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Bisifusarium Delphinoides, an Emerging Opportunistic Pathogen in a Burn Patient with Diabetes Mellitus

Park JH, Oh J, Song JS, Kim J, Sung GH

An 82-year-old man with diabetes was admitted to the emergency department with a third-degree burn on his left leg. The deep swab specimen from his left leg was cultured on...
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A Case of Fingernail Onychomycosis Caused by Fusarium proliferatum

Hong EH, Jang YJ, Cho EB, Park EJ, Kim KJ, Kim KH

Onychomycosis is a fungal nail infection caused mainly by dermatophytes. Non-dermatophytes such as yeasts, Acremonium, Aspergillus, and Fusarium species account for only 10% of onychomycosis, and Fusarium species are relatively...
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Isolation, Identification and Enzymatic Activity of Halotolerant and Halophilic Fungi from the Great Sebkha of Oran in Northwestern of Algeria

Chamekh R, Deniel F, Donot C, Jany JL, Nodet P, Belabid L

The Great Sebkha of Oran is a closed depression located in northwestern of Algeria. Despite the ranking of this sebkha among the wetlands of global importance by Ramsar Convention in...
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Timing of Fusarium Head Blight Infection in Rice by Heading Stage

Kim Y, Kang IJ, Shin DB, Roh JH, Heu S, Shim HK

Fusarium graminearum causes the devastating plant disease Fusarium head blight and produces mycotoxins on small cultivated grains. To investigate the timeframe of F. graminearum infection during rice cultivation, a spore...
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Diversity and Antifungal Activity of Endophytic Fungi Associated with Camellia oleifera

Yu J, Wu Y, He Z, Li M, Zhu K, Gao B

Endophytic fungi strains (n = 81) were isolated from the leaves, barks, and fruits of Camellia oleifera from Hunan province (China) to delineate their species composition and potential as biological control agents...
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Antifungal Effects of Silver Phytonanoparticles from Yucca shilerifera Against Strawberry Soil-Borne Pathogens: Fusarium solani and Macrophomina phaseolina

Ruiz-Romero P, Valdez-Salas B, González-Mendoza D, Mendez-Trujillo V

In the present study, the characterization and properties of silver nanoparticles from Yucca shilerifera leaf extract (AgNPs) were investigated using UV–visible spectroscopic techniques, zeta potential, and dynamic light scattering. The...
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Identification of Genes Related to Fungicide Resistance in Fusarium fujikuroi

Choi Y, Jung B, Li T, Lee J

We identified two genes related to fungicide resistance in Fusarium fujikuroi through random mutagenesis. Targeted gene deletions showed that survival factor 1 deletion resulted in higher sensitivity to fungicides, while...
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Screening and Production of Manganese Peroxidase from Fusarium sp. on Residue Materials

Huy ND, Tien NT, Huyen LT, Quang HT, Tung TQ, Luong NN, Park SM

In this study, we report the manganese peroxidase production ability from a Fusarium sp. strain using an inexpensive medium of agriculture residues of either rice straw or wood chips as...
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Influence of Peanut Cultivars and Environmental Conditions on the Diversity and Community Composition of Pod Rot Soil Fungi in China

Wang M, Chen M, Yang Z, Chen N, Chi X, Pan L, Wang T, Yu S, Guo X

Peanut yield and quality are seriously affected by pod rot pathogens worldwide, especially in China in recent years. The goals of this study are to analyze the structure of fungal...
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Unique Phylogenetic Lineage Found in the Fusarium-like Clade after Re-examining BCCM/IHEM Fungal Culture Collection Material

Triest D, De Cremer , Piérard D, Hendrickx

Recently, the Fusarium genus has been narrowed based upon phylogenetic analyses and a Fusarium-like clade was adopted. The few species of the Fusarium-like clade were moved to new, re-installed or...
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Vacuolar Serine Protease Is a Major Allergen of Fusarium proliferatum and an IgE-Cross Reactive Pan-Fungal Allergen

