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Stefano Paolacci, Yeltay Rakhmanov, Paolo Enrico Maltese, Francesca Fanelli, Raul Ettore Mattassi, Bruno Amato and Matteo Bertelli

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Gabi Mirela Matei, Sorin Matei, Adrian Matei and Elena Draghici

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Yusuf Mulazim, Cevdet Berber, Hakkı Erdogan, Melike Hacer Ozkan and Banu Kesanli

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Ahmed Sameer Al-Badran and Adam Mechler

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Yeltay Rakhmanov, Paolo Enrico Maltese, Francesca Fanelli, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar and Matteo Bertelli

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Andi Abeshi, Alessandra Zulian, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar, Lucia Ziccardi and Matteo Bertelli

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Yeltay Rakhmanov, Paolo Enrico Maltese, Stefano Paolacci, Alice Bruson and Matteo Bertelli

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Abin Sebastian, Rima Kumari, Boda Ravi Kiran and Majeti Narasimha Vara Prasad

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Ivana Marova, Martin Szotkowski, Martin Vanek, Marek Rapta, Dana Byrtusova, Nadzeya Mikheichyk, Andrea Haronikova, Milan Certik and Volha Shapaval

. Lipids of selected moulds grown for production of n-3 and n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids. Lipids 1992; 20: 15-20. 6. Kosa G, Kohler A Shapaval V, et al. Microtiter plate cultivation of oleaginous fungi and monitoring of lipogenesis by high-throughput FTIR spectroscopy. Microb Cell Fact 2017; 16: 101. 7. Shapaval V, Afseth NK, Vogt H, Kohler A. Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy for the prediction of fatty acid profiles in Mucor fungi grown in media with different carbon sources. Microb Cell Fact 2014; 4: 13-26. 8

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Andi Abeshi, Francesca Fanelli, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar, Benedetto Falsini and Matteo Bertelli

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