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- Kim, Jong H.; Chan, Kathleen L.; Mahoney, Noreen
- International Journal of Molecular Sciences 2015 v.16 no.11 pp. 26850-26870
- Aspergillus fumigatus; Penicillium; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; antifungal properties; benzaldehyde; carvacrol; cell walls; chemosensitization; fludioxonil; mitogen-activated protein kinase; mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase; mutants; pathogens; structure-activity relationships; thymol; yeasts
- ... Disruption of cell wall integrity system should be an effective strategy for control of fungal pathogens. To augment the cell wall disruption efficacy of monoterpenoid phenols (carvacrol, thymol), antimycotic potency of benzaldehyde derivatives that can serve as chemosensitizing agents were evaluated against strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae wild type (WT), slt2∆ and bck1∆ (mutants of the mitoge ...
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