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Genome sequencing and analysis of the versatile cell factory Aspergillus niger CBS 513.88
HJ Pel, JH de Winde, DB Archer, PS Dyer, G Hofmann, PJ Schaap, ...
Nature biotechnology 25 (2), 221-231, 2007
Insights from the genome of the biotrophic fungal plant pathogen Ustilago maydis
J Kämper, R Kahmann, M Bölker, LJ Ma, T Brefort, BJ Saville, F Banuett, ...
Nature 444 (7115), 97-101, 2006
Hydrophobins: multipurpose proteins
HAB Wösten
Annual Reviews in Microbiology 55 (1), 625-646, 2001
Genome sequence of the model mushroom Schizophyllum commune
RA Ohm, JF De Jong, LG Lugones, A Aerts, E Kothe, JE Stajich, ...
Nature biotechnology 28 (9), 957-963, 2010
Hydrophobins, the fungal coat unravelled
HAB Wösten, ML de Vocht
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Reviews on Biomembranes 1469 (2), 79-86, 2000
A novel class of secreted hydrophobic proteins is involved in aerial hyphae formation in Streptomyces coelicolor by forming amyloid-like fibrils
D Claessen, R Rink, W de Jong, J Siebring, P de Vreugd, FGH Boersma, ...
Genes & development 17 (14), 1714-1726, 2003
How a fungus escapes the water to grow into the air
HAB Wösten, MA van Wetter, LG Lugones, HC van der Mei, HJ Busscher, ...
Current Biology 9 (2), 85-88, 1999
Interfacial self‐assembly of a hydrophobin into an amphipathic protein membrane mediates fungal attachment to hydrophobic surfaces.
HA Wösten, FH Schuren, JG Wessels
The EMBO Journal 13 (24), 5848-5854, 1994
Interfacial self-assembly of a fungal hydrophobin into a hydrophobic rodlet layer.
HAB Wosten, OMH De Vries, JGH Wessels
The Plant Cell 5 (11), 1567-1574, 1993
Localization of growth and secretion of proteins in Aspergillus niger
HAB Wösten, SM Moukha, JH Sietsma, JGH Wessels
Microbiology 137 (8), 2017-2023, 1991
Development in aspergillus
P Krijgsheld, R Bleichrodt, GJ Van Veluw, F Wang, WH Müller, ...
Studies in mycology 74, 1-29, 2013
Genome sequence of the button mushroom Agaricus bisporus reveals mechanisms governing adaptation to a humic-rich ecological niche
E Morin, A Kohler, AR Baker, M Foulongne-Oriol, V Lombard, LG Nagye, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (43), 17501-17506, 2012
Amyloids—a functional coat for microorganisms
MFBG Gebbink, D Claessen, B Bouma, L Dijkhuizen, HAB Wösten
Nature Reviews Microbiology 3 (4), 333-341, 2005
Role of proteins in soil carbon and nitrogen storage: controls on persistence
MC Rillig, BA Caldwell, HAB Wösten, P Sollins
Biogeochemistry 85 (1), 25-44, 2007
Insoluble hydrophobin complexes in the walls of Schizophyllum commune and other filamentous fungi
OMH de Vries, MP Fekkes, HAB Wösten, JGH Wessels
Archives of Microbiology 159 (4), 330-335, 1993
Structural characterization of the hydrophobin SC3, as a monomer and after self-assembly at hydrophobic/hydrophilic interfaces
ML De Vocht, K Scholtmeijer, EW Van Der Vegte, OMH De Vries, ...
Biophysical journal 74 (4), 2059-2068, 1998
Localization of the pathway of the penicillin biosynthesis in Penicillium chrysogenum.
WH Müller, TP Van der Krift, AJ Krouwer, HA Wösten, LH Van Der Voort, ...
The EMBO journal 10 (2), 489-495, 1991
Regulation of Streptomyces development: reach for the sky!
D Claessen, W De Jong, L Dijkhuizen, HAB Wösten
Trends in microbiology 14 (7), 313-319, 2006
Interaction and comparison of a class I hydrophobin from Schizophyllum commune and class II hydrophobins from Trichoderma reesei
S Askolin, M Linder, K Scholtmeijer, M Tenkanen, M Penttilä, ML de Vocht, ...
Biomacromolecules 7 (4), 1295-1301, 2006
Hydrophobins, from molecular structure to multiple functions in fungal development
HAB Wösten, JGH Wessels
Mycoscience 38 (3), 363-374, 1997
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