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Mechanism of interaction of an endofungal bacterium Serratia marcescens D1 with its host and non-host fungi
Association of bacteria with fungi is a major area of research in infection biology, however, very few strains of bacteria have been reported that can invade and reside within fungal hyphae. Here, we report the characterization of an endofungal bacterium Serratia marcescens D1 from Mucor irregularis SS7 hyphae. Upon re-inoculation, colonization of the endobacterium S. marcescens D1 in the hyphae of Mucor irregularis SS7 was demonstrated using stereo microscopy. However, S. marcescens D1 faileddoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0224051 pmid:32320394 fatcat:sfyjsdv2sbaipc2aebtbfo5sha