Rhinocerebral mucormycosis is a rapidly progressive and often fatal infection frequently seen in patients with uncontrolled diabetes mellitus and hematologic malignancies. The disease is difficult to diagnose because it often masquerades as bacterial sinusitis. The current report describes a 69-year-old white woman with diabetes mellitus who was prescribed high-dose prednisone therapy for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Two weeks after treatment initiation, she presented to the hospital with facial edema on the right side, mouth pain, and general weakness. No black eschars on the nasal mucosae or palates were present on admission. Although bacterial etiology was initially suspected, surgery and tissue samples revealed the presence of rhinocerebral mucormycosis. The patient died at 6 days postadmission despite aggressive medical and surgical intervention. The current report discusses the risk factors associated with rhinocerebral mucormycosis as well as the necessity of early diagnosis and ...
Mucormycosis is an opportunistic pathogen in the zygomycetes class. Pulmonary mucormycosis results by inhalation of sporangiospores into the bronchioles and alveoli. Clinical and radiological findings of the disease are nonspecific. Infarction or necrosis can lead to pneumonia and the infection can spread to neighbouring structures such as the mediastinum and heart, or hematogenously spread to other organs. The radiological manifestations of pulmonary mucormycosis are mostly non-specific. Patch-like consolidations and cavitary lesions can be seen on chest graphy. Hemoptysis is a fatal complication. We report a case of pulmonary mucormycosis in an adolescent diabetic patient as such cases have been rarely reported in literature.. A 16-year-old girl presented with complaints of fever, chills, fatigue, cough, and shortness of breath. Patient was admitted to the hospital with the diagnosis of diabetic ketoacidosis and pneumonia. The patient was diagnosed with Type 1 DM for 5 years. There was a ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Why is mucormycosis more difficult to cure than more common mycoses?. AU - Katragkou, A.. AU - Walsh, T. J.. AU - Roilides, E.. PY - 2014/1/1. Y1 - 2014/1/1. N2 - Although considered to be a rare infection, mucormycosis (zygomycosis) has emerged as the second most common invasive mould infection. Despite the advent of newer antifungal agents, mortality rate of mucormycosis remains exceedingly high. Successful management of mucormycosis requires early diagnosis, reversal of underlying predisposing risk factors, surgical debridement and prompt administration of active antifungal agents. However, mucormycosis is not always amenable to cure. There are challenging obstacles that lead to difficulties in management of amphotericin B. These include unique host-based risk factors for mucormycosis, the fungus resistance to innate host defences and distinctive features of its immunopathogenesis, such as extensive angioinvasion, increased virulence and use of chelators by the fungus as ...
Disseminated mucormycosis typically occurs in people who are already sick from other medical conditions, so it can be difficult to know which symptoms are related to mucormycosis. Patients with disseminated infection in the brain can develop mental status changes or coma.. ...
Rhinocerebral mucormycosis (RCM) is an opportunistic, potentially life-threatening fungal disease. This infective disease invades not only the facial sinuses, but also the maxilla, zygoma, and rhino-cerebral structures with a massive destruction of the facial skeletons and soft tissue. This disease progresses within various underlying diseases, such as diabetes mellitus, hematologic malignancy, renal failure, and systemic immunodepression. The relationship between mucormycosis and these underlying conditions have been discussed extensively in the literature. The authors studied 6 cases of RCM diagnosed by a tissue biopsy and treated at the department of oral and maxillofacial surgery, from 1997 to 2012. Patients were treated with several kinds of surgical interventions and antifungal agents, and their clinical & radiological signs, underlying conditions, surgical methods, and outcomes were analyzed ...
Rhinocerebral mucormycosis is a rare, fulminating opportunistic fungal infection caused by a fungus of the order mucorales. These fungi are ubiquitous, subsisting on decaying vegetation and diverse organic material. Although the fungi and spores of mucorales show minimal intrinsic pathogenicity towards normal persons, they can initiate aggressive and fulminating infection in the immune compromised host. Because rhinocerebral mucormycosis occurs infrequently it may pose a diagnostic and therapeutic dilemma for those who are not familiar with its clinical presentation. We present a patient with classical presentation of rhinocerebral mucormycosis involving the paranasal sinuses, the orbit and cranial base who, was treated by a combination of aggressive surgical and medical therapy and subsequently had surgical repair of the oral defect. The purpose of this presentation is to draw attention to the clinical presentation and pathogenesis of rhinocerebral mucormycosis and to emphasise the need for ...
