A genus of fungi in the family Ancylistaceae, order ENTOMOPHTHORALES, characterized by the presence of small nuclei with a prominent central nucleolus in interphase. They are commonly found in the soil but also infect termites, aphids, and sometimes, though rarely, mammals including humans. (Alexopoulos et al, Introductory Mycology, 4th ed, pp159-60)
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.
An order of fungi comprising mostly insect pathogens, though some infect mammals including humans. Strict host specificity make these fungi a focus of many biological control studies.
Abnormalities of the nose acquired after birth from injury or disease.
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.

In-vitro antifungal susceptibilities of Basidiobolus and Conidiobolus spp. strains. (1/13)

The in-vitro antifungal susceptibilities of nine isolates belonging to Basidiobolus spp. and seven to Conidiobolus spp. against six antifungals (amphotericin B, ketoconazole, miconazole, itraconazole, fluconazole and flucytosine) were tested. A broth microdilution method, generally following the NCCLS guidelines, was used. Inoculum concentrations of the order of 100 cfu/mL were obtained by culturing fungi in a broth medium (Czapeck broth supplemented with 2% Tween 80 and 0.07% agar). MICs and MFCs were highly variable and isolate-dependent, with the exception of those of flucytosine which were constantly very high. In general, however, Basidiobolus spp. displayed low MICs of fluconazole, itraconazole, ketoconazole and miconazole, and Conidiobolus spp. were resistant to all antifungals tested.  (+info)

Entomophthoramycosis by Conidiobolus coronatus. Report of a case successfully treated with the combination of itraconazole and fluconazole. (2/13)

Rhinoentomophthoramycosis caused by Conidiobolus coronatus in a 61-year old woman was unsuccessfully treated during 8 years with all the antifungals available in the Brazilian market, including potassium iodide for 1 month, sulfamethoxazole plus trimethoprim for 2 months, amphotericin B, total dose of 1130 mg, cetoconazole, 400 mg/day for 6 months, fluconazole, 200 mg/day, for at least 2 months and, itraconazole, 400 mg/day for 2 months, followed by 200 mg/day for 4 more months. Complete clinical and mycological cure was achieved using itraconazol 400 mg/day in association with fluconazol 200 mg/day during 24 months. After cure she was submitted to plastic surgery to repair her facial deformation. Today she remains clinically and mycologically cured after 59/60 months (5 years!) without any specific antifungal. We thus suggest the use of the combination of itraconazole and fluconazole as an additional option for the treatment of this mycosis.  (+info)

Alpha-crystallin binds to the aggregation-prone molten-globule state of alkaline protease: implications for preventing irreversible thermal denaturation. (3/13)

Alpha-crystallin, the major eye-lens protein with sequence homology with heat-shock proteins (HSPs), acts like a molecular chaperone by suppressing the aggregation of damaged crystallins and proteins. To gain more insight into its chaperoning ability, we used a protease as the model system that is known to require a propeptide (intramolecular chaperone) for its proper folding. The protease ("N" state) from Conidiobolus macrosporus (NCIM 1298) unfolds at pH 2.0 ("U" state) through a partially unfolded "I" state at pH 3.5 that undergoes transition to a molten globule-(MG) like "I(A)" state in the presence of 0.5 M sodium sulfate. The thermally-stressed I(A) state showed complete loss of structure and was prone to aggregation. Alpha-crystallin was able to bind to this state and suppress its aggregation, thereby preventing irreversible denaturation of the enzyme. The alpha-crystallin-bound I(A) state exhibited native-like secondary and tertiary structure showing the interaction of alpha-crystallin with the MG state of the protease. 8-Anilinonaphthalene sulphonate (ANS) binding studies revealed the involvement of hydrophobic interactions in the formation of the complex of alpha-crystallin and protease. Refolding of acid-denatured protease by dilution to pH 7.5 resulted in aggregation of the protein. Unfolding of the protease in the presence of alpha-crystallin and its subsequent refolding resulted in the generation of a near-native intermediate with partial secondary and tertiary structure. Our studies represent the first report of involvement of a molecular chaperone-like alpha-crystallin in the unfolding and refolding of a protease. Alpha-crystallin blocks the unfavorable pathways that lead to irreversible denaturation of the alkaline protease and keeps it in a near-native, folding-competent intermediate state.  (+info)

EST analysis of genes expressed by the zygomycete pathogen Conidiobolus coronatus during growth on insect cuticle. (4/13)

Conidiobolus coronatus (Zygomycota) is a facultative saprobe that is a pathogen of many insect species. Almost 2000 expressed sequence tag (EST) cDNA clones were sequenced to analyse gene expression during growth on insect cuticle. Sixty percent of the ESTs that could be clustered into functional groups (E+info)

Rhinoentomophthoromycosis. (5/13)

A sixty year old patient presented with a slowly progressive swelling of the nose, of one year duration, suggesting a clinical diagnosis of subcutaneous zygomycosis. On investigation, the tissue fungal culture grew Conidiobolus coronatus, confirming the diagnosis as rhinoentomophthoromycosis. He was treated with a combination of oral fluconazole and oral potassium iodide for a total period of 5 months. His symptoms subsided completely. Serial CT scanning of paranasal sinuses showed the gradual resolution of the swelling, in response to the treatment. Early detection of the disease and combination therapy gave rapid and good results. This is the first case of its kind to be reported from Kerala, the southern state of India.  (+info)

Conidiobolomycosis in sheep in Brazil. (6/13)

