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David P. Fewer researcher Wikidata

Fewer, David P. 1975- German National Library

VIAF ID: 67411304 (Personal)

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Chroococcidiopsis and heterocyst-differentiating cyanobacteria are each other's closest living relatives. Wikidata
Culture-independent evidence for the persistent presence and genetic diversity of microcystin-producing Anabaena Wikidata
Cyanobacterial toxins: biosynthetic routes and evolutionary roots. Wikidata
Cyclic peptide production using a macrocyclase with enhanced substrate promiscuity and relaxed recognition determinants. Wikidata
The cyclochlorotine mycotoxin is produced by the nonribosomal peptide synthetase CctN in Talaromyces islandicus ('Penicillium islandicum'). Wikidata
Deinobacterium chartae gen. nov., sp. nov., an extremely radiation-resistant, biofilm-forming bacterium isolated from a Finnish paper mill. Wikidata
Draft genome sequence of Talaromyces islandicus ("Penicillium islandicum") WF-38-12, a neglected mold with significant biotechnological potential. Wikidata
The genetic basis for O-acetylation of the microcystin toxin in cyanobacteria. Wikidata
Genetic Organization of Anabaenopeptin and Spumigin Biosynthetic Gene Clusters in the Cyanobacterium Sphaerospermopsis torques-reginae ITEP-024. Wikidata
Genome mining demonstrates the widespread occurrence of gene clusters encoding bacteriocins in cyanobacteria. Wikidata
Genome mining expands the chemical diversity of the cyanobactin family to include highly modified linear peptides. Wikidata
Genomic insights into the distribution, genetic diversity and evolution of polyketide synthases and nonribosomal peptide synthetases. Wikidata
Identification of geosmin and 2-methylisoborneol in cyanobacteria and molecular detection methods for the producers of these compounds. Wikidata
Improving the coverage of the cyanobacterial phylum using diversity-driven genome sequencing. Wikidata
Insights into the physiology and ecology of the brackish-water-adapted cyanobacterium Nodularia spumigena CCY9414 based on a genome-transcriptome analysis German National Library Wikidata
Lichen species identity and diversity of cyanobacterial toxins in symbiosis. Wikidata
Minimum Information about a Biosynthetic Gene cluster. Wikidata
Molecular evidence for the antiquity of group I introns interrupting transfer RNA genes in cyanobacteria German National Library
Natural Product Biosynthetic Diversity and Comparative Genomics of the Cyanobacteria. Wikidata
Phylogenomic Analysis of the Microviridin Biosynthetic Pathway Coupled with Targeted Chemo-Enzymatic Synthesis Yields Potent Protease Inhibitors. Wikidata
Production of High Amounts of Hepatotoxin Nodularin and New Protease Inhibitors Pseudospumigins by the Brazilian Benthic Nostoc sp. CENA543. Wikidata
Rearranged Biosynthetic Gene Cluster and Synthesis of Hassallidin E in Planktothrix serta PCC 8927. Wikidata
Recurrent adenylation domain replacement in the microcystin synthetase gene cluster. Wikidata
Simultaneous Production of Anabaenopeptins and Namalides by the Cyanobacterium Nostoc sp. CENA543. Wikidata
Speciation in red algae: members of the Ceramiales as model organisms. Wikidata
Strains of the toxic and bloom-forming Nodularia spumigena (cyanobacteria) can degrade methylphosphonate and release methane. Wikidata
A Unique Tryptophan C-Prenyltransferase from the Kawaguchipeptin Biosynthetic Pathway Wikidata

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