Hortaea werneckii

Hortaea werneckii

A yeast that is the causative agent of the fungal skin infection known as tinea nigra. The lesions are brown or black and occur primarily on the hands.
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Later, the osmotic adaptation of the halophilic fungus Hortaea werneckii was studied by (26) and it was found that glycerol was the major compatible solute in actively growing H.
Similar results were the halophilic melanized yeast-like fungus Hortaea werneckii (Turk et al.
Halophilic black yeast Hortaea werneckii in the Cabo Rojo solar salterns :its first record for this extreme environment in Puerto Rico.
faciei 0 0 11(4.1) Total 1(04) 6(2.2) 268(100) Table 3: Distribution of non-dermatophytic moulds n = (%) Aspegillus species 64(41.6) Candida species 56(36.4) Penicillium species 24(15.6) Mucor 7(4.6) Fusarium 1(0.6) Chrysosporium keratinophilum 1(0.6) Hortaea werneckii 1(0.6) Total 154(100)
Moreover, the fungus Hortaea werneckii has mainly been isolated in environments with salinity between 3000 and 7500 mg [L.sup.-1] (PETROVIC et al., 2002; SAHUL HAMEED et al., 2003; MEDEIROS et al., 2008) and has already been reported in water from Macrobrachium amazonicum farming (BRILHANTE et al., 2011).
Cellular responses to environmental salinity in the halophilic black yeast Hortaea werneckii. Molecular microbiology, v.45, p.
En el presente estudio solo se registro un caso de tina nigra, causada por Hortaea werneckii en una nina de 7 anos.
For instance, heterologous expression of selected Debaryomyces hansenii and Hortaea werneckii genes markedly improved the salt tolerance of Saccharomyces cerevisiae [25, 26].
La tina negra es una infeccion cronica yasintomatica del estrato corneo causada por la levadura dematiacea Hortaea werneckii. En ocasiones puede afectar a los dedos de la mano y a la cara, siempre en zonas sin pelo.
Tinea nigra is a superficial mycosis seen in tropical areas, caused by the fungus Hortaea werneckii. It produces a light brown pigmentation on acral areas, usually with a small diameter, and with a reticulated pattern on dermatoscopy.
El agente causal es la levadura negra Hortaea werneckii (sin.