Unraveling lipid metabolism in lipid-dependent pathogenic Malassezia yeasts

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Celis Ramirez, A.M.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Utrecht University
  • Subject: lipidomic | Malassezia | metabolic reconstruction | genome sequencing | genetic transformation | lipid droplets
    mesheuropmc: integumentary system

Malassezia yeasts are lipid-dependent fungal species that are common members of the human and animal skin microbiota. The lipid-dependency is a crucial trait in the adaptation process to grow on the skin but also plays a role in their pathogenic life style. Malassezia s... View more
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