Penicillium expansum strain isolated from indoor building material was able to grow on gypsum board and emitted guttation droplets containing chaetoglobosins and communesins A, B and D

M. J. Salo*, T. Marik, R. Mikkola, M. A. Andersson, L. Kredics, H. Salonen, J. Kurnitski

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