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Moussa, T. A., N. M. Kadasa, H. S. Al Zahrani, S. A. Ahmed, P. Feng, E. A. H. van den Gerrits, Y. Zhang, R. Kano, F. Li, and S. Li, "Origin and distribution of Sporothrix globosa causing sapronoses in Asia.", Journal of medical microbiology, 2017. Abstract
Moussa, T. A. A., G. M. Ahmed, and S. M. S. Abdel-Hmid, "Optimization of Cultural Conditions for Biosurfactant Production from Nocardia amarae", Journal of Applied Sciences Research, vol. 2, no. 11: INSInet Publication, pp. 844–850, 2006. Abstract
Alzahrani, S. A., N. M. Alhazmi, and T. A. A. Moussa, "Optimization of chitinase production from Aspergillus terreus and its activity against root-knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita", Boscience Research, vol. 18, issue 2, pp. 1313-1324, 2021. Abstract


Moussa, T. A. A., and N. A. Tharwat, "Optimization of cellulase and -glucosidase induction by sugarbeet pathogen Sclerotium rolfsii", African Journal of Biotechnology, vol. 6, pp. 1048-1054, 2007. AbstractWebsite

The ability to produce cellulose degrading enzymes by sugarbeet pathogen Sclerotium rolfsii Sacc. in liquid synthetic media with carboxymethy cellulose (CMC) as inducer was studied. Several cultural conditions were examined to assess their effect in optimizing enzymes production. Shaking cultures gave higher yields of cellulases compared with static ones. Aspargine supplement was the best nitrogen source, especially at 3.0 g/l concentration, in promoting enzyme production. Variation of cellulose/xylan ratio in the culture medium showed that cellulose and xylan induced both cellulases synthesis but cellulose being the most effective specific substrate. The influence of different inhibitors on enzymes production by S. rolfsii was also studied. Cyclohexmide and ethidium bromide inhibited protein synthesis by S. rolfsii. Moreover, glucose repressed cellulase synthesis in S. rolfsii.

Stielow, J. B., C. A. Lévesque, K. A. Seifert, W. Meyer, L. Irinyi, D. Smits, R. Renfurm, G. J. M. Verkley, M. Groenewald, D. Chaduli, et al., "One fungus, which genes? Development and assessment of universal primers for potential secondary fungal DNA barcodes", Persoonia-Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi, vol. 35, no. 1: Naturalis Biodiversity Center, pp. 242–263, 2015. Abstract