Silent Superbug Micro

Lookout the Strain CBL001/ FILAMENT PRODUCTION IN HUMAN SKIN called Silent Super bug Micro.







Terms and terminology of Microcystin

MICROCYSTIN-LR / FAST DEATH FACTOR
The microcystins are hepatotoxic products of freshwater blooms of cyanobacteria of Microcystis spp., M. aeruginosa in particular. Microcystin-LR, also known as the fast death factor, is the most common of the microcystins and presumably the toxin of choice to be weaponized. Although the aerosolized form of microcystin is the most likely threat, ingestion - even from natural sources - must be considered a significant hazard.



MICROCYSTIS-LR / PATHOGENICITY
**** Freshwater cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa (UTEX 2385) induced DNA damage in vivo and in vitro
**** Microcystin-LR induces oxidative DNA damage in human hepatoma cell line HepG2.
**** Allergenic (sensitization, skin and eye irritation) effects of freshwater cyanobacteria - experimental evidence

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**** Human Phaeohyphomycotic Osteomyelitis Caused by the Coelomycete Phomopsis Saccardo 1905: Criteria for Identification, Case History, and Therapy
**** First report of subcutaneous phaeohyphomycosis of the foot caused by Phoma minutella.
**** A deeply invasive Phoma species infection in a renal transplant recipient.
**** Fungi: Phoma
**** Phoma glomerata as a Mycoparasite of Powdery Mildew
**** Phoma sojicola comb. nov. and other hyaline-spored coelomycetes ...
**** First report of Phoma sorghina (Sacc.)
**** PHOMA/ WWW.FORENSICA.COM
**** ITS sequencing support for Epicoccum nigrum and Phoma epicoccina being the same biological species
**** Some isolates originally identified as E. nigrum developed a "Phoma-like" pycnidial state
**** Extracellular lipolytic activity in Phoma glomerata
**** Freely cultural prevention of petit vert Fusarium wilt (Phoma bacteria) by soil disinfection by solar heat.
**** Nomenclature Fact Sheet: Phoma andigena Turkensteen 1995
**** Nomenclatural Fact Sheet - Phoma crystalliniformis
**** Registration of Ascochyta Blight and Fusarium Wilt Resistant CA2954 Kabuli Chickpea Germplasm
**** Evidence of the production of silver nanoparticles via ...
**** Phoma blights
**** A PHOMA SP. THAT KILLS COMMON CRUPINA (CRUPINA VULGARIS)
**** Biological, Ecological and...
**** Identification of Sources of Resistance to Phoma medicaginis Isolates in Medicago truncatula SARDI Core Collection Accessions, and Multigene Differentiation of Isolates
**** Clamidóspora de Poma glomerata
**** Check-list for scientific names of common parasitic fungi. Supplement Series 2c, d (additions and corrections): Fungi on field crops: pulse (legumes), forage crops (herbage legumes), vegetables and cruciferous crop
**** PLANT PEST DIAGNOSTIC BRANCH ANNUAL REPORT 2003

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**** The first distribution, biomass and toxicity study of a newly established bloom of the colonial cyanobacteria Microcystis aeruginosa was conducted on October 15, 2003 in the upper San Francisco Bay Estuary. Microcystis aeruginosa was widely distributed throughout 180 km of waterways in the upper San Francisco Bay Estuary from freshwater to brackish water environments and contained hepatotoxic microcystins at all stations

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