Cokeromyces recurvatus

Co·ker·o·my·ces re·cur·va·tus

(kō'ker-ō-mī'sēz rē-kŭr-vā'tŭs)
A fungal genus in the order Mucorales; a rare cause of disease in humans, but isolation from pleural and peritoneal fluid has been reported.
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The final diagnosis of Cokeromyces recurvatus relied on molecular methods, including deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) sequencing.
Cokeromyces recurvatus is an uncommonly encountered dimorphic zygomycete in the order Mucorales that was first described in 1950.
Cokeromyces recurvatus does not form hyphal structures at body temperature; instead, only yeast forms are produced.
Cokeromyces recurvatus isolated from pleural and peritoneal fluid: case report.
Cokeromyces recurvatus as a human pathogenic fungus: case report and critical review of the published literature.
Severe diarrhea due to Cokeromyces recurvatus in a bone marrow transplant recipient.
Cokeromyces recurvatus infection in a bone marrow transplant recipient.
Cokeromyces recurvatus, a mucoraceous zygomycetes rarely isolated in clinical laboratories.
Cokeromyces recurvatus Poitras, a distinctive Zygomycete and potential pathogen: criteria for identification.