Aspergillus Can Kill Us…or Thrill Us – Ep.672

Aspergillus Can Kill Us…or Thrill Us – Ep.672

Record date: Jan 25, 2012

Nancy Keller, a professor of Medical Microbiology and Immunology at UW-Madison, introduces Aspergillus, a genus of fungi, well known to human kind due to the inclusion of harmful pathogens, industrial workhorses, food and beverage microbes and genetic models. This genus of fungus is known for its production of biologically active natural products that are either harmful or helpful to humankind.

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