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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Conidiobolus is a genus of saprophytic fungi that belong to the order Entomophthorales. These fungi are known for producing conidia (asexual spores) on specialized structures called conidiophores. They are commonly found in soil, decaying plant material, and insects. While some species of Conidiobolus can cause mild infections in humans, they are generally not considered to be major pathogens.

Zygomycosis is a rare, but serious fungal infection caused by filamentous fungi of the class Zygomycetes. These fungi are commonly found in the environment, particularly in soil and decaying organic matter. The infection primarily affects individuals with weakened immune systems, such as those with uncontrolled diabetes, HIV/AIDS, or those receiving immunosuppressive therapy.

Zygomycosis can manifest in various forms depending on the site of infection. The two main types are rhinocerebral zygomycosis (affecting the sinuses and brain) and pulmonary zygomycosis (affecting the lungs). Other forms include cutaneous (skin), gastrointestinal, and disseminated zygomycosis. Symptoms can range from mild to severe and may include fever, cough, shortness of breath, sinus pain or congestion, skin lesions, and neurological symptoms like headache, altered mental status, or vision changes.

Early diagnosis and prompt treatment with antifungal medications and surgical debridement are crucial for managing zygomycosis. The prognosis depends on the patient's underlying health condition and the extent of infection at the time of diagnosis.

Entomophthorales is a order of fungi that are known for their ability to infect and kill insects and other small arthropods. The name "Entomophthorales" comes from the Greek words "entomon," meaning insect, and "phthora," meaning destruction.

The fungi in this order typically infect their hosts by producing structures called appressoria, which help the fungus penetrate the host's cuticle. Once inside the host, the fungus grows and multiplies, eventually killing the host and releasing spores that can infect other insects or arthropods.

Entomophthorales includes several families of fungi, including Entomophthoraceae, Ancylistaceae, and Completoriaceae. Some species in this order are being studied for their potential as biological control agents for pest insects. However, it is important to note that some species in this order can also infect humans, although such infections are rare and usually only occur in people with weakened immune systems.

Acquired nose deformities refer to structural changes or abnormalities in the shape of the nose that occur after birth, as opposed to congenital deformities which are present at birth. These deformities can result from various factors such as trauma, injury, infection, tumors, or surgical procedures. Depending on the severity and cause of the deformity, it may affect both the aesthetic appearance and functionality of the nose, potentially causing difficulty in breathing, sinus problems, or sleep apnea. Treatment options for acquired nose deformities may include minimally invasive procedures, such as fillers or laser surgery, or more extensive surgical interventions, such as rhinoplasty or septoplasty, to restore both form and function to the nose.

Fungi, in the context of medical definitions, are a group of eukaryotic organisms that include microorganisms such as yeasts and molds, as well as the more familiar mushrooms. The study of fungi is known as mycology.

Fungi can exist as unicellular organisms or as multicellular filamentous structures called hyphae. They are heterotrophs, which means they obtain their nutrients by decomposing organic matter or by living as parasites on other organisms. Some fungi can cause various diseases in humans, animals, and plants, known as mycoses. These infections range from superficial, localized skin infections to systemic, life-threatening invasive diseases.

Examples of fungal infections include athlete's foot (tinea pedis), ringworm (dermatophytosis), candidiasis (yeast infection), histoplasmosis, coccidioidomycosis, and aspergillosis. Fungal infections can be challenging to treat due to the limited number of antifungal drugs available and the potential for drug resistance.

