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Two new yeasts, Trichosporon debeurmannianum sp. nov. and Trichosporon dermatis sp. nov., transferred from the Cryptococcus humicola complex



Two new yeasts, Trichosporon debeurmannianum sp. nov. and Trichosporon dermatis sp. nov., transferred from the Cryptococcus humicola complex



International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 51(Pt 3): 1221-1228



Cryptococcus humicola, as currently defined, shows intraspecific ribosomal RNA (rRNA) gene sequence differences. Three strains of this species produced arthroconidia on cornmeal agar and belonged to the genus Trichosporon in a molecular phylogeny. They clustered with the species possessing Q10 as the major ubiquinone and were serotype I. Sequence analyses clearly revealed that they were two new Trichosporon species.

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DOI: 10.1099/00207713-51-3-1221


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