Mucormycosis is an infection caused by filamentous fungi that presents in different forms: rhinocerebral, pulmonary, renal, cutaneous, and gastrointestinal. The species Rhizopus oryzae, responsible for 70% of cases, is the most frequently isolated organism.1 Risk factors for developing mucormycosis include blood diseases, diabetes mellitus with poor metabolic control, solid organ or hematopoietic transplantation, neutropenia, injury, iron overload, and severe burns. It is unclear whether the chronic use of corticosteroids predisposes patients to developing mucormycosis. In recent years, we have witnessed an increase in the incidence of this entity due to population aging, which goes hand in hand with an increase in the above-mentioned risk factors.2,3. We report the case of a 29-year-old woman, smoker of 10 pack-years, with recent onset of diabetes mellitus type 1 (ketoacidosis the week before presentation of this clinical episode). She consulted due to a few hours history of dyspnea, fever ...
Mucormycosis is a rare but highly invasive opportunistic fungal infection. Gastrointestinal disease although uncommon is highly fatal. We report a case of jejunal mucormycosis in a 24 year old undernourished female with preceding surgical intervention for acute intestinal obstruction of tubercular etiology. On 8th post-operative day, she developed oozing from suture line, prompting exploratory laparotomy, bowel resection, jejunostomy and ileal mucus fistula. Resected bowel showed one perforation and several areas of impending perforations. Characteristic broad, pauci-septate hyaline, empty looking hyphae with infrequent branching were found transmurally and showing angio-invasion. Local intestinal tissue trauma coupled with her sub-normal immune status permitted this unusual nosocomial infection. Histopathologic demonstration of the fungus in surgical specimens remains cornerstone of diagnosis of mucormycosis in view of its non-specific symptoms, low isolation rates of mycologic culture and lack of
We report three cases of ileocolic mucormycosis in adult immunocompromised patients presenting as acute abdomen. All patients underwent laparotomy but two of them died from multiorgan failure before the diagnoses were confirmed. The diagnosis of gastrointestinal mucormycosis is rarely suspected, and antemortem diagnosis is made in only 25%-50% of cases. These cases illustrate the difficulty encountered by surgeons in managing acute abdomen in neutropenic patients with hematological malignancy. The management of colonic mucormycosis in the published literature is also reviewed. © 2010 Baishideng. All rights reserved ...
Not every hospital in the USA is required to publicize details of infectious outbreaks which occur within their facilities. In 2014, details of a lethal mucormycosis outbreak[13] which occurred in 2008 emerged after television and newspaper reports responded to an article in a pediatric medical journal.[14] Contaminated hospital linen was found to be spreading the infection. A cluster of infections occurred in the wake of the 2011 Joplin tornado. As of July 19, a total of 18 suspected cases of cutaneous mucormycosis had been identified, of which 13 were confirmed. A confirmed case was defined as 1) necrotizing soft-tissue infection requiring antifungal treatment or surgical debridement in a person injured in the tornado, 2) with illness onset on or after May 22 and 3) positive fungal culture or histopathology and genetic sequencing consistent with a Mucormycete. No additional cases related to that outbreak have been reported since June 17. Ten patients required admission to an intensive-care ...
This is a continuation of the case below).. Astute readers, of course, recognize this as the dreaded mucormycosis. This fungal sinus infection progresses rapidly toward fulminant death. The mortality rate of rhinocerebral mucormycosis is extremely high. When we called ENT for this patient, they wanted a stat MRI scan which showed fungal invasion into the brain. ENT placed the mortality at 100% even with all aggressive treatments. Infectious disease also looked at the case and put the mortality at >95%. Mucormycosis - a disease so rare that I had only thought Id see it in textbooks - is truly a sobering diagnosis. With the concern of almost-certain fatality, we held multiple family meetings to try to understand what the patient would have wanted. She would not have wanted her face disfigured, and indeed, the marginal benefit of such a heroic intervention was not worth the cost. Eventually, the patient was made comfort care and with the aid of the palliative care service, we let her go peacefully ...
