Absidia: A genus of zygomycetous fungi, family Mucoraceae, order MUCORALES, which sometimes causes infection in humans.Mucorales: An order of zygomycetous fungi, usually saprophytic, causing damage to food in storage, but which may cause respiratory infection or MUCORMYCOSIS in persons suffering from other debilitating diseases.Mucormycosis: Infection in humans and animals caused by any fungus in the order Mucorales (e.g., Absidia, Mucor, Rhizopus etc.) There are many clinical types associated with infection of the central nervous system, lung, gastrointestinal tract, skin, orbit and paranasal sinuses. In humans, it usually occurs as an opportunistic infection in patients with a chronic debilitating disease, particularly uncontrolled diabetes, or who are receiving immunosuppressive agents. (From Dorland, 28th ed)Zygomycosis: Infection in humans and animals caused by fungi in the class Zygomycetes. It includes MUCORMYCOSIS and entomophthoramycosis. The latter is a tropical infection of subcutaneous tissue or paranasal sinuses caused by fungi in the order Entomophthorales. Phycomycosis, closely related to zygomycosis, describes infection with members of Phycomycetes, an obsolete classification.Rhizopus: A genus of zygomycetous fungi of the family Mucoraceae, order MUCORALES, a common saprophyte and facultative parasite of mature fruits and vegetables. It may cause cerebral mycoses in diabetes and cutaneous infection in severely burned patients.Fungi: A kingdom of eukaryotic, heterotrophic organisms that live parasitically as saprobes, including MUSHROOMS; YEASTS; smuts, molds, etc. They reproduce either sexually or asexually, and have life cycles that range from simple to complex. Filamentous fungi, commonly known as molds, refer to those that grow as multicellular colonies.Mucor: A genus of zygomycetous fungi of the family Mucoraceae, order Mucorales. It is primarily saprophytic, but may cause MUCORMYCOSIS in man from spores germinating in the lungs.MycosesSpores, Fungal: Reproductive bodies produced by fungi.
(1/36) Combined anti-fungal therapy and surgical resection as treatment of pulmonary zygomycosis in allogeneic bone marrow transplantation.

Opportunistic fungal infection is a rare but severe complication in allogeneic bone marrow transplant (BMT) recipients. We report a 49-year-old patient who developed pneumonitis after BMT, due to a Mucorales fungus (class Zygomycetes), Absidia corymbifera. Infections due to mucormycosis are likely to become increasingly recognized even though the occurrence after BMT has only been described sporadically. We postulate that the patient was contaminated before BMT despite no intensive drug treatment or other iatrogenic features, related to his poor living conditions and developed the infection during aplasia. He immediately received i.v. liposomal amphotericin B (AmBisome) and GM-CSF. Because there was no response, the infected area and necrotic tissue were resected. Despite initial clinical and biological improvement and the absence of Mucor on mycological examination post-surgery, the patient died 3 weeks later from bilateral pulmonary infection and multiorgan failure.  (+info)

(2/36) Fatal invasive cerebral Absidia corymbifera infection following bone marrow transplantation.

A 56-year-old dairy farmer received a fully HLA matched unrelated donor marrow transplant for high risk CML in chronic phase. His early post-transplant course was complicated by a series of massive intracerebral bleeds and by sepsis related to a malignant otitis externa. The microbial pathogen isolated from ear swabs was found to be Absidia corymbifera, but CT scan at the time showed no intracerebral extension. Despite neutrophil engraftment and aggressive antifungal management he succumbed. Autopsy revealed invasion of Absidia into the brain from the ear. We speculate that colonisation by Absidia resulted from occupational exposure.  (+info)

(3/36) Two unusual glycerophospholipids from a filamentous fungus, Absidia corymbifera.

