Multilocus microsatellite analysis of European and African Candida glabrata isolates

@article{Chillemi2016MultilocusMA,
  title={Multilocus microsatellite analysis of European and African Candida glabrata isolates},
  author={V. Chillemi and C. Lo Passo and A. Diepeningen and S. Rharmitt and D. Delfino and A. Cascio and N. E. Nnadi and B. D. Cilo and P. Sampaio and H. Tietz and J. Pem{\'a}n and G. Criseo and O. Romeo and F. Scordino},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases},
  year={2016},
  volume={35},
  pages={885-892}
}
This study aimed to elucidate the genetic relatedness and epidemiology of 127 clinical and environmental Candida glabrata isolates from Europe and Africa using multilocus microsatellite analysis. Each isolate was first identified using phenotypic and molecular methods and subsequently, six unlinked microsatellite loci were analyzed using automated fluorescent genotyping. Genetic relationships were estimated using the minimum-spanning tree (MStree) method. Microsatellite analyses revealed the… Expand
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