MALASSEZIA SPECIES TAXONOMY RECENT ADVANCES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR SKIN DISEASES

RANIA AHMED IBRAHIM


Abstract


T he genus Malassezia is identified as a group of superficial dimorphic, lipophilic unipolar yeasts, occurring as normal skin flora on the human body. However, they may be pathogenic under certain conditions. For decades the genus Malassezia remained limi


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Other Titles التصنيف الحديث لأنواع الملاسيزية ودورها فى الأمراض الجلدية
Keywords MALASSEZIA SPECIES TAXONOMY RECENT ADVANCES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR SKIN DISEASES
Issue Date 2009
Description T he genus Malassezia is identified as a group of superficial dimorphic, lipophilic unipolar yeasts, occurring as normal skin flora on the human body. However, they may be pathogenic under certain conditions. For decades the genus Malassezia remained limi
URI http://hdl.handle.net/987654321/11060
http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/987654321/11060


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