The chloroform-methanol extractable lipids of the soil filamentous fungus Absidia corymbifera VKMF-965 account for about 20% by weight of dry cells and are composed of low-polarity constituents (about 75% of the total lipids), such as triacylglycerols (mainly), diacylglycerols, sterols and free fatty acids, as well as of glycolipids (about 3%) and phospholipids. The last consist largely of components common to the fungal lipids, namely, phosphatidylethanolamine (38% of the total phospholipids), phosphatidyl-myo-inositol (16%), diphosphatidylglycerol (12%), phosphatidylcholine (7%), phosphatidic acid (6%) and phosphatidylglycerol (3%), and two unusual phospholipids, PL1 (6%) and PL2 (9%). Based on the infrared (IR), (1)H-nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), (13)C-NMR and mass spectra along with the results of degradation experiment, these two phospholipids have been established to be 1,2-diacyl-sn-glycero-3-phospho(N-acetylethanolamine), or N-acetyl phosphatidylethanolamine, and 1,2-diacyl-sn-glycero-3-phospho(N-ethoxycarbonyl-ethanolamine), respectively. These structures have been confirmed by preparing similar phospholipids from the phosphatidylethanolamine isolated from the same fungus and correlating their chromatographic behaviour, IR and (1)H-NMR spectra with those of PL1 and PL2. So far N-acetyl phosphatidylethanolamine has been detected only in cattle and human brains and a human placenta but its structure was not rigorously proved. PL2 is a novel lipid; to our knowledge no natural phospholipid with an urethane group has yet been found. The main fatty acids of both the phospholipids are n-hexadecanoic, octadecanoic and octadecadienoic ones; PL2 contains in addition a considerable amount of octadecatrienoic acid with its greater portion located at the sn-1 position.  (+info)

(4/36) Treatment of Absidia corymbifera infection in mice with amphotericin B and itraconazole.

The activities of amphotericin B and itraconazole were studied in a temporarily neutropenic murine model of disseminated Absidia corymbifera infection, caused by two different strains. Amphotericin B MICs were 0.25 mg/L for both strains and itraconazole MICs were 1 and 2 mg/L. Amphotericin B was effective in vivo with both isolates. Itraconazole was less effective.  (+info)

(5/36) Soft tissue infection with Absidia corymbifera in a patient with idiopathic aplastic anemia.

We describe a case of primary cutaneous mucormycosis (zygomycosis) in a patient with idiopathic aplastic anemia which responded to surgical debridement and therapy with liposomal amphotericin B. The tissue removed at surgery showed dense infiltration with fungal hyphae on histopathological examination. Primary cultures of tissue on solid media were negative, but Absidia corymbifera was isolated from unprocessed tissue placed in brain heart infusion broth.  (+info)

(6/36) Purification and characterization of ginsenoside-alpha-L-rhamnosidase.

In this paper the ginsenoside-alpha-(1-->2)-L-rhamnosidase from microorganisms was purified and characterized. The enzyme hydrolyzed the 6-C, alpha-(1-->2)-L-rhamnoside of 20(S) and 20(R)-ginsenoside Rg2 to produce the 20(S) and 20(R)-ginsenoside Rh1, but hardly hydrolyzed the alpha-rhamnoside of pNPR. The enzyme molecular weight was about 53 kDa. The optimum temperature of enzyme reaction was 40 degrees C, and the optimum pH was 5.  (+info)

(7/36) Efficacy of antifungal therapy in a nonneutropenic murine model of zygomycosis.

Three isolates of zygomycetes belonging to three different genera (Rhizopus microsporus, Absidia corymbifera, and Apophysomyces elegans) were used to produce a disseminated infection in nonimmunocompromised mice. The therapeutic efficacy of amphotericin B, given intraperitoneally at doses ranging from 0.5 to 4.5 mg/kg of body weight/day, oral itraconazole at 100 mg/kg/day, and oral terbinafine at 150 mg/kg/day was evaluated in this model. The markers of antifungal efficacy were the median survival time, the mortality rate, and the percentage of infected organs. Organ culture was performed along with microscopic direct examinations of tissues to assess the presence of an active infection. An acute and lethal infection was obtained in untreated mice challenged with each of the three strains. The data obtained for direct examinations and qualitative cultures indicate that, due to the nonseptate nature of the hyphae, each technique gives different information and should be used together with the others. Against all three strains, amphotericin B yielded a 90 to 100% survival rate. Itraconazole was inactive against R. microsporus but significantly reduced mortality in mice infected with A. corymbifera or A. elegans. Terbinafine had no beneficial effects against R. microsporus and A. corymbifera despite documented absorption of the drug. Overall, only limited correlations were observed between MICs determined in vitro and in vivo efficacy of the drugs. The efficacy of itraconazole in these models of zygomycosis suggests that this drug, as well as the new azole compounds presently under development, warrants close evaluation.  (+info)

(8/36) Exposure to airborne microorganisms in furniture factories.

