About Aspergillus terreus str. IFO6365 (GCA_009932835.1)
Aspergillus terreus, also known as Aspergillus terrestris, is a fungus (mold) found worldwide in soil. Although thought to be strictly asexual until recently, A. terreus is now known to be capable of sexual reproduction. It was also the initial source for the drug mevinolin (lovastatin), a drug for lowering serum cholesterol. Aspergillus terreus can cause opportunistic infection in people with deficient immune systems. It is relatively resistant to amphotericin B, a common antifungal drug. Aspergillus terreus also produces aspterric acid and 6-hydroxymellein, inhibitors of pollen development in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Taxonomy ID 33178
Data source Chubu university
This species currently has no variation database. However you can process your own variants using the Variant Effect Predictor: