Cladosporium Species Recovered from Clinical Samples in the United States.

@article{SandovalDenis2015CladosporiumSR,
  title={Cladosporium Species Recovered from Clinical Samples in the United States.},
  author={Marcelo Sandoval-Denis and Deanna A. Sutton and Adela Martin-Vicente and Jos{\'e} F Cano-Lira and Nathan P Wiederhold and Josep Guarro and Josepa Gen{\'e}},
  journal={Journal of clinical microbiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={53 9},
  pages={
          2990-3000
        }
}
Cladosporium species are ubiquitous, saprobic, dematiaceous fungi, only infrequently associated with human and animal opportunistic infections. We have studied a large set of Cladosporium isolates recovered from clinical samples in the United States to ascertain the predominant species there in light of recent taxonomic changes in this genus and to determine whether some could possibly be rare potential pathogens. A total of 92 isolates were identified using phenotypic and molecular methods… CONTINUE READING
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