Applied Mycology and Biotechnology

Most industrial processes used fungal cells for the bulk manufacturing of organic acids, proteins, enzymes, secondary metabolites and active pharmaceutical ingredients in white and red biotechnology. A number of challenges now need to be addressed to improve our strategies to control fungal pathogenicity and to optimise the use of fungi as sources for novel compounds. In addition to the multiple reaction sequences of fermentations, fungi are extremely useful in carrying out biotransformation processes. Molecular manipulations have been added to mutational techniques as a means of increasing yields of microbial processes and in the discovery of new drugs. 

  • Marine mycotechnology
  • Fungal metabolites
  • Genetic engineering of filamentous fungi
  • Fungal leaching
  • Fungal use in control of pests and pathogens
  • Yeast and synthetic biology

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