Torulopsis glabrata

Torulopsis glabrata

A yeast-like saprobic fungus, with features of Candida and Cryptococcus, which may rarely cause opportunistic infections in immunocompromised hosts Clinical Spiking fever, hypotension, UTI, fungemia

Torulopsis glabrata

(tor″ū-lŏp′sis glă-brăt′ă)
The former name for the fungus now known as Candida glabrata.
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There are more than 200 species [1] of candida, but the following are considered to be important pathogens for humans: Candida albicans, Candida tropicalis, Candida krusei, Candida guilliermondii, Candida glabrata (Now classified as Torulopsis glabrata) and Candida parapsilosis.
Parapasilosis, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Trichosporn, Cryptococus albidus, Torulopsis glabrata and Rhodotorula mucilaginosa.
Comparison of restriction enzyme analysis versus pulsed-field gradient gel electrophoresis as a typing system for Torulopsis glabrata and Candida species other than C.
We searched Medline, PubMed, and Google Scholar for case reports and case series in the English literature that were published till December 2016, using the terms "chorioamnionitis," "intra-amniotic infection," "Candida species," "Candida albicans," "Candida glabrata," "Torulopsis glabrata," and "congenital candidiasis".
Discriminate analysis of cellular fatty acids of Candida species, Torulopsis glabrata and Cryptococcus neoformans determined by gas-liquid chromatography.
Fungemia caused by Candida species and Torulopsis glabrata in the hospitalized patient: frequency, characteristics, and evaluation of factors influencing outcome.
(1981) Structural analysis of mannans from Candida albicans serotypes A and B and from Torulopsis glabrata by methylation gas chromatography mass spectrometry and exo-amannanase.
Treatment of Torulopsis glabrata vaginitis: retrospective review of boric acid therapy.
tropicalis (yeasts and pseudomycelia), and Torulopsis glabrata (yeasts only).
Indeed, Candida glabrata (also known as Torulopsis glabrata) and Candida tropicalis are showing up increasingly in vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC), according to an article by Dr.