Mucormycosis, most commonly caused by Rhizopus oryzae, is a life-threatening infection that occurs in patients immunocompromised by diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA),...
Mucormycosis is very rare- so rare, in fact, that the LA Times article misspelled it twice as "murcomycosis." (Sorry, it happens to the best of us.) In 2008, I saw a news report about "the man without a face"- he had mucormycosis. Other than that, most major medical centers only ever see one to two cases of this horrible infection.. So its very odd that as of June 12, 2011, there have been eight reported cases of mucormycosis in Joplin, with growing concern there will be more. Mucormycosis is part of a group of fungi that live in the dirt or on decaying vegetation. They grow rapidly, and their spores are released into the air ...
AIM: To report presentation and outcome of rhino-orbital-cerebral mucormycosis (ROCM) exclusively in patients with diabetes mellitus. METHODS: Retrospective, non-comparative, interventional analysis of the medical records of 35 patients with ROCM amo
The ECIL-5 meeting was held in September 2013 and involved 57 experts from 21 countries, including 3 non-European countries. Slides of the conclusions of the ECIL-5 were made available on the websites of the EORTC, EBMT, ELN, and ICHS. The ECIL-6 meeting was held in September 2015 with the presence of 55 experts from 24 countries, including 4 non-European countries (see list of collaborators at the end of this Review).. At both the ECIL-5 and the ECIL-6 meetings, the antifungal therapy working group made a search for new publications regarding treatment of invasive candidiasis, aspergillosis and mucormycosis. The group was divided into three subgroups, each being responsible for one of each fungal infection type. The literature search was performed in Pubmed and Cochrane databases. Abstracts presented at major congresses during the previous two years were also retrieved and integrated into the ECIL recommendation. All recommendations referring to an abstract, however, were classified as ...
Isavuconazonium sulfate (BAL8557; trade name Cresemba) is a prodrug for isavuconazole which is a triazole antifungal agent. Isavuconazonium is used to treat invasive aspergillosis and invasive mucormycosis. Isavuconazonium is used to treat invasive aspergillosis and invasive mucormycosis in adults ages 18 years and older. It is available in a capsule for administration by mouth and as a powder for administration via infusion. Isavuconazonium should not be given to anyone with a history of allergic reaction to it, nor to anyone taking ketoconazole or high-dose ritonavir. It should not be given to anyone with a family history of short QT syndrome. It has not been tested in children. In preclinical studies, isavuconazonium caused birth defects; it has not been tested in pregnant women. Women who are pregnant should not take it and women taking it should not get pregnant. It is excreted in breast milk so people should not breast feed while taking it. Common adverse effects (occurring in between 1 ...
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If you have been diagnosed with mucormycosis, you may wish to ask your physician these additional five questions: 1. What line of treatment will you recommend for me? Mucormycosis treatment is an
It appears to be an emerging infection according to this review. Think of it in cases of recurrent or non resolving pneumonias especially in the immunocompromised. ...
To the Editor:. Mucormycosis is a life-threatening infection that occurs predominantly in diabetic or immunosuppressed patients. Successful treatment requires early diagnosis, prompt antifungal therapy, and surgical debridement. We describe a patient with severe relapsing Wegeners granulomatosis (WG), with pulmonary mucormycosis mimicking vasculitic disease relapse, successfully treated with combined posaconazole and amphotericin.. A 29-year-old man was diagnosed with WG on the basis of a lung biopsy and a positive antineutrophil cytoplasm antibody (ANCA), who had presented with lung hemorrhage and transient acute renal failure. Plasmapheresis, steroids, and cyclophosphamide were administered, with complete recovery of renal and pulmonary function. He was maintained on azathioprine and prednisolone for 3 years, but subsequently developed a relapsing-remitting disease pattern. Over 2 years he had 4 relapses, with sinusitis, pulmonary nodules, and subglottic stenosis. He was initially treated ...
