Candida viswanathii

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Candida viswanathii
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C. viswanathii
Binomial name
Candida viswanathii
Sandu & H.S. Randhawa, 1962[1]
Synonyms

Candida lodderae

Candida viswanathii is a species of yeast in the genus Candida. It is named after the noted Indian pulmonologist, Raman Viswanthan.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sandu & H.S. Randhawa, Mycopathologia 18: 179 (1962)
  2. ^ H.S. Randhawa; S. K. Mishra; V. N. Damodaran; A. Prakash; A. Chowdhary; Z. U. Khan (October 2015). "Pathogenicity of Candida viswanathii for normal and cortisone-treated mice". Journal de Mycologie Médicale. doi:10.1016/j.mycmed.2015.10.010.