Candida silvae sp.n., a yeast isolated from humans and horses
A new yeast,Candida silvae sp.n., isolated from humans and horses is described. The new species has some important properties in common withCandida norvegensis andTorulopsis inconspicua, but its assimilation pattern and maximum temperature for growth are different.
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