A female preterm triplet was born to a 35-year-old G1P0211 mother at 234+ weeks gestation due to preterm premature rupture of the membranes and maternal chorioamnionitis. Birth weight was 605 g. She was delivered vaginally in breech position. The Apgar scores were 1 and 8 at 1 and 5 minutes, respectively. She developed respiratory distress syndrome and required ventilatory support and surfactant replacement therapy. Umbilical lines were placed at birth. She was pancytopenic on delivery (white blood cell: 2800, platelet: 109).. On day of life (DOL) 4, a papular rash was noted on her chest wall and back. Fluconazole and liposomal amphotericin B (LAmB; AmBisome [Gilead Sciences, Inc., Foster City, CA]; 3 mg/kg intravenously) were initiated. Fungal cultures and potassium hydroxide smears were sent. On DOL 6, the lesion progressed to a necrotic plaque with eschar located on the right chest with satellite lesions on her back. The thoracic lesion continued to progress into a large, firm eschar ...
The antimalarial drug chloroquine has been shown to have in vitro antifungal activity against some fungi including Penicillium marneffei, Histoplasma capsulatum, and Cryptococcus neoformans, but the clinical utility has not been established.. The mechanisms of action are also under investigation. Chloroquine inhibits growth of H. capsulatum by pH-dependent iron deprivation, but is directly toxic to C. neoformans, possibly by pH disturbances in acidic vesicles [Weber, Boelart], however, in other fungi, other as yet undefined fungal targets are responsible for the observed antifungal activity.. Recently, research of combination therapy (using two antifungal drugs with distinct and different fungal targets) against experimental fungal disease has been on the increase.. As examples, the quinolones, such as ciprofloxacin in combination with fluconazole were effective in the treatment of experimental pulmonary mucormycosis, caused by Rhizopus oryzae in a mouse model [Sugar].. In a recent presentation, ...
Thank you for this information and also your concern. When my step-son was battling Leukemia he had many snowball effects and Mucormycosis was one of them. The CDC from Birmingham came to the hospital to make sure that was indeed what he had and it was. His skin broke out with lesions, headache, shortness of breath, and was very ill!!!! He lived through that particular snowball effect (1st patient they say lived through it) however it was my understanding at the time that he got it along with other infections from his own body. When the immune system is weak our white blood cells have a hard time fighting off everything they are up against and so some cells are left untouched, hence they turn into bad ones.......i.e. Mucormycosis ...
neutrophil-mediated damage. Further, mice given BHB developed clinical acidosis and became extremely susceptible to mucormycosis, but not aspergillosis, while sodium bicarbonate reversed this susceptibility. BHB-related acidosis exerted a direct effect on both GRP78 and CotH expression, an effect not seen with lactic acidosis. However, BHB also indirectly compromised the ability of transferrin to chelate iron, as iron chelation combined with sodium bicarbonate completely protected endothelial cells from ...
neutrophil-mediated damage. Further, mice given BHB developed clinical acidosis and became extremely susceptible to mucormycosis, but not aspergillosis, while sodium bicarbonate reversed this susceptibility. BHB-related acidosis exerted a direct effect on both GRP78 and CotH expression, an effect not seen with lactic acidosis. However, BHB also indirectly compromised the ability of transferrin to chelate iron, as iron chelation combined with sodium bicarbonate completely protected endothelial cells from ...
Abidi MZ, Sohail MR, Cummins N, Wilhelm M, Wengenack N, Brumble L, Shah H, Jane Hata D, McCullough A, Wendel A, Vikram HR, Kusne S, Litzow M, Letendre L, Lahr BD, Poeschla E, Walker RC. Stability in the cumulative incidence, severity and mortality of 101 cases of invasive mucormycosis in high-risk patients from 1995 to 2011: a comparison of eras immediately before and after the availability of voriconazole and echinocandin-amphotericin combination therapies. Mycoses. 2014 Nov; 57: (11)687-98 ...
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GMS (Gomoris Methanamine Silver staining) from Fine Needle Aspiration sample showing broad randomly branched and aseptate hyphae of Mucormycosis.
Cell surface localization of GRP78 and CotH proteins. Cell surface expression of GRP78 on endothelial cells or CotH proteins on R. oryzae exposed to varying concentrations of FeCl3, glucose, or BHB with or without NaHCO3 was quantified using FACS analysis. Briefly, endothelial cells grown in 25-cm flasks were dissociated using 1.5 ml enzyme-free dissociation buffer (Invitrogen). Cells were blocked with 50% goat serum, then stained with monoclonal anti-GRP78 antibody (catalog 610979; BD Biosciences) at 1:100 for 1 hour. Endothelial cells were counterstained with Alexa Fluor 488-labeled anti-mouse IgG (catalog A-11001; Life Technologies) at 1:100 for 1 hour. Endothelial cells exposed to a similar concentration of the stimulus and stained with an isotype matching control IgG (catalog 554126; BD Biosciences) were used as negative control. For CotH expression on fungal cells, R. oryzae spores (3 × 106 spores/ml) were germinated in MEM with or without FeCl3, glucose, BHB with or without NaHCO3, ...