Conidiobolomycosis is reported in the state of Piaui, in the semiarid region of northeastern Brazil. Affected sheep had depression, weight loss, serous or mucohemorrhagic nasal discharge, and cranium-facial asymmetry from exophthalmos of 1 eye, generally with increased volume of the eyeball, keratitis, and corneal ulceration. At necropsy of 60 sheep, friable masses were observed in the posterior region of the nasal cavity, often destroying the ethmoturbinate bones. Frequently, the lesions invaded the nasal sinuses, cribiform plate, orbit, and brain. The masses were irregular, granular with moist surfaces, and soft and friable with white, yellow, or tan coloration. Dissemination of the lesion to lungs was observed in 27 sheep, to the brain in 26, to lymph nodes in 3, to the kidney in 2, and to the gallbladder and heart in 1. The microscopic examination showed granulomatous inflammation composed of central necrosis surrounded by lymphocytes, epithelioid and giant cells, and fibrous tissue. In all lesions, negatively stained structures representing hyphae were surrounded by Splendore-Hoeppli material. Coagulative necrosis, thrombosis, and vasculitis were also observed. Grocott methenamine silver stain showed 8-30-microm-thick hyphae, rarely septate or ramified, irregular in shape, and with black contoured wall, sometimes with bulbous dilatation in the extremities. On electron microscopy, the hyphae had a thick double wall surrounded by cellular remnants and an inflammatory exudate. Conidiobolus coronatus was isolated from the lesions of 6 sheep. Conidiobolomycosis is an important disease of sheep in the state of Piaui, and other regions of northeastern Brazil.  (+info)

Systemic Conidiobolus incongruus infection and hypertrophic osteopathy in a white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus). (7/13)

Postmortem examination of a free-range white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) revealed severe emaciation, bilateral firm proliferation of the metatarsal diaphyses, and a large intrathoracic mass associated with the accessory lung lobe. Smaller masses were evident in the abomasum, duodenum, omentum, and the capsular surface of the liver. Microscopically, the masses were similar and were diagnosed as eosinophilic granulomas with intralesional fungal hyphae characteristic of Zygomycetes spp. Fungal hyphae were identified as Conidiobolus incongruus by 18S ribosomal RNA sequencing on fresh lung tissue. Furthermore, the proliferative lesions of the metatarsal bones along with the intrathoracic mass were compatible with hypertrophic osteopathy.  (+info)

Unusual presentation of entomophthoromycosis. (8/13)

