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Virus Isolation from the First Patient with SARS-CoV-2 in Korea

Park WB, Kwon NJ, Choi SJ, Kang CK, Choe PG, Kim JY, Yun J, Lee GW, Seong MW, Kim NJ, Seo JS, Oh MD

Novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) is found to cause a large outbreak started from Wuhan since December 2019 in China and SARS-CoV-2 infections have been reported with epidemiological linkage to China in...
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Two New Species and a New Chinese Record of Hypocreaceae as Evidenced by Morphological and Molecular Data

Zeng ZQ, Zhuang WY

To explore species diversity of Hypocreaceae, collections from Guangdong, Hubei, and Tibet of China were examined and two new species and a new Chinese record were discovered. Morphological characteristics and...
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Sulzbacheromyces sinensis, an Unexpected Basidiolichen, was Newly Discovered from Korean Peninsula and Philippines, with a Phylogenetic Reconstruction of Genus Sulzbacheromyces

Liu D, Yu Wang X, Wang LS, Maekawa N, Hur JS

Most of lichens are formed by Ascomycota, less than 1% are lichenized Basidiomycota. The flora investigation of lichenized Ascomycota of South Korea has been well studied in the past three...
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Three Unrecorded Species Belonging to Penicillium Section Sclerotiora from Marine Environments in Korea

Park MS, Chung D, Baek K, Lim YW

Species that belong to Penicillium section Sclerotiora are commonly found in various terrestrial environments, but only a few have been reported in marine environments. Because the number of Penicillium species...
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Two New Corticolous Buellioid Species from South Korea

Liu D, Kondratyuk SY, Lőkös L, Halda JP, Jeong MH, Park JS, Woo JJ, Hur JS

Several buellioid specimens were collected from South Korea during field surveys and two new species are described based on morphology, chemistry, and molecular phylogeny. Buellia boseongensis sp. nov. is similar...
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Morphological and Molecular Identification of Stellantchasmus dermogenysi n. sp. (Digenea: Heterophyidae) in Thailand

Wongsawad , Nantarat N, Wongsawad , Butboonchoo P, Chai JY

We tried a series of morphological and molecular approaches to identify a new species of Stellantchasmus (Digenea: Heterophyidae) originating from the wrestling half-beaked fish, Dermogenys pusillus of Thailand. Adult worm...
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An Norovirus Outbreak at a Local Festival in Chungnam Korea

Lee H, Kim D, Park S, Park J, Nam HS, Choi J, Park J

Noroviruses (NoV) are the major viral pathogen causing epidemic acute gastroenteritis and outbreaks of foodborne and waterborne illness. During the local festival in Chungnam province, group food poisoning occurred outbreak...
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Sinuolinea capsularis (Myxosporea: Sinuolineidae) Isolated from Urinary Bladder of Cultured Olive Flounder Paralichthys olivaceus

Shin SP, Jin CN, Sohn HC, Lee J

Sinuolinea capsularis Davis, 1917 is myxosporean that infect the urinary system of the host fish. Insufficient morphological and molecular data of S. capsularis exits, and it is therefore difficult to...
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Genetic Diversity of the Pear Scab Fungus Venturia nashicola in Korea

Choi ED, Kim GH, Park SY, Song JH, Lee YS, Jung JS, Koh YJ

Scab disease caused by Venturia nashicola is of agroeconomic importance in cultivation of Asian pear. However, little is known about the degree of genetic diversity in the populations of this...
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Two New Species of the Genus Candelariella from China and Korea

Liu D, Wang L, Wang XY, Hur JS

Candelariella is a widespread lineage of lichenized ascomycetes with ambiguous relationships among species that have not solved completely. In this study, several specimens belonging to Candelariella were collected from China...
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Molecular and Morphological Confirmation of Three Undescribed Species of Mortierella from Korea

Nguyen TT, Park SW, Pangging M, Lee HB

Three fungal isolates designated as CNUFC-YR329-1, CNUFC-PTS103-1, and CNUFC-PTS2-1 were discovered during a survey of fungal diversity of the order Mortierellales from freshwater and pine tree rhizosphere soil samples in...
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Characterization of Three Species of Sordariomycetes Isolated from Freshwater and Soil Samples in Korea

Lee SH, Park HS, Nguyen TT, Lee HB

During a survey of fungal diversity in the class Sordariomycetes, 3 fungal strains, CNUFC-KMHY6-1, CNUFC-MSW24-2-11, and CNUFC-GW2S-4 were isolated from soil and freshwater samples, respectively in Korea. The strains were...
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Evolutionary relationship analysis of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus 4a and 4b protein coding sequences

Kim JI, Park S, Bae JY, Park MS

The 4a and 4b proteins of the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) have been described for their antagonism on host innate immunity. However, unlike clustering patterns of the complete...
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Molecular Detection of Coxiella burnetii in Cattle on Ulleung Island, Korea: A Population-based Study with Four Years of Follow Up

Seo MG, Kwon OD, Kwak D

In a population-based study with 4 years of follow up, we evaluated the prevalence of Coxiella burnetii in cattle on Ulleung Island, Korea. In this study, the rates of C....
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Anaplasma marginale and A. platys Characterized from Dairy and Indigenous Cattle and Dogs in Northern Vietnam

Chien NT, Nguyen TL, Bui KL, Van Nguyen T, Le TH

Anaplasma marginale and A. platys were detected and characterized (16S rDNA sequence analysis) from dairy and indigenous cattle, and the latter in domestic dogs in Vietnam. A phylogenetic tree was...
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Macrofungal Survey of the Tian Shan Mountains, Kyrgyzstan

Cho SE, Jo JW, Kim NK, Kwag YN, Han SK, Chang KS, Oh SH, Kim CS

The Tian Shan mountain system is one of the large mountain ranges located in Central Asia. This region is globally recognized as mountain ranges, offering inestimable wealth in fauna and...
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High-quality draft genome and characterization of commercially potent probiotic Lactobacillus strains

Sulthana A, Lakshmi SG, Madempudi

Lactobacillus acidophilus UBLA-34, L. paracasei UBLPC-35, L. plantarum UBLP-40, and L. reuteri UBLRU-87 were isolated from different varieties of fermented foods. To determine the probiotic safety at the strain level,...
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Recent advances in Bayesian inference of isolation-with-migration models

Chung Y

Isolation-with-migration (IM) models have become popular for explaining population divergence in the presence of migrations. Bayesian methods are commonly used to estimate IM models, but they are limited to small...
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Molecular Detection and Subtyping of Blastocystis in Korean Pigs

Paik S, Jung BY, Lee H, Hwang MH, Han JE, Rhee MH, Kim TH, Kwon OD, Kwak D

Blastocystis is one of the most commonly detected genera of protozoan parasites in the human intestines as well as the intestines of many other species such as pigs in several...
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Isolation and Characterization of Two Rare Mucoralean Species with Specific Habitats

Lee SH, Nguyen TT, Lee HB

The order Mucorales, the largest in number of species within the Mucoromycotina, comprises typically fast-growing saprotrophic fungi. During a study of the fungal diversity of undiscovered taxa in Korea, two...
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