Diversity and Abundance of Human Pathogenic Fungi in Opportunistic Patients

Authors

  • Varsha Aglawe Department of Zoology and Biotechnology, Government Autonomous Science College, Jabalpur, India
  • Harsha Sontakke Government PG College, Pandhurna, India
  • Jitendra Nawange Centre for Medical Mycology Fungal Disease and Diagnostic Research Centre, Jabalpur, India

Keywords:

Biodiversity, compromised, investigation, opportunistic, pathogenic

Abstract

Pathogenic fungi are a growing health concern worldwide, due to the opportunistic nature. Fungi are everywhere. There are millions of different fungal species on earth. Fungal diseases are often caused by fungi that are common in environment. Mycotic infections have become very frequent in recent years. Normally mycosis occurs in compromised individuals. The aim of the study is to determine the fungal biodiversity causing diseases in patients. In present investigation 111 patients were screened for the presence of the fungal infections and 27 different species of fungi were isolated from various clinical samples.

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25-07-2021

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V. Aglawe, H. Sontakke, and J. Nawange, “Diversity and Abundance of Human Pathogenic Fungi in Opportunistic Patients”, IJRAMT, vol. 2, no. 7, pp. 206–208, Jul. 2021.

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