Targeting Conserved Genes in Aspergillus Species

The genus Aspergillus is among the economically most important fungal genera, which contains about 350 species. They occur worldwide, and have both beneficial and harmful effects on humans, animals, and plants. Several molecular sequence-based approaches have been tested to identify Aspergillus isolates at the species level. In this chapter, we give an overview of the methods which proved to be most suitable in our experience.

Year prepared: 

2016