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four groups based on their characteristic functional groups ( Biro, 2003 ). Deoxynivalenol (DON) is a mycotoxin classified as a type B trichothecene. Recent surveys have indicated that more than 50% of different cereal samples were positive for DON
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Authors:Nora Foroud, André Laroche, Mark Jordan, Brian Ellis, and François Eudes
The current study explores the differential transcriptome and proteome of three wheat genotypes with 75% homology in their response to a series of treatments with trichothecene producing and non-producing
and with deoxynivalenol trichothecenes.
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