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Malassezia globosa

Fungus associated with some skin disorders, including pityriasis versicolor

Lineage: Eukaryota[1172]; Fungi[437]; Dikarya[381]; Basidiomycota[85]; Ustilaginomycotina[13]; Malasseziomycetes[3]; Malasseziales[3]; Malasseziaceae[3]; Malassezia[3]; Malassezia globosa[1]
Members of the genus Malassezia (formerly Pityrosporum) are lipophilic or lipid-dependent yeasts that are part of the normal cutaneous microflora. Considered opportunistic pathogens, they can cause systemic infection in neonates and are associated with multiple human skin disorders, including pityriasis versicolor (PV), psoriasis, atopic More...

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