cellulases from the aspergillus terreus culture liquid using sp-sephadex c-50 has been developed. enzymatically and electrophoretically homogeneous preparations of cellobiase i and cellobiase ii have been obtained. by means of gel-filtration their molecular weights have been estimated to be 140,000 and 67,000. cellobiase i consists of five and cellobiase ii of two polypeptide chains. three cellulases with various ratios of endoglucanase and ex ...19836878208
allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis caused by aspergillus terreus. 19836830061
in vivo pulmonary response to aspergillus terreus spores.the fate of intratracheally instilled aspergillus terreus spores was followed in both rabbits and rats. phagocytosis of the spores by the pulmonary macrophage was rapid in that approx. 42% of the observed spores were associated with the macrophages immediately after instillation. direct penetration of the lung architecture by the spores was not observed but spores were seen in the alveolar interstitium at 3 hr after instillation and in the tracheobroncheal lymph nodes at 24 hr. granulomas formed ...19836825418
influence of ph on the formation and location of beta-glucosidase in aspergillus terreus grown on cellulose.wild strain of aspergillus terreus is very good producer of beta-glucosidase. it produces 15 nkat/ml (0.9 iu/ml) of extracellular beta-glucosidase at ph 5.0. the medium ph level strongly affects the production and binding of beta-glucosidase on the cells and on residual cellulose. at ph 4.0 the rate of enzyme synthesis and the level of total activity is highest but 60-75% of this activity is bound. at higher ph levels the enzyme is mainly released to the medium.19826815035
[aspergillus terreus as a cause of mycotic abortion in cows].the fungus aspergillus terreus thom et church was subjected to microscopic and cultivation study in the organs of an aborted foetus and was demonstrated to be the causative agent of abortion in cattle. the culture of the isolated organism is described and brief data reporting on its ecology are presented. attention is drawn to the probable source of infection and to the insufficiently known aspects of the pathogenesis of this disease.19816782741
allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis (abpa) caused by aspergillus terreus: specific lymphocyte sensitization and antigen-directed serum opsonic activity.a 16-year-old male presented with a history of asthma and recurrent pneumonia. a diagnosis of abpa was based upon the typical clinical presentation, peripheral eosinophilia, elevated ige and positive immediate skin tests to aspergillus. sputum cultures grew a. terreus, a rare cause of human disease. soluble and particulate antigens were prepared from this organism. precipitins against a. terreus, but not against a. fumigatus, were detected in the patient's serum. his lymphocytes proliferated mar ...19816781385
the effects of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid on respiration, nitrogen and carbohydrate metabolism of aspergillus terreus thom.the effects of 2,4-d on respiration, carbohydrate and nitrogen metabolism have excited much interest in relation to higher plants (hansen 1946, hseuth and lou 1946, smith et al. 1947, and said and naguib 1955). but the effects of 2,4-d on dungi have been tackled to a much less extent (guiscafre-arrilaga 1948, bever and slife 1948, wei and ling 1948, and manil and strazewska 1950). these investigators studied the effects exerted on fungal growth. said and naguib (1962) studied the effect of 2,4-d ...19806775436
citreoviridins from aspergillus terreus. 19806773444
terrecyclic acid a, a new antibiotic from aspergillus terreus. iii. 13c nmr spectrum of terrecyclic acid a.assignment of the fifteen carbons of terrecyclic acid a, c15h20o3, a new sesquiterpene antibiotic, in the 13c nmr spectrum was performed by 13c-[1h] selective proton decoupling experiments, comparison with spectra of its derivatives and chemical shifts.19846735922
growth and enzyme production by aspergillus terreus in holocellulose.the growth of aspergillus terreus thom in holocellulose medium and the production of xylanase and cellulolytic enzymes were studied and compared with growth and enzyme production in xylan and cellulose powder media. hemicellulose and cellulose were utilized simultaneously by the fungus when grown in holocellulose medium. the growth was similar in the presence of xylan and cellulose powder, but xylan was consumed earlier than cellulose. cellulose powder, carboxymethylcellulase and xylanase activi ...19846721328
studies on metabolites produced by aspergillus terreus var. aureus. i. chemical structures and antimicrobial activities of metabolites isolated from culture broth. 19836671258
disseminated infection by aspergillus terreus.a patient with acute nonlymphocytic leukemia who received chemotherapy developed lung nodules and later central nervous system symptoms consistent with disseminated aspergillosis. the diagnosis was made at open lung biopsy by culturing the organism and observing in tissue sections conidia borne laterally along the hyphae, a characteristic of the aspergillus terreus-flavipes group. this is the first reported case of disseminated a. terreus infection in an immunocompromised host.19836637885