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Although the β-carboline alkaloids harman and norharman are considered as plant metabolites, they can also be secreted by fungi such as the entomopathogen Conidiobolus coronatus. Norharman and harman are also known to be reversible competitive monamine oxidase inhibitors, which increase serotonin concentrations in tissues. In addition, these alkaloids are able to bind to serotonin receptors, an important immune regulatory molecule in both vertebrates and invertebrates. In insects, serotonin modulates hemocyte phagocytosis, nodule formation and the populations of hemocyte classes. The present study examines whether harman and norharman may influence the phagocytic activity of insect hemocytes by regulating serotonin levels. Significantly greater serotonin levels and hemocyte phagocytic activity were observed after 24 h of exposure to food contaminated with harman and norharman. Similar responses were noticed 1 h after topical application or addition to in vitro hemocyte cultures. Observations and
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Project} Vitaminstatus hos får i ekologisk produktion. [Vitamin levels in organically reared sheep.] Runs 2003 - 2006. Project Leader(s): Bernes, Gun, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU . Aguiar, Gildeni Maria Nascimento de ; Simões, Sara Vilar Dantas ; Santos, Sérgio Azevedo ; Marques, Ana Luisa Alves ; Silva, Tatiane Rodrigues da ; Dantas, Antônio Flavio Medeiros and Correa, Franklin Riet (2014) Aspectos epidemiológicos da conidiobolomicose em ovinos na região semiárida do Nordeste do Brasil. [Epidemiological aspects of conidiobolomycosis in sheep in the Northeastern Brazilian semiarid region.] Ciência Rural, 44 (12), pp. 2210-2216. Anon, (2007) Long term performance of organic farming in the hills and uplands - Redesdale and Pwllpeiran organic units - OF0368. DEFRA . Anon, (2005) Organic Centre Wales Technical Note 1: Controlling ectoparasites on Welsh organic sheep farms. Organic Centre Wales . ANON, (2002) Organic beef and sheep production in the uplands. ADAS ...
Lipids have a number of specialized functions. In mammals subcutaneous fat retards loss of body heat. Hydrocarbons and waxes on insect cuticle, as well as on plant leaves and fruit, aid in water retention. Certain cyclic FA, the prostaglandins, are involve in blood clotting and hormonal responses in mammals, and a veriety of other FA derivatives serve as sex attractants and growth regulators in insects. Sex hormones and the adrenal corticoids of higher animals are lipids derived from cholesterol. Essential dietery lipids includes certain polyunsaturated fatty acids and the vitamins A, D, E and K ...
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1. Alba-Loureiro TC, Munhoz CD, Martins JO, Cerchiaro GA, Scavone C, Curi R. Neutrophil function and metabolism in individuals with diabetes mellitus. Braz J Med Biol Res. 2007. 40: 1037-44. 2. Bouza EM, Guinea J. Mucormycosis: An emerging disease?. Clin Microbiol Infect. 2006. 12: 7-23. 3. Chakrabarti A, Das A, Mandal J, Shivaprakash MR, George VK, Tarai B. The rising trend of invasive zygomycosis in patients with uncontrolled diabetes mellitus. Med Mycol. 2006. 44: 335-42. 4. Chowdhary A, Randhawa HS, Khan ZU, Ahmad S, Khanna G, Gupta R. Rhinoentomophthoromycosis due to Conidiobolus coronatus. A case report and an overview of the disease in India. Med Mycol. 2010. 48: 870-9. 5. Dusart A, Duprez T, Van Snick S, Godfraind C, Sindic C. Fatal rhinocerebral mucormycosis with intracavernous carotid aneurysm and thrombosis: A late complication of transsphenoidal surgery?. Acta Neurol Belg. 2013. 113: 179-84. 6. Herrera DA, Dublin AB, Ormsby EL, Aminpour S, Howell LP. Imaging findings of rhinocerebral ...
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Its strange because even though its a rare disease, it is not all that rare in dogs with lung mets - especially females for some reason. So since Abby was diagnosed, I found out that 3 of my Facebook friends have dealt with/are dealing with it. One of the ladies lost her dog to H.O. years ago. Another is currently dealing with and its been a good support to have someone to talk to about it. The final friend (I saved the best for last...) still has her dog, Lily, with her 3 YEARS post-diagnosis. Her dog had 2 lung mets, so sort of similar to Abby with her 3 (remember that Ive said most dogs have many mets - little spots all over the lungs; its not really normal to only have a few, especially after all this time). Well, one of Lilys mets disappeared. (!!) Her oncologists call her The Miracle Dog. She had surgery to have the remaining met removed (theyll only do the operation if there is a Lone Met), and that was three years ago and Lily is now in remission for both the bone cancer and the ...
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Artificial diets have been developed for Lucilia sericata (Meigen) blowfly larvae; however, diets for adults have not yet been developed. An adult diet that excludes animal tissues and animal-derived ingredients and promotes not only ovarian development, but also oviposition, would aid in basic rese …
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The antibacterial properties of the excretions/secretions (ES) of the medicinal maggot, Lucilia sericata have long been known and the effectiveness of maggot debridement therapy in relation to the clearance of bacteria from the surface of wounds has been the source of much research over recent years …
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article{9075ae80-5837-4062-aecf-a98f76bcb068, author = {Schmidtchen, A and Wolff, H and Rydengård, Victoria and Hansson, Christer}, issn = {1651-2057}, language = {eng}, number = {4}, pages = {310--311}, publisher = {Medical Journals Limited}, series = {Acta Dermato-Venereologica}, title = {Detection of serine proteases secreted by Lucilia sericata in vitro and during treatment of a chronic leg ulcer}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00015550310016689}, volume = {83}, year = {2003 ...