Yeh CC, Tai HY, Chou H, Wu KG, Shen HD

PURPOSE: Fusarium species are among prevalent airborne fungi and causative agents of human respiratory atopic disorders. We previously identified a 36.5-kDa F. proliferatum component recognized by IgE antibodies in 9...
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Isolation Rates of Fungi from Soil Near Korean Wrestling Fields, Playgrounds, and Beauty Salons in Daegu

Kim BS, Shin DH, Choi JS

  • KMID: 2344375
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2016 Jul;54(6):444-450.
BACKGROUND: Soil is one of the major habitats of fungi. Keratinophilic fungi are an important group of fungi that live in soil, some of which are potential pathogens for humans...
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First Report of Fusarium subglutinans Causing Leaf Spot Disease on Cymbidium Orchids in Korea

Han KS, Park JH, Back CG, Park MJ

In 2006~2010, leaf spot symptoms, that is, small, yellow spots that turned into dark brown-to-black lesions surrounded by a yellow halo, were observed on Cymbidium spp. in Gongju, Taean, and...
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Diversity of Endophytic Fungi Associated with the Roots of Four Aquatic Plants Inhabiting Two Wetlands in Korea

You YH, Park JM, Park JH, Kim JG

A total of 4 aquatic plants, Eleocharis kuroguwai Ohwi, Hydrocharis dubia Backer, Salvinia natans All., and Zizania latifolia Turcz., were sampled from representative two wetlands of South Korea. A total...
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Recent Clinical Manifestation and Prognosis of Fungal Endophthalmitis: A 7-Year Experience at a Tertiary Referral Center in Korea

Kim DY, Moon HI, Joe SG, Kim JG, Yoon YH, Lee JY

This study analyzed the recent causes, prognosis, and treatment strategies for fungal endophthalmitis. A retrospective review of patients who were diagnosed with fungal endophthalmitis at our center was conducted. The...
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First Report on Fusarium Wilt of Zucchini Caused by Fusarium oxysporum, in Korea

Choi IY, Kim JH, Lee WH, Park JH, Shin HD

Fusarium wilt of zucchini in Jeonju, Korea, was first noticed in May 2013. Symptoms included wilting of the foliage, drying and withering of older leaves, and stunting of plants. Infected...
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Diversity and Plant Growth Promoting Capacity of Endophytic Fungi Associated with Halophytic Plants from the West Coast of Korea

Khalmuratova I, Kim H, Nam YJ, Oh Y, Jeong MJ, Choi HR, You YH, Choo YS, Lee IJ, Shin JH, Yoon H, Kim JG

Five halophytic plant species, Suaeda maritima, Limonium tetragonum, Suaeda australis, Phragmites australis, and Suaeda glauca Bunge, which are native to the Muan salt marsh of South Korea, were examined for...
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Analysis of Clinical Manifestations and Risk Factors for Treatment Failure in Fungal Keratitis

Lee DH, Ko HC, Lee JE

BACKGROUND: Fungal keratitis is common cause of corneal infection. If not diagnosed and treated promptly and effectively, significant damage can occur. OBJECTIVE: To investigate the clinical manifestations and risk factors for...
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First Report of Potato Stem-End Rot Caused by Fusarium oxysporum in Korea

Aktaruzzaman M, Xu SJ, Kim JY, Woo JH, Hahm YI, Kim BS

  • KMID: 2312748
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2014 Jun;42(2):206-209.
In this study, we identified the causative agent of stem-end rot in potatoes that were grown in Gangwon alpine areas of Korea in 2013. The disease symptoms included appearance of...
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Biocontrol of Fusarium Crown and Root Rot and Promotion of Growth of Tomato by Paenibacillus Strains Isolated from Soil

Xu SJ, Kim BS

  • KMID: 2312739
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2014 Jun;42(2):158-166.
In this study, bacterial strains were isolated from soils from 30 locations of Samcheok, Gangwon province. Of the isolated strains, seven showed potential plant growth promoting and antagonistic activities. Based...
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