Cell surface localization of GRP78 and CotH proteins. Cell surface expression of GRP78 on endothelial cells or CotH proteins on R. oryzae exposed to varying concentrations of FeCl3, glucose, or BHB with or without NaHCO3 was quantified using FACS analysis. Briefly, endothelial cells grown in 25-cm flasks were dissociated using 1.5 ml enzyme-free dissociation buffer (Invitrogen). Cells were blocked with 50% goat serum, then stained with monoclonal anti-GRP78 antibody (catalog 610979; BD Biosciences) at 1:100 for 1 hour. Endothelial cells were counterstained with Alexa Fluor 488-labeled anti-mouse IgG (catalog A-11001; Life Technologies) at 1:100 for 1 hour. Endothelial cells exposed to a similar concentration of the stimulus and stained with an isotype matching control IgG (catalog 554126; BD Biosciences) were used as negative control. For CotH expression on fungal cells, R. oryzae spores (3 × 106 spores/ml) were germinated in MEM with or without FeCl3, glucose, BHB with or without NaHCO3, ...
An analysis of the current literature and a survey of practicing orbital surgeons show that data on survival outcome in patients with mucormycosis do not provide sufficient evidence regarding the stage of disease progression at which exenteration may be beneficial ...
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Lichtheimia corymbifera is a ubiquitous soilborne zygomycete fungus, which is an opportunistic human pathogen in immunocompromised patients. The fungus can cause life-threatening diseases by attacking the lung during early stages of invasion and by disseminating during later phases causing systemic infection. Since infections have drastically increased during the last decades, it is a major goal to investigate the mechanisms underlying pathogenicity of L. corymbifera. One of the first barriers, which the fungus needs to cope with in the lung tissue, is phagocytosis by alveolar macrophages. Here, we report on phagocytosis assays for murine alveolar macrophages co-incubated with resting, swollen and opsonised spores of a virulent and an attenuated L. corymbifera strain. A major finding of this study is the significantly increased phagocytosis ratio of the virulent strain if compared to the attenuated strain. We quantify the phagocytosis by performing automated analysis of fluorescence microscopy ...
A QIDP designation, granted under the U.S. GAIN Act, provides priority review and a five-year extension of market exclusivity, should the product be approved in the United States. Isavuconazole was previously granted QIDP designation for the treatment of invasive aspergillosis and invasive mucormycosis (also known as zygomycosis), which are severe mold infections. In addition, isavuconazole has FDA fast-track status and received U.S. and European Union orphan drug designations for invasive aspergillosis and mucormycosis.. Prof. Achim Kaufhold, Basileas Chief Medical Officer, commented: "Invasive candidiasis is a nosocomial infection associated with high mortality, frequently occurring in critically ill patients, such as cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, organ transplantation, and invasive surgical procedures. Moreover, the incidence of Candida infections has been increasing over past decades." He added: "We are very pleased that the FDA has granted this third QIDP designation to ...
The effect of pH and temperature on the activity of the purified 1,3-1,4-β-glucanase from Rhizopus microsporus var. microsporus is shown in figures 4 and 5, respectively. At 50°C, the enzyme showed substantial activity in the pH range of from 2 to 6. Maximal activity was recorded in the range of from 4 to 5. No enzyme activity was detected at pH higher than 6 (Figure 4). At pH 5.0, the purified enzyme was substantially active in the temperature range from 20°C to 65°C. Maximal activity was detected at 50°C and 60°C, indicating that the optimal temperature for glucan hydrolysis is 55°C (Figure 5). The optima pH and temperature values determined for the purified 1,3-1,4-β-glucanase from R. microsporus var. microsporus were similar to those determined for 1,3-1,4-β-glucanases from several other fungi and bacteria [2]. In addition, these values are comparable to those presented by enzymes currently being used in the brewing industry [11, 2]. The purified 1,3-1,4-β-glucanase retained 100% ...