The developmental rate under low temperatures and cold tolerance were investigated in embryos of the blowfly Lucilia sericata. The larvae of this species are now widely used in maggot debridement therapy. Embryonic development was dependent on temperature, with a lower developmental threshold of 9.0 °C. The duration of the egg stage at a rearing temperature of 25 °C was 14 h, and a low temperature of 12.5 °C successfully prolonged this period to 66 h. Embryonic stages differed markedly in their cold tolerance; young embryos were less tolerant to cold than old ones. Late embryonic stages are suitable for cold storage at 5 °C and the storage for 72 h did not decrease the hatching rate by more than 50%. In the mass-rearing process required for maggot debridement therapy, either of these two simple protocols would be beneficial ...
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The Guardian. · Cranial osteopathy - aligning the plates of the skull. Sounds great. Maybe I can use it to treat my hangovers. The Times certainly likes it, and it even got Dr Toby Murcott to tell us how it works in a box, alongside a case study, called Whats the evidence? Toby says: Can cranial osteopathy treat the brain? Cranial osteopathy is a gentle technique - practitioners claim to feel a subtle pulse in the fluid surrounding the brain. There is some research to suggest that these pulses are related to slow, regular changes in blood pressure in the brain. This has yet to gain wide acceptance and its not clear how working with these might lead to health improvements. Heres what you need to know.. · First, cranial osteopaths dont even think the pulses are blood pressure; their theories revolve around the inherent rhythmic motility of the brain and spinal cord, mixed with breath and cardiac cycles, causing rhythmic fluctuation of the brain and surrounding fluid, which they ...
Osteopathy is an established recognized system of diagnosis and treatment, which lays its main emphasis on the structural and functional integrity of the body. It is distinctive by the fact that it recognizes that much of the pain and disability which we suffer stems from abnormalities in the function of the body structure as well as damage caused to it by disease. [Description by General Osteopathic Council, 28th October 1998, United Kingdom] In the United States (where osteopathy originated in the late 19th century) osteopaths are complete physicians, designated by the letters D.O. which stand for doctor of osteopathy and are licensed to practice medicine and surgery and all medical specialties in all 50 states.
Immature Lucilia sericata (Meigen) raised on beef liver, beef heart, pork liver and pork heart at a mean temperature of 20.6°C took a minimum of 20 days to complete development. Minimum development time differences within stages were observed between the meat types (pork/beef), but not the organ types (liver/heart). Daily hyperspectral measurements were conducted and a functional regression was completed to examine the main effects of meat and organ type on daily spectral measurements. The model examined post feeding larval spectral measurements of insects raised on beef liver alone, the effect of those raised on pork compared with those raised on beef, the effect of those raised on heart compared with those raised on liver and the interactional effect of those raised on pork heart compared with those raised on beef liver ...
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According to Osteopathy, the most ailments are due to “structural derangement” of the body. So Osteopathy is the practice of therapy based on manipulation of bones and muscles.
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The aim of osteopathy is to correct problems in the body frame, making it easier for your body to function normally and reducing the chance of problems occurring in the future.
Osteopathy is a manual therapy that helps horses maintain health despite the unnatural demands placed on them by people. It is based on a precise knowledge of the structural and functional anatomy of bones, muscles, the circulatory system, and especially the nervous system. Osteopathic manipulation stimulates the body so that the musculoskeletal system, behavior and all other systems are optimized.. A.T. Still, who pioneered the modality in the 1800s, stated that in osteopathy the cause of disease is considered chiefly from one standpoint, viz.: disease is the result of anatomical abnormalities followed by physiological discord.1 In modern days, Janek Vluggen of the Vluggen Institute for Equine Osteopathy and Education, has used his expertise in visceral osteopathic principals, which relate to the autonomic nervous system and cranio-sacral system, to deepen the healing potential of osteopathy.. HARD TO REACH OVARIES We have all experienced the mare with hard to reach ovaries. At first, Dr. ...
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Classical Osteopathy Articles, Lectures and Papers by Mervyn Waldman. Compiled by Alex Milne. As a result of the increasing interest shown by students and graduates in the subject of classical osteopathy, the Institute thought it timely to publish this collection of articles and lecture that I have written over the past thirty years and more. They were composed in the attempt to clarify the principles of the osteopathy practiced by the founders of the profession, more often than not in the face of epidemic disease, profound injury and disability.. ...
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Osteopathy is becoming increasingly popular throughout the world as it has been proven to help thousands of people. Many people visit their osteopath because they cannot manage their physical pain through medication.