Microbiological air sampling was performed in 2 furniture factories located in eastern Poland. In one factory furniture were made from fibreboards and chipboards while in the other from beech wood. It was found that the concentration of total microorganisms (bacteria + fungi) in the air of the facility using beech wood for furniture production (mean 10.7 x (3) cfu/m(3), range 3.3 27.5 x (3) cfu/m(3)) was significantly higher (p < 0.01) compared to microbial concentration in the facility using fibre- and chipboards (mean 3.6 x (3) cfu/m(3), range 1.9-6.2 x (3) cfu/m(3)). On average, the commonest microorganisms in the air of the furniture factories were corynebacteria (Corynebacterium spp., Arthrobacter spp., Brevibacterium spp.) which formed 18.1-50.0% of the total airborne microflora, and fungi (mostly Aspergillus spp., Penicillium spp., Absidia spp. and yeasts) which formed 6.2-54.4% of the total count. The values of the respirable fraction of airborne microflora in the furniture factories varied within fairly wide limits and were between 15.0-62.4%. Altogether, 28 species or genera of bacteria and 12 species or genera of fungi were identified in the air of examined factories, of which respectively 8 and 7 species or genera were reported as having allergenic and/or immunotoxic properties. In conclusion, the workers of furniture factories are exposed to relatively low concentrations of airborne microorganisms which do not exceed the suggested occupational exposure limits. Nevertheless, the presence of allergenic and/or immunotoxic microbial species in the air of factories poses a potential risk of respiratory disease, in particular in sensitive workers.  (+info)

