Phylogeography and evolutionary patterns in Sporothrix spanning more than 14 000 human and animal case reports.

@article{Zhang2015PhylogeographyAE,
  title={Phylogeography and evolutionary patterns in Sporothrix spanning more than 14 000 human and animal case reports.},
  author={Yuanchao Zhang and Ferry Hagen and Benjamin Stielow and Anderson Messias Rodrigues and Kittipan Samerpitak and Xiao-Li Zhou and Peiying Feng and Liyue Yang and Meihan Chen and Shengqiong Deng and Shu yan Li and Wan-Qing Liao and R Li and F Li and J. F. Meis and Josep Guarro and M Teixeira and Hassan S. M. Al-Zahrani and Zoilo Pires de Camargo and Litao Zhang and Gerit Sybren De Hoog},
  journal={Persoonia},
  year={2015},
  volume={35},
  pages={1-20}
}
Pathology to vertebrate hosts has emerged repeatedly in the order Ophiostomatales. Occasional infections have been observed in Sporothrix mexicana at a low level of virulence, while the main pathogenic species cluster in a derived clade around S. schenckii s.str. In this paper, phylogeny and epidemiology of the members of this clade were investigated for 99 clinical and 36 environmental strains using four genetic loci, viz. rDNA ITS and partial CAL, TEF1, and TEF3; data are compared with… CONTINUE READING
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