Genomic Study Explores Adaptations Found in Fungi Used for Making Cheese | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Using new and existing Penicillium genomes, a French team has uncovered horizontal gene transfer events that appear to lend some fungal species traits that make them particularly suited for cheese production.

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