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Studies on the Phylogenesis of Pathogenic “Black Yeasts”

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Title
Studies on the Phylogenesis of Pathogenic “Black Yeasts”
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Japanese Journal of Medical Mycology, January 1982
DOI 10.3314/jjmm1960.23.122
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Kazuko Nishimura

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#17,286,645
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#82
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