Highlighting five posters from the 16th European Conference on Fungal Genetics
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Highlighting four posters from the 2022 Fungal Genetics Conference
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Fungal pigments from the perspective of a scientist with passion for tattoos
Kustrim Cerimi speculates how fungal pigments could be used in tattoos in the future.
Fungal metabolites in pre- and postnatal human nutrition: How they may affect us and what to do about it
Kustrim Cerimi takes a closer look at fungal metabolites in human nutrition.