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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- ...
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 (Conidiobolus) (Brefeld) Ben-Ze'ev & Kenneth 1982; Conidiobolus (Delacroixia) (Sacc. & Syd.) Tyrrell ... A few attack nematodes, mites, and tardigrades, and some (particularly species of the genus Conidiobolus) are free-living ... Basidiobolus ranarum, a commensal fungus of frogs and a mammal pathogen Conidiobolus coronatus, a saprotrophic fungus of leaf ... Family Ancylistaceae Schröter 1893 Ancyclistes Pfitzer 1872 Capillidium B. Huang & Y. Nie, 2020 Conidiobolus Brefeld 1884 emend ...
... and is caused by mainly Conidiobolus coronatus, but also Conidiobolus incongruus and Conidiobolus lamprauges Conidiobolomycosis ... Gupta N, Sonej M (March 2019). "JCDR - Conidiobolus coronatus, Conidiobolus incongruus, Entomophthoramycosis". Journal of ... Conidiobolus species have been found in areas of high humidity such as the coasts of the United Kingdom, eastern United States ... Most cases are caused by Conidiobolus coronatus, a fungus found in soil and in the environment in general, which can infect ...
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: ... Okafor, JI (1984). Taxonomy, ecology and physiology of Basidiobolus species and Conidiobolus coronatus (Thesis). University of ... "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 or insects. Capillidium are also parasites ... Nie, Y. S.; Yu, D.; Wang, C.F.; Liu, X.Y.; Huang, B. (2020). "A taxonomic revision of the genus Conidiobolus (Ancylistaceae, ... The most well known member is Conidiobolus coronatus, which is typically found in soils and parasitizing termites and aphids ... Capillidium was added in 2020, it was once thought to be a sub-genus of Conidiobolus. Microconidiobolus and Neoconidiobolus ...
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. ...
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Kevorkian 1937 accspted as Conidiobolus coronatus (Costantin) A. Batko, (1964) [1962] Entomophthora grylli Fresen. 1856 ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
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Family Ancylistaceae Conidiobolus (Conidiobolus coronatus/Conidiobolus incongruus) Diagnosis is done with potassium hydroxide ( ...
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In animals and humans, Conidiobolus spp. displays a positive tropism for the nasal cavity (Silva et al. 2007aSilva S.M.M.S., ... The hyphal diameter was about 8µm, bulbous was about 25µm (Fig.7). The lesions examined by IHC were positive for Conidiobolus ... Pathology of nasal infection caused by Conidiobolus lamprauges and Pythium insidiosum in sheep. J. Comp. Pathol. 149(2/3):137- ... Conidiobolus spp. are found in soil, in vegetation decomposed and as insect parasites, occurring preferentially in tropical and ...
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Nie, Y., Yu, D.-S., Wang, C.-F., Liu, X.-Y., and Huang, B. (2020). A taxonomic revision of the genus Conidiobolus ( ...
the occurrence of branched-chain fatty acids in Conidiobolus species. 1976. Tyrrell, D.; Weatherston, J. Canadian Journal of ...
SSKI can also be used for entomophthoramycosis caused by Basidiobolus and Conidiobolus. In dermatologic practice SSKI can be ...
In some warmer regions, other Zygomycetes such as Conidiobolus coronatus infect a range of animals and can also occasionally ...
Rhinofacial zygomycosis caused by conidiobolus coronatus. Nayak, D. R., Pillai, S. & Rao, L., يوليو 2004, في: Indian Journal of ...
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 ...
Conidiobolus coronatus, C. thromboides, C. incongruus, and the host-specific insect pathogens Entomophthora muscae and Pandora ...
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  • 1987 Conidiobolus conglomeratus Conidiobolus coronatus (Costantin) A. Batko, 1964 Conidiobolus couchii Sriniv. (wikipedia.org)
  • Chronic invasive rhinosinusitis by Conidiobolus coronatus, na emerging microorganism. (scielo.br)
  • Here we report a case of Entomophthoramycosis due to Conidiobolus coronatus from the eastern India who presented with slowly growing rhinofacial swelling and right sided nasal obstruction due to intranasal mass. (bvsalud.org)
  • Conidiobolus is a genus of fungi in order Entomophthorales. (wikipedia.org)
  • Among Entomophthorales, infections caused by Conidiobolus are more common than Basidiobolus Here we present a case of subcutaneous basidiobolomycosis in a female patient. (bvsalud.org)
  • Some action spectra simply show the magnitude of a response as a function of wavelength, under conditions where a standard photon fluence (or fluence rate) is applied in all … The action spectrum for phototropism of Conidiobolus conidiophores was determined crudely with glass filters and by projecting a spectrum on cultures of the fungus. (2014wycc.co.za)
  • Some species were defined in Conidiobolus but then moved into other genera such as Capillidium and Batkoa. (wikipedia.org)
  • There are 54 species of Conidiobolus. (wikipedia.org)
  • the occurrence of branched-chain fatty acids in Conidiobolus species. (gc.ca)
  • 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 (= Capillidium heterosporum (Drechsler) B. Huang & Y. Nie (2020) ) Conidiobolus humicola Sriniv. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1962 Conidiobolus incongruus Drechsler, 1960 Conidiobolus inordinatus Drechsler, 1957 Conidiobolus iuxtagenitus S. D. Waters & Callaghan, 1989 Conidiobolus khandalensis 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)
  • 2008 Conidiobolus thromboides Drechsler, 1953 Conidiobolus tipulae Conidiobolus undulatus Drechsler, 1957 Conidiobolus utriculosus Bref. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1967 Conidiobolus obscurus (I. M. Hall & P. H. Dunn) Remaud. (wikipedia.org)
  • Ovine nasal zygomycosis caused by Conidiobolus incongruus. (scielo.br)
  • 1963 Conidiobolus lachnodes Drechsler, 1955 Conidiobolus lamprauges Drechsler, 1953 Conidiobolus lichenicola Sriniv. (wikipedia.org)
  • Samples of the lesions examined by immunohistochemistry and polymerase chain reaction were positive for Conidiobolus lamprauges . (scielo.br)
  • Amostras das lesões submetidas à imuno-histoquímica e reação em cadeia da polimerase foram positivas para Conidiobolus lamprauges . (scielo.br)
  • Morphologic and phylogenetic characterization of Conidiobolus lamprauges recovered from infected sheep. (scielo.br)
  • Disseminated human conidiobolomycosis due to Conidiobolus lamprauges. (scielo.br)
  • Conidiobolus adieretus Drechsler, 1953 (= Capillidium adiaeretum (Drechsler) B. Huang & Y. Nie (2020)) 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)
  • 1965 Conidiobolus nanodes Drechsler, 1955 Conidiobolus nodosus Sriniv. (wikipedia.org)
  • Conidiobolus paulus Drechsler, Bull. (facesoffungi.org)
  • We report here the first case of invasive pulmonary fungal infection due to Conidiobolus pachyzygosporus in a Swiss patient with onco-haematologic malignancy. (bvsalud.org)
  • 2008 Conidiobolus thromboides Drechsler, 1953 Conidiobolus tipulae Conidiobolus undulatus Drechsler, 1957 Conidiobolus utriculosus Bref. (wikipedia.org)
  • 16. Canine Subcutaneous Zygomycosis Caused by Conidiobolus sp. (nih.gov)