Use Of DNA Sequencing Analysis To Confirm Fungemia Due To Trichosporon Dermatis In A Pediatric Patient

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Johnson-Pais TL, Jorgensen JH. Use of DNA sequencing analysis to confirm fungemia due to Trichosporon dermatis in a pediatric patient. J Clin Microbiol 2006;44:1175-7. 8. Fekkar A, Brun S, D Ussel M, et al. Serum cross-reactivity with Aspergillus galactoman nan and cryptococcal antigen during fa-tal disseminated Trichosporon derm atis infection.

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Pais TL, Jorgensen JH. Use of DNA sequencing analysis to confirm fungemia due to Trichosporon dermatis in a pediatric patient. J Clin Microbiol 2006;44:1175-7. 6. Sugita T, Takashima M, Nakase T, Ichikawa T, Ikeda R, Shinoda T. Two new yeasts, Trichosporon debeurmannianum sp. nov. and Trichosporon dermatis sp. nov., transferred from the Cryptococ-

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Pais TL, Jorgensen JH. Use of DNA sequencing analysis to confirm fungemia due to Trichosporon dermatis in a pediatric patient. J Clin Microbiol 2006;44:1175-7. 6. Sugita T, Takashima M, Nakase T, Ichikawa T, Ikeda R, Shinoda T. Two new yeasts, Trichosporon debeurmannianum sp. nov. and Trichosporon dermatis sp. nov., transferred from the Cryptococ-

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Use of DNA Sequencing Analysis To Confirm Fungemia Due to Trichosporon dermatis in a Pediatric Patient Shelly R. Gunn,1* Xavier T. Reveles, 2Jeanette D. Hamlington, Lee C. Sadkowski,3 Teresa L. Johnson-Pais,2 and James H. Jorgensen1 Department of Pathology1 and Department of Cellular and Structural Biology,2 University of Texas Health Science