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Molecular biological and biochemical investigations of the biosynthesis of mycotoxins in ascomycota
Fungi are rich sources of secondary metabolites. Among these secondary metabolites, the ergot alkaloids are both pharmaceutically useful and toxic. Ergot alkaloids are indole derivatives produced by fungi of the genera Claviceps, Aspergillus and Penicillium with Claviceps purpurea (C. purpurea) as the most important producer for medical use. C. purpurea produces ergotamine and ergocryptine as main ergot alkaloids. The clavine-type alkaloids, e.g. festuclavine, pyroclavine and fumigaclavines A,doi:10.17192/z2012.0508 fatcat:sc2ay3spajc4rnogxqo6j6abqe