Developments in fungal taxonomy.

@article{Guarro1999DevelopmentsIF,
  title={Developments in fungal taxonomy.},
  author={Josep Guarro and Gen{\'e}J and Alberto Miguel Stchigel},
  journal={Clinical microbiology reviews},
  year={1999},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={454-500}
}
Fungal infections, especially those caused by opportunistic species, have become substantially more common in recent decades. Numerous species cause human infections, and several new human pathogens are discovered yearly. This situation has created an increasing interest in fungal taxonomy and has led to the development of new methods and approaches to fungal biosystematics which have promoted important practical advances in identification procedures. However, the significance of some data… CONTINUE READING

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