In vitro antifungal susceptibility and molecular characterization of clinical isolates of Fusarium verticillioides (F-moniliforme) and Fusarium thapsinum

  • Azor M
  • Gene J
  • Cano J
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Abstract

A microdilution method was used to test 11 antifungal drugs against clinical isolates of Fusarium thapsinum and three different phylogenetic clades of Fusarium verticillioides that were characterized by sequencing a region of the P-tubulin gene. Terbinafine was the most-active drug against both species, followed by posaconazole against F. verticillioides.

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  • FUJIKUROI SPECIES COMPLEX
  • INFECTIONS

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Authors

  • M Azor

  • J Gene

  • J Cano

  • D A Sutton

  • A W Fothergill

  • M G Rinaldi

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