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Trametes pubescens by Otto Miettinen, University of Helsinki, Finland
Trametes pubescens by Otto Miettinen, University of Helsinki, Finland

Trametes pubescens FBCC735 was sequenced and annotated by CBS-KNAW Fungal Biodiversity Centre and University of Helsinki, and incorporated into Mycocosm to facilitate comparative analyses.

Wood-rotting basidiomycete white-rot fungi are predominantly responsible for mineralization of the recalcitrant aromatic lignin polymer in nature. Among them, species from the genus Trametes are known as efficient lignin degraders. Trametes pubescens is a hardwood degrading saprobe, which is commonly found in Europe and in Northern America, and can produce a diverse set of lignin-modifying enzymes.

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