Malassezia sympodialis ATCC 42132 (GCA_000349305) (ASM34930v2)

About Malassezia sympodialis ATCC 42132 (GCA_000349305)

Wikipedia

Malassezia sympodialis is a species in the genus Malassezia. It is characterized by a pronounced lipophily, unilateral, percurrent or sympodial budding and an irregular, corrugated cell wall ultrastructure. It is one of the most common species found on the skin of healthy and diseased individuals. It is considered to be part of the skin's normal human microbiota and begins to colonize the skin of humans shortly after birth. Malassezia sympodialis, often has a symbiotic or commensal relationship with its host, but it can act as a pathogen causing a number of different skin diseases, such as atopic dermatitis.

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Taxonomy ID 1230383

Data source European Nucleotide Archive

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