Osteopaths are primary healthcare practitioners like GPs and are regulated by the General Osteopathic Council who hold us to the same standards as the General Medical Council do for doctors. You can discuss matters with the same level of trust as you would your GP and know that the information will remain confidential and we will be acting in your best interests at all times. This does mean that we might ask some questions about your general health but as with every other aspect of the consultation please ask if you want to know why. The consultation is a two way discussion so we can work out how to best help you and you can understand what is happening with your body.. The Osteopaths Act 1993 Establishes the General Osteopathic Council to provide for the regulation of the profession of osteopathy.. In 1993 osteopathy became the first major complementary health care profession to be accorded statutory regulation. From 1998 all osteopaths must be registered with the General Osteopathic ...
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Joint wear and tear can challenge your body unnecessarily and contribute to pain, ache and stiffness as you age; at Osteopathy Central, we treat joint imbalance and the results can help your body move and feel better.. As we age our quality of life particularly activity levels and wellbeing can be affected. In an osteopathic clinic reduced wellbeing, irregular gait and movement patterns, pain, ache and stiffness are common presentations. Sometimes the symptoms are the result of a specific accident, injury or trauma. At other times, the symptoms come on gradually without an apparent cause - people may say that they were aware of a problem for awhile but recently its gotten worse. This type of scenario becomes more common as we get older and our bodies seem less able to adapt to challenges. Cranial osteopaths believe that unresolved strains and imbalances contribute to and sometimes cause problems that can lead to long term conditions developing. They believe that by treating your body for these ...
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Humber 1989 [Conidiobolus (Capillidium) Ben-Ze'ev & Kenneth 1982; Conidiobolus (Conidiobolus) (Brefeld) Ben-Ze'ev & Kenneth ... Family Ancylistaceae Schröter 1893 Ancyclistes Pfitzer 1872 Conidiobolus Brefeld 1884 emend. ... 1982; Conidiobolus (Delacroixia) (Sacc. & Syd.) Tyrrell & MacLeod 1972] Macrobiotophthora Reukauf 1912 emend. Tucker 1981 ...
Humber 1989 [Conidiobolus (Capillidium) Ben-Ze'ev & Kenneth 1982; Conidiobolus (Conidiobolus) (Brefeld) Ben-Ze'ev & Kenneth ... A few attack nematodes, mites, and tardigrades, and some (particularly species of the genus Conidiobolus) are free-living ... Zygaenobia Weiser 1951 Family Ancylistaceae Schröter 1893 Ancyclistes Pfitzer 1872 Conidiobolus Brefeld 1884 emend. ... a commensal fungus of frogs and a mammal pathogen Conidiobolus coronatus, a saprotrophic fungus of leaf litter and a mammal ...
It is caused by Conidiobolus coronatus or Conidiobolus incongruus. Sharma NL, Mahajan VK, Singh P (April 2003). "Orofacial ... conidiobolomycosis due to Conidiobolus incongruus". Mycoses. 46 (3-4): 137-40. doi:10.1046/j.1439-0507.2003.00851.x. PMID ...
In addition, given the fact that Conidiobolus coronatus infection causes a similar disease as B. ranarum infection does, ... Okafor, JI; Gugnani, HC (1990). "Lipase activities of Basidiobolus and Conidiobolus species". Mycoses. 33 (2): 81-85. doi: ... ecology and physiology of Basidiobolus species and Conidiobolus coronatus". University of Nigeria. Chaturvedi, V.P.; Randhawa, ... "Extracellular Enzyme Activities by Basidiobolus and Conidiobolus Isolates on Solid Media./Extrazelluläre Enzymaktivitäten bei ...
The genus Conidiobolus are common saprobes and occasional parasites of vertebrates. The most well known member is Conidiobolus ... The family currently contains 3 genera: Ancylistes, Macrobiotophthora, Conidiobolus. This family was originally an order ...
Conidiobolus infections of the upper respiratory system have been reported in humans, sheep, horses, and dogs, and Basidiobolus ... Zygomycosis can also be caused by two types of zygomycetes, Entomophthorales (such as Basidiobolus and Conidiobolus) and ... The important species that cause entomophthoromycosis are Conidiobolus coronatus, C. incongruous, and Basidiobolus ranarum. ...
These ants are a host to Conidiobolus, Myrmicinosporidium durum, and Beauveria bassiana, each of which are parasitic fungi. ...
The names Conidiobolus, Heterobasidion, Oligoporus and Polysphondylium (genus of slime mold) are a few of genera that he ...
He proposed a morphological methodology for characterizing Entomophthora from Conidiobolus, two genera of fungi and discovered ...
Treatment approach may be different particularly when the Conidiobolus do not respond to antifungal agents in antiretroviral ...
... conidiobolus MeSH B05.975.325.300 - entomophthora MeSH B05.975.550 - mucorales MeSH B05.975.550.030 - absidia MeSH B05.975. ...
Lichtheimia corymbifera, an ancient human pathogenic basal lineage fungus causing mucormycoses Conidiobolus coronatus, an ...
Ramicandelaber brevisporus Smittium culicis Smittium mucronatum Zancudomyces culisetae Basidiobolus meristosporus Conidiobolus ...
1955 Conidiobolus pseudapiculatus Conidiobolus pseudapiculatus Conidiobolus pseudococci Conidiobolus pseudococcus Conidiobolus ... Thirum., 1967 Conidiobolus batkoi Conidiobolus brefeldianus Couch, 1939 Conidiobolus caecilius S. Keller, 2007 Conidiobolus ... S. Keller, 1980 Conidiobolus papillatus Conidiobolus parvus Drechsler, 1962 Conidiobolus paulus Drechsler, 1957 Conidiobolus ... S. Keller, 1980 Conidiobolus cercopidis Conidiobolus cercopidis Conidiobolus chlamydosporus Drechsler, 1955 Conidiobolus ...
Conidiobolus has three possible developmental pathways: (i) the fungus can remain in reproductive mode and form one or more ... Conidiobolus coronatus is an inhabitant of soil around the world, possessing a tropical and universal distribution. Due to its ... "Conidiobolus coronatus NRRL 28638 (ID 6815) - Genome - NCBI". www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Procop, Gary W.; Pritt, Bobby S. (2014). ... Conidiobolus coronatus produces rapidly growing colonies that appear fuzzy and are flat. In their early stages, the colonies ...