isolation, chemical structure, acute toxicity, and some physicochemical properties of territrem c from aspergillus terreus.territrem c, a new tremorgenic mycotoxin (c28h32o9; molecular weight, 512.20) was isolated from the chloroform extract of rice cultures of aspergillus terreus 23-1, which also produces territrems a and b. isolation, acute toxicity, and some physicochemical properties of territrem c are discussed in this paper. the spectral and chemical evidence indicated that the structural difference between territrem c and territrem b (c29h34o9) was in their phenyl moieties: a 4-hydroxy-3,5-dimethoxy phenyl gr ...19846546485
chemical structure of a new metabolite isolated from the mycelium of aspergillus terreus var. aureus. 19846529817
hypersensitivity pneumonitis concomitant with acute airway obstruction after exposure to hay dust.the case of a non-atopic farmer who had developed severe respiratory as well as systemic symptoms upon exposure to hay dust during the past several years is presented. inhalation challenge by his own hay induced an unusual association of peripheral and central airway obstruction beginning immediately, and hardly susceptible to therapeutic control, as well as the typical hypersensitivity pneumonitis reaction several hours later. by means of double immunodiffusion it was possible to demonstrate se ...19846522842
studies on the biosynthesis of terrecyclic acid a, an antitumor antibiotic from aspergillus terreus.the biosynthesis of terrecyclic acid a was investigated using 13c-labeled acetates and mevalonate. 13c nmr spectral analysis of isolated labeled terrecyclic acid demonstrated that the structure is assembled via an isoprene pathway.19846511664
[synthesis and secretion of the components of the cellulase complex in aspergillus terreus].aspergillus terreus was found to have two functionally different cellobiases. one of them is excreted into the surrounding medium and is a part of the cellulase complex. the second one is an endocellular (or periplasmic) enzyme. it is distinguished by its stability, the time of mrna operation, the sorption of cell debris; moreover, its activity does not depend on changes in the parameters of the medium when the incubation mixture is replaced and the surface is treated with 0.5 m nacl. the synthe ...19836413830
[regulation of the biosynthesis of endo-1,4-beta-glucanase, eco-1,4-beta-glucosidase and cellobiase in aspergillus terreus].this work was aimed at studying how the biosynthesis of endo-1,4-beta-glucanase, exo-1,4-beta-glucosidase and cellobiase, components of the cellulase complex was regulated in an aspergillus terreus strain isolated from soil. the biosynthesis of endoglucanase and cellobiase was suppressed by readily metabolizable substrates and stimulated in the course of growth on lactose and celluloses. the activity of exoglucosidase was found in the medium only when the strain was grown on celluloses. cataboli ...19836405133
a new era of exploitation of microbial the past history of the pharmaceutical industry, secondary metabolites have been screened almost exclusively for antimicrobial activities. this biased and narrow view has severely limited the potential application of microbial metabolites. fortunately, this situation is changing and we are now entering into a new era in which microbial metabolites are being applied to diseases heretofore only subjected to synthetic compounds. this new approach is the application of microbial secondary metabol ...19836400479
aspergillus terreus endocarditis--a case report. 19836368727
mutastein, a new inhibitor of adhesive-insoluble glucan synthesis by glucosyltransferases of streptococcus mutans.mutastein, a new inhibitor of glucosyltransferases (gtase) of streptococcus mutans, was isolated from cultural broth of aspergillus terreus m3328. mutastein was a heat-stable protein and was sensitive to pronase digestion. in the formation of glucans, that of adhesive water-insoluble glucans of s. mutans was specifically inhibited by mutastein.19836219978
effect of a glucosyltransferase inhibitor on glucan synthesis and cellular adherence of streptococcus mutans.the effects of mutastein, a glucosyltransferase inhibitor derived from an aspergillus terreus strain, on the glucan synthesis by glucosyltransferases of streptococcus mutans and sucrose-dependent adherence of s. mutans cells were examined in vitro. the synthesis of insoluble glucan by crude glucosyltransferase of s. mutans strain b13 was markedly inhibited by mutastein at a final concentration of 10 micrograms of protein/ml. the synthesis of insoluble glucan adherent to glass surfaces was almost ...19826218092
cellulolytic activity of moulds. ii. various methods of precipitating and concentrating enzymes and their influence on the activity of cellulolytic preparation and xylanase of aspergillus terreus f-413.complexes of cellulolytic enzymes and xylanase were precipitated and concentrated by various methods from post-culture liquids of aspergillus terreus f-143, containing cellucotton as carbon source. the best results in regard to the specific activity of the preparations were obtained by precipitation of enzymes with acetone-denatured ethanol. besides high cellulolytic and xylanase activity the crude enzyme preparation showed the presence of small amounts of amylase, protease and polygalacturonase ...19836202104
