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Catalogue of medically important fungal strains collected in Japan

Catalogue of medically important fungal strains collected in Japan

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Published by Japan Scientific Societies Press, Business Center for Academic Societies Japan [distributor] in Tokyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fungi -- collections -- catalogs.,
  • Fungi, Pathogenic -- Catalogs,
  • Fungi, Pathogenic -- Japan -- Catalogs,
  • Medical mycology -- Japan

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditor, Hideyo Yamaguchi ; associate editors, Ryoichi Fukushiro ... [et al.].
    ContributionsFukushiro, Ryoichi, Yamaguchi, Hideyo, 1934-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR245 C38 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination110 p. :
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21480356M
    ISBN 104762294799
    OCLC/WorldCa18686265

      1. Introduction. Cryptococcus is an important fungal pathogen causing life-threatening meningitis of significant morbidity and mortality. Among the 70 identified species of Cryptococcus, Cryptococcus neoformans and Cryptococcus gattii are the major causative agents of human cryptococcosis (Kurtzman et al., ).While C. neoformans is a major fungal pathogen causing . The role of a novel fungal strain Trichoderma atroviride RVF3 in improving humic acid content in mature compost and vermicompost via ligninolytic and celluloxylanolytic Humic acid (HA), the most important and resistant component of soil organic matter, is an important parameter to define the quality of compost and vermi-compost. HA is a.

    Recent changes in the Fungal Code of Nomenclature and developments in molecular phylogeny are about to lead to dramatic changes in the naming of medically important molds and yeasts. In this article, we present a widely supported and simple proposal to . George G. Khachatourians, Daniel Uribe, in Applied Mycology and Biotechnology, 1 INTRODUCTION. Fungal disease of insects represents an important opportunity for understanding the molecular basis of the interaction between entomopathogenic fungi (EPF) and their insect hosts and ultimately their applied uses in mycology, biotechnology and entomology, which is insect biocontrol.

    Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) was used to discriminate important wood-destroying fungi. Mycelia of 26 fungal strains belonging to 24 different species were grown on agar plates and subjected to FTIR attenuated total reflection (ATR) measurements. To classify the FTIR spectra, cluste Optical Diagnosis.   The fungal strains that were used to generate this library were picked from the collection of the Westerdijk Institute in an unbiased manner. A .


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This culture collection contains only non-pathogenic microorganisms contains information on strain names and special application of the particular microorganisms. It contains approximat bacterial and 5, fungal strains.

Microbial strain information. Global catalogue Author: Lawrence P. Wackett. A large collection of cultures is maintained by the Inst. for Fermentation in Osaka, Japan. A list of fungal species in IFO is available. The catalog is available on CD-ROM or in printed form, but is not yet online.

International Culture Collection of Arbuscular and VA Mycorrhizal Fungi (INVAM). Desmond K. O’toole, in Advances in Applied Microbiology, 1 Seed Koji. The use of pure fungal strains for koji production requires the production of seed koji (tane koji) to act as a starter culture for the koji is a mass of spores, not mycelia, of the koji mold grown on a suitable carbohydrate base, usually rice or wheat bran.

The carbohydrate base is sterilized. Fungal diseases are often caused by fungi that are common in the environment. Fungi live outdoors in soil and on plants and trees as well as on many indoor surfaces and on human skin.

Most fungi are not dangerous, but some types can be harmful to health. Queries-layout-strains_2: contains the list of queries that have been done by the end-user when searching Strains_2 table views (this is there to keep the preferences of the end-users; It will not be present if the end-user has not changed this option).

The medically important dimorphic fungi are Histoplasma capsulatum, Blastomyces dermatitidis, C. immitis, Paracoccidioides brasiliensis, Sporothrix schenckii, and Penicillium marneffei (see Chapter 60).

immitis is not thermally dimorphic. JCM T(originally M ) isolated from skin lesions of an AD patient in Tokyo, Japan, by T. Sugita on 30 September is maintained in the Japan Collection of Microorganisms (JCM), Saitama, Japan.