*  Absidia
... aegyptiaca Absidia anomala Absidia atrospora Absidia caerulea Absidia californica Absidia clavata Absidia cuneospora ... Absidia dubia Absidia fassatiae Absidia glauca Absidia griseola Absidia heterospora Absidia idahoensis Absidia inflata Absidia ... Absidia psychrophilia Absidia reflexa Absidia repens Absidia spinosa Absidia tuneta Absidia ushtrina Absidia in Index Fungorum ... Absidia is a genus of fungi in the family Cunninghamellaceae. The best-known species is the pathogenic Absidia corymbifera, ...
*  Lichtheimia corymbifera
The type of Mycocladus has since been shown to be a co-culture with elements that appear to be conspecific with Absidia van ... In 1912 the species was again transferred by Saccardo and Trotter to the genus Absidia as A. corymbifera where it remained for ... Absidia Pro Parte, Mycocladus)". Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 48 (6): 2154-2170. doi:10.1128/JCM.01744-09. ISSN 0095-1137 ... ex Absidia corymbifera) from a case of bovine abortion". Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology. 7 (1): 138. doi:10.1186/1477- ...
*  Mucoraceae
Pathogenic genera include Absidia, Apophysomyces, Mucor, Rhizomucor, and Rhizopus. According to a 2008 estimate, the family ...
*  Cunninghamellaceae
However, other (recent) authors have listed other genera, including Absidia, Halteromyces, and Hesseltinella. The full list can ...
*  Mucorales
Some of the genera, (including Mucor, Absidia and Backusella) appear to be polyphyletic. Today, the traditional system is still ...
*  Zygomycota
During this process, gall-like structures are produced by the host Absidia glauca. This coupled with further evidence (Schimek ... and Absidia glauca. This interaction is an example for biotrophic fusion parasitism, because genetic information is transferred ...
*  Apophysomyces
Among the other members of zygomycetes, Apophysomyces elegans mostly resembles those from genus Absidia. However, its bell- ...
*  Mucormycosis
Generally, species in the Mucor, Rhizopus, Absidia, and Cunninghamella genera are most often implicated. The disease is often ...
*  Jiuqu
Absidia, Rhizomucor and Mucor. Species of Rhizopus are capable of producing fumaric acid, lactic acid and ethanol as they ...
*  Unequal crossing over
Drosophila virilis has three sequences that make up 40% of the genome, and 35% of the Absidia glauca is repetitive DNA ...
*  Maroon (band)
Later that year, Maroon released a 7" split with Absidia on the Crap Chords label, featuring the song "Wasted" from The ...
*  List of MeSH codes (B05)
... absidia MeSH B05.975.550.150 --- cunninghamella MeSH B05.975.550.480 --- mortierella MeSH B05.975.550.500 --- mucor MeSH ...
*  Soldier beetle
Absidia Absidiella Asilis Athemus Bactrocantharis Belotus Caccodes Cantharis Chauliognathus Compsonycha Cordylocera Cratosilis ...
*  A. spinosa
... may refer to: Absidia spinosa, a fungus species Acanthemblemaria spinosa, a blenny species Acanthus spinosa, a ...
*  Jena Microbial Resource Collection
... fungus causing entomophthoramycoses Parasitic Mucorales such as Parasitella parasitica and their host organisms such as Absidia ...
*  List of sequenced fungi genomes
Absidia padenii Absidia repens Backusella circina Circinella umbellata Cokeromyces recurvatus Cunninghamella echinulata ...
*  Zygomycosis
Order Mucorales (mucormycosis) Family Mucoraceae Absidia (Absidia corymbifera) Apophysomyces (Apophysomyces elegans and ...
Lichtheimia corymbifera - Wikipedia  Lichtheimia corymbifera - Wikipedia
Absidia corymbifera (Cohn) Sacc. & Trotter. ≡Mycocladus corymbifer (Cohn) Vánová (1991). =L. hyalospora K. Hoffmann, G.Walther ... Absidia Pro Parte, Mycocladus)". Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 48 (6): 2154-2170. doi:10.1128/JCM.01744-09. ISSN 0095-1137 ... The type of Mycocladus has since been shown to be a co-culture with elements that appear to be conspecific with Absidia van ... In 1912 the species was again transferred by Saccardo and Trotter to the genus Absidia as A. corymbifera where it remained for ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Absidia_corymbifera
Phycomycosis (zygomycosis), Biology  Phycomycosis (zygomycosis), Biology
Absidia, Entomophthora, Mortierella and Basidiobolous. Entomopthora coronata was reported in case of cutaneous mycoses in ... Absidia, Mucor and Rhizopus spp. are commonly associated with abomasal ulcers in ruminants and gastric ulcer in swine. Disease ... Zygomycosis (previously known phycomycosis) involves fungi belonging to genera Mucor, Rhizopus, Absidia, Entomophthora, ...
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rhizopus fungi Pictures  rhizopus fungi Pictures
Rhizopus stolonifer zygospores Related Articles Hesseltinella Mucor Absidia Siepmannia Mucorales... In the asexual phase, ...
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Over the counter treatment for diabetes mellitus type 2 - Answers on HealthTap  Over the counter treatment for diabetes mellitus type 2 - Answers on HealthTap
