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Study Name: Penicillium chrysogenum Wisconsin 54-1255

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GOLD Study ID Gs0019479
Study Name Penicillium chrysogenum Wisconsin 54-1255
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Added By Nikos Kyrpides on 2008-03-30
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Description Penicillium chrysogenum, also known as Penicillium notatum, is a filamentous asexual fungus with a relatively small genome. It has been used for over 60 years for the industrial production of penicillin, an antibiotic commonly used to treat bacterial infections. It is currently the primary commercial source of penicillinV and penicillinG. Strain improvement has resulted in increased productivity over the original isolates, mainly due to the amplification of a large genomic fragment containing the penicillin biosynthesis gene cluster. The biosynthesis of penicillin and the genes involved have been characterized in detail. P.chrysogenum has a haploid genome size of 34.1 Mb and distributed over four chromosomes.
Relevance Antibiotic production
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Number of Biosamples 0
Number of Organisms 1
Number of Seq Projects 1
Number of Analysis Projects 1
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