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Authors:Kurtzman,C.P.;Robnett,C.J. 
Year:1997 
Journal:
 
Volume:35 
Keywords:GENBANK/U40080 GENBANK/U40085 GENBANK/U40087 GENBANK/U40091 GENBANK/U40094 GENBANK/U40095 GENBANK/U40096 GENBANK/U40098 GENBANK/U40103 GENBANK/U40104 GENBANK/U40108 GENBANK/U40109 GENBANK/U40110 GENBANK/U40118 GENBANK/U40125 GENBANK/U40131 GENBANK/U40132 GENBANK/U40137 GENBANK/U40138 GENBANK/U44806 GENBANK/U44808 GENBANK/U44809 GENBANK/U44810 GENBANK/U44811 GENBANK/U44812 GENBANK/U44813 GENBANK/U44814 GENBANK/U44815 GENBANK/U44816 GENBANK/U44817 Candida/*classification/genetics DNA, Fungal/*analysis/genetics DNA, Ribosomal/analysis/genetics Genes, Fungal Molecular Sequence Data *Mycological Typing Techniques Phylogeny RNA, Ribosomal/genetics 
Abstract:Clinically important species of Candida and related organisms were compared for extent of nucleotide divergence in the 5 end of the large-subunit (26S) ribosomal DNA (rDNA) gene. This rDNA region is sufficiently variable to allow reliable separation of all known clinically significant yeast species. Of the 204 described species examined, 21 appeared to be synonyms of previously described organisms. Phylogenetic relationships among the species are presented. 
Summary:Kurtzman,C.P.;Robnett,C.J. 1997. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 35 
Page:1216-23 
Num_:5 
ISSN:0095-1137 
Revue:1627 
Url:9114410 
Document Reference #:9600