This may be one of several mold fungi (Mucor, Absidia, Rhizopus, and others). Very severe condition with outcomes difficult to ... This may be one of several mold fungi (Mucor, Absidia, Rhizopus, and others). Very severe condition with outcomes difficult to ...
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ECIL-6 guidelines for the treatment of invasive candidiasis, aspergillosis and mucormycosis in leukemia and hematopoietic stem...  ECIL-6 guidelines for the treatment of invasive candidiasis, aspergillosis and mucormycosis in leukemia and hematopoietic stem...
... previously classified as Absidia), Cunninghamella, Rhizomucor, Apophysomyces, and Saksenaea are the genera most frequently ...
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Capítulo 7 - Zigomicose  Capítulo 7 - Zigomicose
Absidia, Apophysomyces, Saksenaea, Cunninghamella, Cokeromyces e Syncephalastrum). Esse tipo de infecção é usualmente associado ... Absidia, Apophysomyces, Saksenaea, Cunninghamella, Cokeromyces and Syncephalastrum. This type of infection is usually ...
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Absidia idahoensis var. thermophila  Absidia idahoensis var. thermophila
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Absidia - Wikipedia  Absidia - Wikipedia
Absidia aegyptiaca Absidia anomala Absidia atrospora Absidia caerulea Absidia californica Absidia clavata Absidia cuneospora ... Absidia dubia Absidia fassatiae Absidia glauca Absidia griseola Absidia heterospora Absidia idahoensis Absidia inflata Absidia ... Absidia psychrophilia Absidia reflexa Absidia repens Absidia spinosa Absidia tuneta Absidia ushtrina Absidia in Index Fungorum ... Absidia is a genus of fungi in the family Cunninghamellaceae. The best-known species is the pathogenic Absidia corymbifera, ...
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Hyphae and sporangia of Absidia corymbifera, SEM - Stock Image C032/3178 - Science Photo Library  Hyphae and sporangia of Absidia corymbifera, SEM - Stock Image C032/3178 - Science Photo Library
Absidia corymbifera is found worldwide in soil and decaying organic matter. In indoor environments it has been isolated from ... of Absidia corymbifera (also known as Mycocladus corymbifer). Seen here are hyphae and typical pyriform-shaped sporangia with ... Keywords: 28744b, abortion, absidia, allergen, allergenic, allergens, animal, apophysis, colored, coloured, columella, ... Absidia corymbifera is found worldwide in soil and decaying organic matter. In indoor environments it has been isolated from ...
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Hyphae and sporangia of Absidia corymbifera, SEM - Stock Image C032/3177 - Science Photo Library  Hyphae and sporangia of Absidia corymbifera, SEM - Stock Image C032/3177 - Science Photo Library
Absidia corymbifera is found worldwide in soil and decaying organic matter. In indoor environments it has been isolated from ... of Absidia corymbifera (also known as Mycocladus corymbifer). Seen here are hyphae and typical pyriform-shaped sporangia with ... Keywords: 28744a, abortion, absidia, allergen, allergenic, allergens, animal, apophysis, colored, coloured, columella, ... Absidia corymbifera is found worldwide in soil and decaying organic matter. In indoor environments it has been isolated from ...
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Steroidal saponins obtained by biotransformation of total furostanol glycosides from Dioscorea zingiberensis with Absidia...  Steroidal saponins obtained by biotransformation of total furostanol glycosides from Dioscorea zingiberensis with Absidia...
Steroidal saponins obtained by biotransformation of total furostanol glycosides from Dioscorea zingiberensis with Absidia ... Absidia coerulea AS 3.3389, along with known saponins, zingiberensis new saponin (6), deltonin (7), prosapogenin A of dioscin ( ...
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Isolation and characterization of a strain of Lichtheimia corymbifera (ex Absidia corymbifera) from a case of bovine abortion |...  Isolation and characterization of a strain of Lichtheimia corymbifera (ex Absidia corymbifera) from a case of bovine abortion |...
... previously Absidia corymbifera) is a filamentous zygomycetes belonging to the order Mucorales and to the family Lichtheimiaceae ... Zygomycetes (Absidia, Mortierella, Rhizomucor, Rhizopus) accounted for about 20% of cases, and the remaining 20% were caused by ... An expected specific amplicon of 824 bp was obtained only with the set of primers specifying for Lichtheimia (ex Absidia) ... Lichtheimia corymbifera (previously Absidia corymbifera) is a filamentous zygomycetes belonging to the order Mucorales and to ...
more infohttps://rbej.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1477-7827-7-138
Mold Glossary | Sunland Property Inspections, LLC  Mold Glossary | Sunland Property Inspections, LLC