... is a species of Conidiobolus. It is associated with conidiobolomycosis. Sharma NL, Mahajan VK, Singh P ... April 2003). "Orofacial conidiobolomycosis due to Conidiobolus incongruus". Mycoses. 46 (3-4): 137-40. doi:10.1046/j.1439- ...
Conidiobolus coronatus/Conidiobolus incongruus *Conidiobolomycosis. Microsporidia. (Microsporidiosis). *Enterocytozoon bieneusi ...
Conidiobolus coronatus/Conidiobolus incongruus *Conidiobolomycosis. Microsporidia. (Microsporidiosis). *Enterocytozoon bieneusi ...
Conidiobolus coronatus/Conidiobolus incongruus *Conidiobolomycosis. Microsporidia. (Microsporidiosis). *Enterocytozoon bieneusi ...
Conidiobolus coronatus/Conidiobolus incongruus *Conidiobolomycosis. Microsporidia. (Microsporidiosis). *Enterocytozoon bieneusi ...
Conidiobolus coronatus/Conidiobolus incongruus *Conidiobolomycosis. Microsporidia. (Microsporidiosis). *Enterocytozoon bieneusi ...
Basidiobolus ranarum (Basidiobolomycosis) · Conidiobolus coronatus/Conidiobolus incongruus (Conidiobolomycosis). Microsporidia ...
1955 Conidiobolus pseudapiculatus Conidiobolus pseudapiculatus Conidiobolus pseudococci Conidiobolus pseudococcus Conidiobolus ... Thirum., 1967 Conidiobolus batkoi Conidiobolus brefeldianus Couch, 1939 Conidiobolus caecilius S. Keller, 2007 Conidiobolus ... S. Keller, 1980 Conidiobolus papillatus Conidiobolus parvus Drechsler, 1962 Conidiobolus paulus Drechsler, 1957 Conidiobolus ... S. Keller, 1980 Conidiobolus cercopidis Conidiobolus cercopidis Conidiobolus chlamydosporus Drechsler, 1955 Conidiobolus ...
Conidiobolus has three possible developmental pathways: (i) the fungus can remain in reproductive mode and form one or more ... Conidiobolus coronatus is an inhabitant of soil around the world, possessing a tropical and universal distribution. Due to its ... "Conidiobolus coronatus NRRL 28638 (ID 6815) - Genome - NCBI". www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Procop, Gary W.; Pritt, Bobby S. (2014). ... Conidiobolus coronatus produces rapidly growing colonies that appear fuzzy and are flat. In their early stages, the colonies ...
Conidiobolus + * Conidiobolus megalotocus Drechsler 1957 * Conidiobolus adieretus Drechsler 1953 * Conidiobolus antarcticus S. ...
Saprotrophy of Conidiobolus and Basidiobolus in leaf litter.. *Robert John Schettler Manning, Steve D Waters, Arthur A. ... Visualization of exocellular lectins in the entomopathogenic fungus Conidiobolus obscurus.. *J P Latgé, M. Monsigny, Marie ... Conidiobolus lamprauges, a soil and plant entomophthoralean fungus, has been reported only in a horse and, more recently, in… ... Conidiobolus. A genus of fungi in the family Ancylistaceae, order ENTOMOPHTHORALES, characterized by the presence of small ...
We report here a rare case of rhinofacial Conidiobolus coronatus infection in a previously healthy 18-year-old man who ...
What is Conidiobolus coronatus (syn. Entomophthora coronata)? Meaning of Conidiobolus coronatus (syn. Entomophthora coronata) ... Entomophthora coronata) in the Medical Dictionary? Conidiobolus coronatus (syn. Entomophthora coronata) explanation free. ... What does Conidiobolus coronatus (syn. Entomophthora coronata) mean? ... Looking for online definition of Conidiobolus coronatus (syn. ... Conidiobolus. a genus of soil-borne fungi.. Conidiobolus ...
We demonstrated the presence of lectins binding to glucose and N-acetylglucosamine on the surface of Conidiobolus obscurus ... We demonstrated the presence of lectins binding to glucose and N-acetylglucosamine on the surface of Conidiobolus obscurus ...
Conidiobolus , , ,-- Completoria , , ,-- Entomophthora , , ,-- Meristacrum , , `-- Neozygites , ,--o Kickxellales Benjamin, ...
... they can also be secreted by fungi such as the entomopathogen Conidiobolus coronatus. Norharman and harman are also known to be ... Kędra E, Boguś M. The influence of Conidiobolus coronatus on phagocytic activity of insect hemocytes. J Invertebr Pathol. 2006; ... Wrońska A, Boguś M, Kaczmarek A, Kazek M. Harman and norharman, metabolites of entomopathogenic fungus Conidiobolus coronatus ( ... Wrońska, A.K., Boguś, M.I. Harman and norharman, metabolites of the entomopathogenic fungus Conidiobolus coronatus ( ...
Full text: Available Index: LILACS (Americas) Main subject: Nose Deformities, Acquired / Conidiobolus / Zygomycosis / ... Full text: Available Index: LILACS (Americas) Main subject: Nose Deformities, Acquired / Conidiobolus / Zygomycosis / ... Descreve-se aqui o primeiro caso de zigomicose nasofacial causada pelo Conidiobolus coronatus, ocorrendo em Mato Grosso, Brasil ... Entomoftoromicose (zigomicose) causada por Conidiobolus coronatus em Mato Grosso (Brasil): Entomoftoromicose (zigomicose) ...
Full text: Available Index: LILACS (Americas) Main subject: Sheep / Disease Outbreaks / Conidiobolus / Zygomycosis Type of ... Full text: Available Index: LILACS (Americas) Main subject: Sheep / Disease Outbreaks / Conidiobolus / Zygomycosis Type of ... Conidiobolomicose causada por conidiobolus lamprauges em ovinos no estado de Santa Catarina / Conidiobolomycosis caused by ... Conidiobolomicose causada por conidiobolus lamprauges em ovinos no estado de Santa Catarin ...
Conidiobolus tenthredinis. Pathogen Dahlbominus fuscipennis. Parasite Pupae. Delomerista pfankuchi. Parasite Pupae. Dibrachys. ...
Conidiobolus. OX NCBI_TaxID=796925 {ECO:0000313,EMBL:KXN68314.1, ECO:0000313,Proteomes:UP000070444}; RN [1] {ECO:0000313,EMBL: ... Conidiobolus coronatus (strain ATCC 28846 / CBS 209.66 / NRRL 28638) OS (Delacroixia coronata). OC Eukaryota; Fungi; ...
Alternate State: Conidiobolus coronatus (Costantin) Batko, teleomorph; Conidiobolus villosus Martin, teleomorph; Entomophthora ...
Conidiobolus coronatus. SmF. 6.0 - 7.0. 28 °C. 72.46. Alkaline protease. Malt extract, glucose, yeast extract, petone. (Laxman ... Laxman RS, Sonawane AP, More SV et al. (2005) Optimization and scale up of production of alkaline protease from Conidiobolus ... studies have demonstrated the successful use of alkaline proteases in leather tanning from Aspergillus flavus and Conidiobolus ...