development of fluorescent-antibody reagents for demonstration of pseudallescheria boydii in tissues.we prepared fluorescent-antibody reagents to detect and identify pseudallescheria boydii in tissue. antisera to broken mycelium and condidia (particulate antigens) and to culture filtrates (soluble antigens) of p. boydii were produced in rabbits. antisera and globulin fractions of the antisera were labeled with fluorescein isothiocyanate and evaluated for their ability to stain p. boydii in tissues. the conjugates were first tested with cultures of 25 p. boydii isolates and 26 heterologous fungi ...19836195179
cellulolytic activity of moulds. i. characteristics of the cellulases complex and xylanase of the strain aspergillus terreus f-413.among 79 strains of moulds belonging to 17 different species, the strain aspergillus terreus f-413 which showed the highest cellulolytic activity was isolated for further studies. some properties of the complex of cellulases formed by this strain as well as the dynamics of their synthesis under optimal submerged culture conditions were characterized.19826189375
cellulolytic activity of moulds. iv. evaluation of the utility of cellulosic wastes for biosynthesis of cellulases and xylanase by aspergillus terreus f-413.the value of various cellulosic wastes for the synthesis of cellulolytic enzymes by the mould aspergillus terreus f-413 was determined in submerged culture. the best results were obtained by using beet pulp. the dynamics of their synthesis was observed during a 12-day culture on the medium most favourable for the synthesis of cellulases.19846083706
cellulolytic activity of moulds. iii. enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose by cellulase preparation from aspergillus terreus f-413.the strain aspergillus terreus f-413 was used to obtain cellulolytic enzymes; it was cultivated on cellucotton by the submerged method in a 101 fermenter. the crude enzymatic preparation obtained from the post-culture liquid, containing small amounts of other enzymes besides active cellulases, was used for hydrolysis of several kinds of cellulose. the highest saccharification percentage was obtained with cellucotton and filter paper, while the lowest with lignocellulosic materials such as straw ...19846083705
the autolysis of aspergillus terreus in a physiologically acid medium. 19676077930
[oxidation of some alkanes by the fungus aspergillus terreus]. 19665995740
variations inth the cultural characteristics of rhizoctonia solani, and its antagonists: aspergillus terreus and aspergillus flavus occurring in the rhizosphere of cotton. 19655877017
the biosynthesis of phenols. 5. the relationships of some phenolic metabolites of mutants of aspergillus terreus thom, i.m.i. 16043. 19645832298
cervical lymphadenopathy caused by aspergillus terreus. 19695774321
ll-s88-alpha, an antiviral substance produced by aspergillus terreus. 19685735364
experimental pathology of aspergillus terreus-flavipes group species. 19685647152
a response of aspergillus terreus mutants to nitrite. 19715575543
chemical and physiological changes in fungi during autolysis. xi. the exponential law in the induced autolysis of aspergillus terreus. 19705508762
[selection of the optimal medium for biosynthesis of cellulolytic enzymes by aspergillus terreus 17p using the steep ascent method]. 19705497278
[effect of the nutrient medium on the biosynthesis of cellulolytic enzymes by the heat resistant fungus aspergillus terreus]. 19705493347
assimilatory and dissimilatory utilization of nitrate by aspergillus terreus mutants. 19705433028
effect of l-asparaginase from aspergillus terreus on ascites sarcoma in the rat. 19705411861
the effect of nitrogen sources on acid production by aspergillus terreus. 19695358094
[dermatoonychomycosis caused by aspergillus terreus thom]. 19685304714
[production of l-asparaginase by aspergillus terreus]. 19715151228
the biosynthesis of phenols. xxiv. the conversion of the anthraquinone question into the benzophenone, sulochrin, in cultures of aspergillus terreus. 19725065535
aspergillosis: comparative virulence, metabolic rate, growth rate and ubiquinone content of soil and human isolates of aspergillus terreus. 19744850653
studies on the metabolic pathway for itatartaric acid formation by aspergillus terreus. ii. use of (-)citramalate, citraconate and itaconate by cell-free extracts. 19744836927
studies on the metabolic pathway for itatartaric acid formation by aspergillus terreus. i. metabolism of glucose and some c5 and c6-carboxylic acids. 19744836926
[extraction of cellulolytic enzymes and xylanase from a filtrate of the culture fluid of the heat-tolerant fungus aspergillus terreus 17p]. 19734771034
growth and fat formation of aspergillus oryzae and aspergillus terreus on enzyme-hydrolyzed sweet potatoes. 19734763732
component fatty acids of aspergillus terreus fat. 19734761319
microbial hydroxylation of 5-anilino-1,2,3,4-thiatriazole.two hundred eighty-five fungi, including 100 basidiomycetes and 35 yeasts, 75 actinomycetes, and 40 bacteria were screened for their ability to convert 5-anilino-1,2,3,4-thiatriazole (at) to 5-(p-hydroxyanilino)-1,2,3,4-thiatriazole (p-ht). eleven cultures were found that formed p-ht, which was isolated and whose structure was determined. aspergillus tamarii nrrl 3280 formed 8.6 g of p-ht/liter from 10 g of at/liter (78.9% conversion) in shaken flasks and 4.57 g of p-ht/liter from 6 g of at/lite ...19734699219
influence of nitrogen source on the synthesis of fat from sucrose by aspergillus terreus, aspergillus ochraceus, cladosporium fulvum, cladosporium herbarum and penicillium gladioli. 19724672593
fixation of nitrogen by the mutants of aspergillus terreus nrrl 1960. 19724671434
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