Yeast identification in the clinical microbiology laboratory: phenotypical methods.

@article{Freydire2001YeastII,
  title={Yeast identification in the clinical microbiology laboratory: phenotypical methods.},
  author={A M Freydi{\`e}re and R. M. F. Guinet and Patrick Boiron},
  journal={Medical mycology},
  year={2001},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={9-33}
}
Emerging yeast pathogens are favoured by increasing numbers of immunocompromised patients and by certain current medical practices. These yeasts differ in their antifungal drug susceptibilities, and rapid species identification is imperative. A large variety of methods have been developed with the aim of facilitating rapid, accurate yeast identification. Significant recent commercial introductions have included species-specific direct enzymatic colour tests, differential chromogenic isolation… CONTINUE READING

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