Interestingly, species of Basidiobolus, Conidiobolus and several other genera produce a second kind of spore on a long stalk ... Some members of the Entomophthorales (e.g., Basidiobolus, Conidiobolus) also reproduce via forcibly discharged asexual spores. ...
Sonkoly, E., Janson, P., Majuri, M-L., Savinko, T., Fyhrquist, N., Eidsmo, L., Xu, N., Meisgen, F., Wei, T., Bradley, M., Stenvang, J., Kauppinen, S., Alenius, H., Lauerma, A., Homey, B., Winqvist, O., Ståhle, M. & Pivarcsi, A., 2010, I : Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 130, S2, s. S3-S3 1 s.. Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift › Konferenceabstrakt i tidsskrift › Forskning › peer review ...
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First report of Conidiobolus coronatus in Turkey pp. 121-124(4) Authors: Eken, Cafer; Güçlü, Şaban; Ak, Kibar ...
et Henn.) Humber, Conidiobolus thromboides Drechsler, Entomophthora chromaphidis Burger et Swain, Pandora sp., Zoophthora ...
6.2 Conidiobolus lamprauges, coronatus, incongruus. *6.3 Cunninghamella bertholletiae. *6.4 Mucor spp. *6.5 Rhizomucor spp ...
Atypical presentation of entomophthoromycosis caused by Conidiobolus coronatus *Autores: Araújo C, Bento DP, Faria N, Maduro AP ... Link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Atypical+presentation+of+entomophthoromycosis+caused+by+Conidiobolus+coronatus ...
A new species of Conidiobolus (Ancylistaceae) from Anhui, China pp. 427-435(9) Authors: Nie, Yong; Yu, Cui-Zhu; Liu, Xiao-Yong ...
Morphologic and Phylogenetic Characterization of Conidiobolus lamprauges Recovered from Infected Sheep Raquel Vilela, Silvana M ...
1992) Fatal disseminated Conidiobolus coronatus infection in a renal transplant patient. Am J Clin Pathol 98:559-564. ... Infection with Conidiobolus coronatuscharacteristically begins in the inferior nasal turbinates and extends to the perinasal ... 1988) Conidiobolus coronata infection treated with ketoconazole. Arch Dermatol 124:1392-1396. ... Editor,-Entomophthoramycosis is a rare granulomatous disease caused by the fungusConidiobolus (classZygomycetes), and usually ...
ANCYLISTACEAE: Ancylistes - (beetle) - Conidiobolus - Macrobiotophthora. *ANGULOMYCETACEAE: Angulomyces. *AQUAMYCETACEAE: ...
Entomophthoramycosis consists of two diseases: conidiobolomycosis (caused by Conidiobolus infection) and basidiobolomycosis ( ...
  • 1987 Conidiobolus conglomeratus Conidiobolus coronatus (Costantin) A. Batko, 1964 Conidiobolus couchii Sriniv. (wikipedia.org)
  • Conidiobolus coronatus is a saprotrophic fungus, first described by Costantin in 1897 as Boudierella coronata. (wikipedia.org)
  • Though this fungus has also been known by the name Entomophthora coronata, the correct name is Conidiobolus coronatus. (wikipedia.org)
  • Originally, C. coronatus was considered to be a part of the genus Boudierella, however it was later transferred to the genus Conidiobolus by Saccardo and Sydow. (wikipedia.org)
  • Another synonym attributed to C. coronatus is Conidiobolus villosus by G.W. Martin in 1925 due to the characteristic presence of villi. (wikipedia.org)
  • Conidiobolus coronatus produces rapidly growing colonies that appear fuzzy and are flat. (wikipedia.org)
  • Conidiobolus coronatus reproduces asexually and produces thin-walled hyphae which occur singly or in clusters, with very few septa. (wikipedia.org)
  • Effects of insect cuticular fatty acids on in vitro growth and pathogenicity of the entomopathogenic fungus Conidiobolus coronatus. (semanticscholar.org)
  • EST analysis of genes expressed by the zygomycete pathogen Conidiobolus coronatus during growth on insect cuticle. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Conidiobolus coronatus (Zygomycota) is a facultative saprobe that is a pathogen of many insect species. (semanticscholar.org)
  • We report here a rare case of rhinofacial Conidiobolus coronatus infection in a previously healthy 18-year-old man who presented with a fungal granuloma of the right inferior turbinate and face. (entjournal.com)
  • definition of Conidiobolus coronatus (syn. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Although the β-carboline alkaloids harman and norharman are considered as plant metabolites, they can also be secreted by fungi such as the entomopathogen Conidiobolus coronatus . (biomedcentral.com)
  • Descreve-se aqui o primeiro caso de zigomicose nasofacial causada pelo Conidiobolus coronatus, ocorrendo em Mato Grosso, Brasil . (bvsalud.org)
  • OS Conidiobolus coronatus (strain ATCC 28846 / CBS 209.66 / NRRL 28638) OS (Delacroixia coronata). (genome.jp)
  • We report orbital entomophthoramycosis due to Conidiobolus coronatus in an infant with congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction, which resolved following excision of granulomatous tissue, administration of antifungal and immunomodulating drugs, and use of hyperbaric oxygen. (bmj.com)
  • Conidiobolomycosis is an infection caused by Conidiobolus coronatus or Conidiobolus incongruus . (visualdx.com)
  • Entomophthoromycosis is infection caused by one of the Entomophthorales, usually Basidiobolus haptosporus or Conidiobolus coronatus , and very rarely Conidio bolus incongruus . (isradiology.org)
  • This photomicrograph showed ultrastructural details exhibited by the hyphal form of the fungal organism, Conidiobolus coronatus , formerly known as Entomophthora coronata . (cdc.gov)
  • Conidiobolus is a genus of fungi. (wikipedia.org)
  • A number of entomopathogenic fungi, including species of Conidiobolus, Hirsufella and Beauveria were found. (sun.ac.za)
  • Zygomycosis: fungi found in soil and decaying vegetation, include fungi in the order Mucorales and Entomorphthorales (species occasionally affecting animals include Basidiobolus and Conidiobolus ). (vetstream.com)
  • This research started with fatty acid analysis of five entomopathagenic fungi, of which Conidiobolus obscurus and Conidiobolus thromboides were found to produce high levels of VLCPUFAs such as ARA and EPA. (usask.ca)
  • 1967 Conidiobolus obscurus (I. M. Hall & P. H. Dunn) Remaud. (wikipedia.org)
