FEMS Affiliates Letter November 2020 - Page 7

FEMS Yeast Research
FEMS Microbiology Ecology
NOV 2020

FEMS Yeast Research

A homologous overexpression system to study roles of drug transporters in Candida glabrata
This article talks about the development of a strain containing seven ABC transporter deletion with overexpressed CgCDR1 locus and its expression system for characterizing membrane protein in pathogenic yeast Candida glabrata .
Sonam Kumari , Mohit Kumar , Nitesh Kumar Khandelwal , Ajay Kumar Pandey , Priyanka Bhakt , Rupinder Kaur , Rajendra Prasad , Naseem A Gaur
DOI : doi . org / 10.1093 / femsyr / foaa032 >

FEMS Microbiology Ecology

Vegetation type determines spore deposition within a forest – agricultural mosaic landscape
Miguel et al ., studied the relative contribution of vegetation , geographical distance , seasonality and weather to fungal spore deposition across three vegetation types . The results indicate that vegetation may be able to maintain similar fungal communities across distances , and likely be the driving factor of fungal spore deposition at landscape level .
Miguel A Redondo , Anna Berlin , Johanna Boberg , Jonàs Oliva
DOI : doi . org / 10.1093 / femsec / fiaa082 >

Out Now : Thematic Issue on Lactic Acid Bacteria​

We are proud to announce the publication of the latest Thematic Issue of papers from FEMS Microbiology Reviews on Lactic Acid Bacteria . It contains 11 review articles and an editorial written for the thirteenth International Symposium on Lactic Acid Bacteria ( LAB13 ), a conference held every 3 years in The Netherlands , although this edition has been postponed to next year ( 22-26th of August 2021 ).
We hope that this Thematic Issue will be of interest to many researchers inside and outside of the LAB field , and that it will inspire many to attend the thirteenth International Symposium on Lactic Acid bacteria in 2021 . Read the Thematic Issue >

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