Absidia. sp - A zygomycete fungus which is considered common to the indoor environment. Reported to be allergenic. May cause ... Absidia cormbifera has been an invasive infection agent in AIDS and neutropenic patients, as well as, agents of bovine mycotic ...
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Fungi Flashcards by Maggie Berrigan | Brainscape  Fungi Flashcards by Maggie Berrigan | Brainscape
Zygomycetes: Mucor, Rhizopus, Absidia 20 opportunistic fungal pathogens that cause deep tissue infection. Ubiquitous yeast ...
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Micro Summary: Diseases Flashcards by Heather Acuff | Brainscape  Micro Summary: Diseases Flashcards by Heather Acuff | Brainscape
Zygomycoses: mucor, absidia, rhizopus, rhizomucor Rhinocerebral mucormycosis in pts w/ metabolic disorders (diabetes) & free ...
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Category:Mucoraceae - Wikimedia Commons  Category:Mucoraceae - Wikimedia Commons
Absidia, Actinomucor, Ambomucor, Amylomyces, Apophysomyces, Chlamydoabsidia, Circinella, Circinomucor, Gongronella, ...
more infohttps://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Mucoraceae
Identifying 37 Types of Mold Living around You - Clean Water Partners  Identifying 37 Types of Mold Living around You - Clean Water Partners
1. Absidia. Absidia or Absidia corymbifera naturally inhabits either in the ground or decaying plants. The tiny creature that ... Is this guy toxic? It depends; those with low immunity system are prone to get affected by Absidia. ...
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Itraconazole - FDA prescribing information, side effects and uses  Itraconazole - FDA prescribing information, side effects and uses
and Absidia spp.), Fusarium spp., Scedosporium spp. and Scopulariopsis spp.. Cross-resistance: ...
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proteome:(*) in Taxonomy  proteome:(*) in Taxonomy
Absidia glauca (Pin mould) Eukaryota › Fungi › Fungi incertae sedis › Mucoromycota › Mucoromycotina › Mucoromycetes › Mucorales ... Absidia repens Eukaryota › Fungi › Fungi incertae sedis › Mucoromycota › Mucoromycotina › Mucoromycetes › Mucorales › ...
more infohttps://www.uniprot.org/taxonomy/complete-proteomes
Automated Extraction of Genomic DNA from Medically Important Yeast Species and Filamentous Fungi by Using the MagNA Pure LC...  Automated Extraction of Genomic DNA from Medically Important Yeast Species and Filamentous Fungi by Using the MagNA Pure LC...
Absidia corymbifera (DSM 1144), Fusarium solani (DSM 1164), Rhizopus oryzae (DSM 905), Acremonium chrysogenum (DSM 880), ... Absidia corymbifera; 14, Fusarium solani; 15, 100-bp ladder; 16, Rhizopus oryzae; 17, Acremonium chrysogenum; 18, Hansenula ...
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DailyMed - ITRACONAZOLE- itraconazole capsule  DailyMed - ITRACONAZOLE- itraconazole capsule
and Absidia spp.), Fusarium spp., Scedosporium spp. and Scopulariopsis spp. Cross-resistance: ...
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Mold-Help.org: The BEST toxic mold site on the web...the truth;  Mold-Help.org: The BEST toxic mold site on the web...the truth;
Absidia 2004-10-03. Memnoniella 2004-10-03. More Stachybotrys Pictures 2004-10-03. Mucor ...
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1 litre of sweat per hour and Eczema - Symptom Checker - check medical symptoms at RightDiagnosis  1 litre of sweat per hour and Eczema - Symptom Checker - check medical symptoms at RightDiagnosis
5. Absidia species poisoning. 6. Accutane -- Teratogenic Agent. 7. Acebutolol Hydrochloride -- Teratogenic Agent. 8. ...
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  • The type of Mycocladus has since been shown to be a co-culture with elements that appear to be conspecific with Absidia van Tieghem (1876). (wikipedia.org)
  • Absidia cormbifera has been an invasive infection agent in AIDS and neutropenic patients, as well as, agents of bovine mycotic abortions, and feline subcutaneous abscesses. (sunlandhi.com)
  • Steroidal saponins obtained by biotransformation of total furostanol glycosides from Dioscorea zingiberensis with Absidia coerulea. (sigmaaldrich.com)
  • Absidia cormbifera has been an invasive infection agent in AIDS and neutropenic patients, as well as, agents of bovine mycotic abortions, and feline subcutaneous abscesses. (durhaminspections.com)
  • Materials and Methods: The fungal strains used for the study were Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus flavus, Absidia spp and Fusarium spp Four different initial inoculum sizes of each of the respective isolates were used for the nutrient removal studies. (edu.ng)
  • After 96 h, the percent nitrate removed ranged from 25.25% to 77.52%, 26.12% to 39.80%, 8.88% to 44.23% and 29.50% to 87.34%, in the presence of Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus flavus, Absidia spp and Fusarium spp, respectively. (edu.ng)