New clonal strain of Candida auris, Delhi, India

Emerging Infectious Diseases
A ChowdharyJ F Meis

Abstract

A new clonal strain of Candida auris is an emerging etiologic agent of fungemia in Delhi, India. In 12 patients in 2 hospitals, it was resistant to fluconazole and genotypically distinct from isolates from South Korea and Japan, as revealed by M13 and amplified fragment length polymorphism typing.

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BETA
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ISA

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UPGMA

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