Cunninghamella elegans

Cun·ning·ham·el·la el·e·gans

(kŭn'ing-ha-mel'ă el'ĕ-ganz),
One of several species of fungi that can cause mucormycosis in humans.
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Biotransformation of chlorpromazine and methdilazine by Cunninghamella elegans.
1998) y Cunninghamella elegans (Crawford y Gupta, 1990).
Crawford y Gupta (1990) reportaron la remocion del 97,3% del azufre presente en 90 ppm de DBT iniciales, mediante el uso de Cunninghamella elegans en un lapso de 24 horas; similarmente, Omori et al.
The fungus that has shown most promise is Cunninghamella elegans, which has proven itself to be one of the best in metabolizing drugs the way mammals do.