  • Visualization of exocellular lectins in the entomopathogenic fungus Conidiobolus obscurus. (semanticscholar.org)
  • We demonstrated the presence of lectins binding to glucose and N-acetylglucosamine on the surface of Conidiobolus obscurus spores by using glycosylated serum albumins substituted with fluorescent dyes and colloidal gold. (pasteur.fr)
  • J. P. Latge and J. J. Sanglier, "Optimisation de la croissance et de la sporulation de Conidiobolus obscurus en milieu defini," Canadian Journal of Botany , vol. 63, pp. 68-85, 1985. (hindawi.com)
  • Conidiobolus obscurus is a wide spread fungal entomopathogen holding aphid biocontrol potential. (readbyqxmd.com)
  • The entire eicosatetraenoic acid (ETA, 20:4ù3) biosynthetic pathway was reconstituted in yeast using four genes, CoD6 (a ∆6 desaturase) and CoE6 (a ∆6 elongase) from Conidiobolus obscurus, CpDes12 (a Ä12 desaturase) and CpDesX (a ù3 desaturase) from Claviceps purpurea. (usask.ca)
  • Equine zygomycosis caused by Conidiobolus lamprauges. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Amphotericin B for Injection USP is specifically intended to treat potentially life-threatening fungal infections: aspergillosis, cryptococcosis (torulosis), North American blastomycosis, systemic candidiasis, coccidioido-mycosis, histoplasmosis, zygomycosis including mucormycosis due to susceptible species of the genera Absidia , Mucor and Rhizopus , and infections due to related susceptible species of Conidiobolus and Basidiobolus , and sporotrichosis. (healthgrades.com)
  • Treatment is difficult and prolonged for both types of Zygomycosis and the results for Conidiobolus are particularly disappointing. (natural-health-news.com)
  • 1962 Conidiobolus incongruus Drechsler, 1960 Conidiobolus inordinatus Drechsler, 1957 Conidiobolus iuxtagenitus S. D. Waters & Callaghan, 1989 Conidiobolus khandalensis Sriniv. (wikipedia.org)
  • Humber, Conidiobolus thromboides Drechsler, Entomophthora chromaphidis Burger et Swain, Pandora sp. (bioone.org)
  • In vitro susceptibilities of human and wild-type isolates of Basidiobolus and Conidiobolus species. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Mucorales affect only the immunocompromised patient causing mortality in excess of 60% in those affected while entomophthorales, which include Basidiobolus and Conidiobolus genera, affect the immune competent individual, causing principally chronic infection of the subcutaneous tissue [ 1 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • 1963 Conidiobolus lachnodes Drechsler, 1955 Conidiobolus lamprauges Drechsler, 1953 Conidiobolus lichenicola Sriniv. (wikipedia.org)
  • Morphologic and phylogenetic characterization of Conidiobolus lamprauges recovered from infected sheep. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Através de exame molecular detectou-se DNA de Conidiobolus lamprauges. (bvsalud.org)
  • Os aspectos clínicos, epidemiológicos, macroscópicos, microscópicos e moleculares caracterizam a conidiobolomicose causada por Conidiobolus lamprauges em ovinos . (bvsalud.org)
  • At molecular examination Conidiobolus lamprauges DNA was detected. (bvsalud.org)
  • The clinical, epidemiological, macroscopical, microscopical and molecular aspects characterize conidiobolomycosis caused by Conidiobolus lamprauges in sheep . (bvsalud.org)
  • 2008 Conidiobolus thromboides Drechsler, 1953 Conidiobolus tipulae Conidiobolus undulatus Drechsler, 1957 Conidiobolus utriculosus Bref. (wikipedia.org)
  • Conidiobolus adieretus Drechsler, 1953 Conidiobolus antarcticus S. Tosi, Caretta & Humber, 2004 Conidiobolus apiculatus Conidiobolus bangalorensis Sriniv. (wikipedia.org)
  • S. Keller, 1980 Conidiobolus cercopidis Conidiobolus cercopidis Conidiobolus chlamydosporus Drechsler, 1955 Conidiobolus chlapowskii Bałazy, J. Wiśn. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1968 Conidiobolus dabieshanensis Y. Nie & B. Huang, 2017 Conidiobolus denaeosporus Drechsler, 1957 Conidiobolus destruens Conidiobolus eurymitus Drechsler, 1965 Conidiobolus eurypus Drechsler, 1957 Conidiobolus firmipilleus Drechsler, 1953 Conidiobolus giganteus Conidiobolus globuliferus Drechsler, 1957 Conidiobolus gonimodes Drechsler, 1962 Conidiobolus grylli Conidiobolus gustafssonii Bałazy, 1993 Conidiobolus heterosporus Drechsler, 1953 Conidiobolus humicola Sriniv. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1967 Conidiobolus major Conidiobolus margaritatus B. Huang, Humber & K. T. Hodge, 2007 Conidiobolus megalotocus Drechsler, 1957 Conidiobolus minor Conidiobolus multivagus Drechsler, 1960 Conidiobolus mycophagus Sriniv. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1965 Conidiobolus nanodes Drechsler, 1955 Conidiobolus nodosus Sriniv. (wikipedia.org)
  • E ditor ,-Entomophthoramycosis is a rare granulomatous disease caused by the fungus Conidiobolus (class Zygomycetes ), and usually manifests as chronic, indolent, and localised infection of the rhinofacial region. (bmj.com)
  • [8] . Treatment approach may be different particularly when the Conidiobolus do not respond to antifungal agents in antiretrovral therapy resistant AIDS patients [A first-line antiretroviral therapy-resistant HIV patient with rhinoentomophthoromycosis. (wikipedia.org)
  • Explore what EOL knows about Conidiobolus megalotocus . (eol.org)
  • 1967 Conidiobolus batkoi Conidiobolus brefeldianus Couch, 1939 Conidiobolus caecilius S. Keller, 2007 Conidiobolus carpentieri (Giard) Remaud. (wikipedia.org)
  • Case-patient 3, a quarter horse gelding 5 years of age, was admitted on June 12 with conidiobolus nasal granulomas and placed in stall 40. (cdc.gov)
  • Conidiobolus has three possible developmental pathways: (i) the fungus can remain in reproductive mode and form one or more secondary spores, (ii) the fungus may form a vegetative germ tube or (iii) it may not germinate at all. (wikipedia.org)
  • Basidiobolus ranarum and Conidiobolus species, which typically cause subcutaneous infections in tropical regions, were also previously classified as Zygomycetes prior to the change in nomenclature. (hopkinsguides.com)