Talaromyces atroroseus str. IBT 11181 (GCA_001907595) (ASM190759v1)

About Talaromyces atroroseus str. IBT 11181 (GCA_001907595)

Wikipedia

Talaromyces atroroseus is a species of fungus described as new to science in 2013. Found in soil and fruit, it was first identified from house dust collected in South Africa. The fungus produces a stable red pigment with no known toxins that, it is speculated, could be used in manufacturing, especially mass-produced foods.

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Taxonomy ID 1441469

Data source European Nucleotide Archive

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Gene annotation

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Comparative genomics

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Variation

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