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Host specific patho toxins produced by helminthosporium maydis race t


Host specific patho toxins produced by helminthosporium maydis race t



Agricultural and Biological Chemistry 44(11): 2613-2622



ISSN/ISBN: 0002-1369

Two host-specific pathotoxins, Band 1- and Band 2-toxins, were isolated from the toxin complex obtained from the culture broth and mycelial mat of H. maydis, race T, the fungus causing southern corn blight disease. Chemical and spectrometric studies showed them to be polyketo-polyhydroxy compounds with C41 carbon chains. Band 2-toxin is identical to Band 1-toxin except that Band 2 toxin has an additional hydroxyl group in place of one of the keto-groups of Band 1-toxin.

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