Mucormycosis is an emerging fungal infection that is clinically difficult to manage, with increasing incidence and extremely high mortality rates. Individuals with diabetes, suppressed immunity and traumatic injury are at increased risk of developing disease. These patients often present with defects in phagocytic effector cell function. Research utilising mammalian models and phagocytic effector cell lines has attempted to decipher the importance of the innate immune system in host defence against mucormycosis. However, these model systems have not been satisfactory to directly analyse the interaction between innate immune effector cells and infectious sporangiospores in vivo.. Here, we report the first real-time in vivo analysis of the early innate immune response to mucormycete infection using a whole animal zebrafish larval model system. We identified differential host susceptibility, dependent on the site of infection (hindbrain ventricle and swimbladder), as well as differential functions ...
What also could have contributed to the number of infections was the devastation to the medical system that happened during the tornado as well. The main hospital was damaged and several off-site clinics were set-up so the above news piece surmises that wounds may not have been adequately treated (which would be serious irrigation.) This is understandable considering what the town was dealing with ...
The most important risk factors, and therefore the populations affected, are diabetics and those with hematologic malignancy. Diabetes, specifically with ketoacidosis, is the main risk factor. (1,2) Neutrophil dysfunction, along with hyperglycemia and an iron rich environment induced by ketoacidosis allows for the fungi to avoid the immune system and thrive in a substrate rich environment. (3) Retrospective studies have reported over 80% of cases in those with diabetes, and 40% of those who previously did not have known history of the disease. (1) Hematologic malignancy, especially those with acute myelogenous leukemia are also at increased risk. Other immunosuppressive states and burn victims without a protective skin barrier are also at risk ...
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More than 1,000 people were injured when a severe tornado ripped through Joplin, Missouri, on 22 May 2011, and 158 eventually died. Within a few days of the tornado, several of the injured began to suffer from a fungal infection suspected to be cutaneous necrotizing mucormycosis.
Nevertheless, in selected infections, as discussed below, measurement of antibody titers may be a useful diagnostic test. Three other terms frequently used in clinical discussions of fungal infections are yeast, mold, and dimorphic fungus. Yeasts are seen as rounded single cells or as budding organisms. Candida and Cryptococcus are traditionally classified as yeasts. Molds grow as filamentous forms called hyphae both at room temperature and when they invade tissue. Aspergillus, Rhizopus [the species that causes mucormycosis (zygomycosis)], and fungi commonly infecting the skin to cause ringworm and related cutaneous conditions are classified as molds.Variations occur within this classification of yeasts and molds. For instance, when Candida infects tissue, both yeasts and filamentous forms may occur (except with C. glabrata, which forms only yeasts in tissue); in contrast, Cryptococcus exists only in yeast form. Dimorphic is the term used to describe fungi that grow as yeasts or large spherical ...
P. N. Patil, Salvi, N. A., Udupa, S. R., and Banerji, A., "Enantiomeric synthesis of pyridyl-1-ethanol using Rhizopus arrhizus", Biotechnology Letters, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 159-162, 1996.. ...
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Is Baking Soda Good for Diabetes? Learn about diabetes and baking soda, particularly its effects on diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) and mucormycosis.
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Seseorang akan merasa terhina bila dikatakan bermental tempe karena konotasinya tempe adalah sesuatu yang rendah dan hanya makanan untuk orang-orang miskin. Kenyataannya, tempe dapat menyelamatkan para tawanan perang dari serangan diare. Tempe adalah makanan fermentasi tradisional indonesia yang dibuat dari kedelai yang diinokulasi dengan kapang Rhizopus oryzae,Rhizopus oligosporus, atau Rhizopus microsporus. Hasil dari fermentasi…
Rhizopus oryzae ATCC ® 22580™ Designation: IFO 5441 [AHU R-131, IMI 309922] Application: produces fumaric acid produces lactic acid lactate produces lipase
Case reports of Apophysomyces spp. in immunocompetent hosts have been a result of traumatic deep implantation of Apophysomyces spp. spore-contaminated soil or debris. On May 22, 2011 a tornado occurred in Joplin, MO, leaving 13 tornado victims with Apophysomyces trapeziformis infections as a result …