Emmonsia parva UAMH 139 (ASM101475v1)

About Emmonsia parva UAMH 139

Wikipedia

Emmonsia parva (formerly Chrysosporium parvum) is a filamentous, saprotrophic fungus and one of three species within the genus Emmonsia. The fungus is most known for its causal association with the lung disease, adiaspiromycosis which occurs most commonly in small mammals but is also seen in humans. The disease was first described from rodents in Arizona, and the first human case was reported in France in 1964. Since then, the disease has been reported from Honduras, Brazil, the Czech Republic, Russia, the United States of America and Guatemala. Infections in general are quite rare, especially in humans.

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Taxonomy ID 1246674

Data source European Nucleotide Archive

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Gene annotation

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