Candida dubliniensis CD36 (ASM2694v1)


About Candida dubliniensis CD36 (GCA_000026945)

Candida dubliniensis is a fungal opportunistic pathogen originally isolated from AIDS patients. It is also occasionally isolated from immunocompetent individuals. It is a dimorphic yeast of the genus Candida, very closely related to Candida albicans but forming a distinct phylogenetic cluster in DNA fingerprinting. It is most commonly isolated from oral cavities, and is also occasionally found in other anatomical sites.

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Taxonomy ID 573826

Data source Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

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Genome assembly: ASM2694v1

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