Fuligopyrones from the fruiting bodies of myxomycete Fuligo septica offer short-term protection from abiotic stress induced by UV radiation

Scott A. Minns, Simon Bowles, Ernest Lacey, John A. Kalaitzis, Daniel Vuong, Mark S. Butler, Andrew M. Piggott*

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