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The presence of novel 3-hydroxy oxylipins on surfaces of hat-shaped ascospores of Ascoidea africana Batra & Francke-Grosmann

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Immunofluorescence microscopy exposed the presence of novel 3-hydroxy oxylipins on the surfaces of aggregated hat-shaped ascospores of Ascoidea africana. These compounds were confirmed by gas chromatography – mass spectrometry analysis. Only the complete structure of a novel 3-hydroxy 10:1 could be determined.Key words: Ascoidea africana, ascospore, 3-hydroxy oxylipins, immunofluorescence microscopy, yeast.

La microscopie par immunofluorescence a révélé la présence de nouvelles 3-hydroxy oxylipines à la surface d'ascospores agglomérés en forme de chapeau de Ascoidea africana. Celles-ci ont été confirmées par analyse de chromatographie en phase gazeuse – spectrométrie de masse. Seule la structure complète d'un nouveau 3-hydroxy 10:1 a pu être déterminée.Mots clés : Ascoidea africana, ascospores, 3-hydroxy oxylipines, microscopie par immunofluorescence, levures.[Traduit par la Rédaction]

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2005

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