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Study Name: Validation of the transfer of sugar catabolism model from Aspergillus niger to other fungi using an orthology-based approach

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GOLD Study ID Gs0142511
Study Name Validation of the transfer of sugar catabolism model from Aspergillus niger to other fungi using an orthology-based approach
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PI Ronald de Vries
Description Using the high quality manually curated genome sequence of Aspergillus niger NRRL3 and a large transcriptomic dataset on individual monomeric sugars, the authors have constructed a model for sugar catabolism. This model has the potential of being a reference for other fungi, but to which extent the knowledge can easily be transferred is not known. In this study, the authors aim to test the potential and limits of transferring this model to other fungi using an orthology-based approach combined with omics-analysis on relevant carbon sources to compare the response in different fungi.
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Number of Organisms 4
Number of Seq Projects 108
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