The other strains, M and M have also been deposited in the JCM, as JCM and JCMrespectively. This is the largest culture collection of medically important fungi in India. Strains that are/will be maintained i. Only fungal strains causing human or animal infection (clinical and environmental isolates) will be maintained.

For environmental isolates, only when similar species are known to cause human infection, may be maintained. Organisms and sources. A total of 1, nonduplicate fungal strains were collected prospectively from 75 medical centers located in North America (30 sites, strains), Europe (24 sites, strains), Latin America (10 sites, strains), and the Asia-Pacific region (11 sites, strains).

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Stresses molecular and biochemical studies of opportunistic and frank fungal pathogens!This book gives a comprehensive overview of human pathogenic fungi that offers a current and concise survey of virulence factors, host responses and recognition, treatment and diagnosis of infections, invasive enzymes, intracellular survival, morphogenesis, adaptation, and properties of major fungal /5(2).

Desmond K. O'toole, in Advances in Applied Microbiology, Seed Koji. The use of pure fungal strains for koji production requires the production of seed koji (tane koji) to act as a starter culture for the koji is a mass of spores, not mycelia, of the koji mold grown on a suitable carbohydrate base, usually rice or wheat bran.

The carbohydrate base is sterilized. Antagonist fungi play an important role in the biological control of phytopathogens. In this sense, Trichoderma genus is the most used for the biocontrol of soil fungus pathogens.

Three fungal strains isolated from adult cicadas collected at three distinct localities in Japan yielded almost identical 18S rRNA gene sequences to each other and also to the fungal symbiont sequences derived from dissected bacteriomes of Me. opalifera (SI Appendix, Fig.

S9), indicating that the fungal symbiont of Me. opalifera is cultivable. Medical books Fungal Immunology. Medical books Fungal Immunology:: From an Or. A comprehensive review of all known immune mechanisms for medically important fungal pathogens from the organ perspectives of the human body.

This authoritative guide is organized by organ system, as one particular fungus can have several different effects. Fungal strains, bacterial and viral isolates specimens were collected at first onset of fever, within 48 h thereafter, and at subsequent time points in the course of the febrile episode, upon.

Collection of natural O. sinensis specimens. Natural O. sinensis specimens were collected on the Tibetan Plateau in Southwestern China. The specimens (15 in total) were placed in a portable refrigerator, transported to our laboratory, and then stored at 4°C for no more than 2 weeks (for the culture-dependent investigation) or at −20°C until use (for the culture-independent investigation).

Methods. Over a 6-month period, strains of Aspergillus flavus were isolated in culture from corneal scrape or biopsy material of patients who presented with suppurative keratitis (clinical isolates). The strains were confirmed to be A. flavus by molecular methods (amplification of the internal transcribed spacer 2 [ITS 2] region and direct sequencing followed by comparative GenBank analysis).

Fungal Strains, Virus Isolates, and Plant Materials. A total of R. solani strains were isolated from potato tubers with black scurf disease randomly collected from different potato-planting areas located in the middle and western parts of Inner Mongolia Province of China from year – All fungal strains were maintained at laboratory.

Description: Strain catalogue information was collected from collections by online submission. We developed tools for automatic extraction of strain numbers and species name s from various sources, including Genbank, Pubmed, and SwissProt.

These new tools connect strain catalogue information with the corresponding nucleotide and protein. New Medical Worry: A Deadly Fungal Infection That Resists Treatment: Goats and Soda Candida auris first was identified in Japan in and now has been found in five continents.

1. Introduction. Malassezia pachydermatis is a lipophilic yeast that colonizes the stratum corneum and mucosal sites of dogs. Favorable growth conditions in the local environment allow excessive multiplication of this organism, which may then function as an opportunistic secondary may present with Malassezia otitis, dermatitis (either localized or generalized) or both.from enrichment.

A total of three fungal strains were isolated from the selected marine sample (VF1, VF2, VF3) from Veli, coast.

Biochemical characterizations of the isolated fungal strains were done using standard procedures and the results are shown in Table: 2.

Table: 2 Biochemical characterization of the isolated fungal strains.