Conidiobolus coronatus NRRL 28638 (GCA_001566745) (Conidiobolus_coronatus_NRRL28638)

About Conidiobolus coronatus NRRL 28638 (GCA_001566745)

Wikipedia

Conidiobolus coronatus is a saprotrophic fungus, first described by Costantin in 1897 as Boudierella coronata. Though this fungus has also been known by the name Entomophthora coronata, the correct name is Conidiobolus coronatus. C. coronatus is able to infect humans, and animals, and the first human infection with C. coronatus was reported in Jamaica in 1965.

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Taxonomy ID 796925

Data source European Nucleotide Archive

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Gene annotation

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