saccharomycetales

Summary

Summary: An order of fungi in the phylum Ascomycota that multiply by budding. They include the telomorphic ascomycetous yeasts which are found in a very wide range of habitats.

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  1. Suh S, Blackwell M, Kurtzman C, Lachance M. Phylogenetics of Saccharomycetales, the ascomycete yeasts. Mycologia. 2006;98:1006-17 pubmed
    Ascomycete yeasts (phylum Ascomycota: subphylum Saccharomycotina: class Saccharomycetes: order Saccharomycetales) comprise a monophyletic lineage with a single order of about 1000 known species...
  2. Duffy M. Selective predation, parasitism, and trophic cascades in a bluegill-Daphnia-parasite system. Oecologia. 2007;153:453-60 pubmed
    ..Overall, these results suggest that selective predation does not always reduce infection prevalence, and that parasites have the potential to drastically reduce host densities even in the presence of selective predators...
  3. Bi E, Park H. Cell polarization and cytokinesis in budding yeast. Genetics. 2012;191:347-87 pubmed publisher
    ..In this chapter, we discuss the mechanics and spatial control of polarity development and cytokinesis, emphasizing the key concepts, mechanisms, and emerging questions in the field...
  4. Burch L, Yang Y, Sterling J, Roberts S, Chao F, Xu H, et al. Damage-induced localized hypermutability. Cell Cycle. 2011;10:1073-85 pubmed
    ..High multiplicity and density of mutations suggest that this novel form of genome instability may play significant roles in generating new alleles for evolutionary selection as well as in the incidence of cancer and genetic disease...
  5. Hughes S, Gibbons W, Bang S, Pinkelman R, Bischoff K, Slininger P, et al. Random UV-C mutagenesis of Scheffersomyces (formerly Pichia) stipitis NRRL Y-7124 to improve anaerobic growth on lignocellulosic sugars. J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol. 2012;39:163-73 pubmed publisher
    ..The S. stipitis strains resulting from this intense multigene mutagenesis strategy have potential application in industrial fuel ethanol production from lignocellulosic hydrolysates...
  6. Cruz J, Westhof E. Identification and annotation of noncoding RNAs in Saccharomycotina. C R Biol. 2011;334:671-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The results show the feasibility of automatic search for ncRNAs in full genomes and the utility of such approaches in large multi-genome sequencing and annotation projects...
  7. Wloka C, Nishihama R, Onishi M, Oh Y, Hanna J, Pringle J, et al. Evidence that a septin diffusion barrier is dispensable for cytokinesis in budding yeast. Biol Chem. 2011;392:813-29 pubmed publisher
  8. Breus N, Ryazanova L, Dmitriev V, Kulakovskaya T, Kulaev I. Accumulation of phosphate and polyphosphate by Cryptococcus humicola and Saccharomyces cerevisiae in the absence of nitrogen. FEMS Yeast Res. 2012;12:617-24 pubmed publisher
    ..Among the yeast species tested, Cryptococcus humicola is a new promising model organisms to study phosphorus removal from the media and biomineralization in microbial cells...
  9. Liu X, Kaas R, Jensen P, Workman M. Draft genome sequence of the yeast Pachysolen tannophilus CBS 4044/NRRL Y-2460. Eukaryot Cell. 2012;11:827 pubmed publisher
    ..The sequenced genome size was 12,238,196 bp, consisting of 34 scaffolds. A total of 4,463 genes from 5,346 predicted open reading frames were annotated with function...

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  1. McMurray M, Stefan C, Wemmer M, Odorizzi G, Emr S, Thorner J. Genetic interactions with mutations affecting septin assembly reveal ESCRT functions in budding yeast cytokinesis. Biol Chem. 2011;392:699-712 pubmed publisher
  2. Piskur J, Ling Z, Marcet Houben M, Ishchuk O, Aerts A, LaButti K, et al. The genome of wine yeast Dekkera bruxellensis provides a tool to explore its food-related properties. Int J Food Microbiol. 2012;157:202-9 pubmed publisher
    ..cerevisiae lineage. However, D. bruxellensis has several independently duplicated ADH and ADH-like genes, which are likely responsible for metabolism of alcohols, including ethanol, and also a range of aromatic compounds...
  3. Mendes Pinto I, Rubinstein B, Kucharavy A, Unruh J, Li R. Actin depolymerization drives actomyosin ring contraction during budding yeast cytokinesis. Dev Cell. 2012;22:1247-60 pubmed publisher
    ..elegans embryonic cells. This prediction was validated in yeast cells of different sizes due to different ploidies...
  4. Kurtzman C. A new methanol assimilating yeast, Ogataea parapolymorpha, the ascosporic state of Candida parapolymorpha. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek. 2011;100:455-62 pubmed publisher
    ..parapolymorpha is predominantly associated with insect frass from trees in the eastern USA but O. polymorpha has been isolated from various substrates in the USA, Brazil, Spain and Costa Rica...
  5. Keene J. RNA regulons: coordination of post-transcriptional events. Nat Rev Genet. 2007;8:533-43 pubmed
    ..I close by considering the evolutionary wiring and rewiring of these combinatorial post-transcriptional gene-expression networks. ..
  6. Cadete R, Santos R, Melo M, Mouro A, Gonçalves D, Stambuk B, et al. Spathaspora arborariae sp. nov., a d-xylose-fermenting yeast species isolated from rotting wood in Brazil. FEMS Yeast Res. 2009;9:1338-42 pubmed publisher
    ..Similar to S. passalidarum, the new species produces unconjugated asci with a single greatly elongated ascospore with curved ends. The type strain of Spathaspora arborariae sp. nov. is UFMG-HM19.1A(T) (=CBS11463(T)=NRRL Y-48658(T)). ..
  7. Farabaugh P, Kramer E, Vallabhaneni H, Raman A. Evolution of +1 programmed frameshifting signals and frameshift-regulating tRNAs in the order Saccharomycetales. J Mol Evol. 2006;63:545-61 pubmed
    ..The stability of the coevolution of protein coding genes and tRNAs suggests that frameshifting has been selected for during the divergence of these species. ..
  8. Tanaka S, Umemori T, Hirai K, Muramatsu S, Kamimura Y, Araki H. CDK-dependent phosphorylation of Sld2 and Sld3 initiates DNA replication in budding yeast. Nature. 2007;445:328-32 pubmed
  9. MacQueen A, Roeder G. Fpr3 and Zip3 ensure that initiation of meiotic recombination precedes chromosome synapsis in budding yeast. Curr Biol. 2009;19:1519-26 pubmed publisher
    ..These data suggest a role for centromeres in coordinating major meiotic chromosomal events and draw an interesting parallel between yeast centromeres and C. elegans pairing centers. ..
  10. Suh S, ZHOU J. Methylotrophic yeasts near Ogataea (Hansenula) polymorpha: a proposal of Ogataea angusta comb. nov. and Candida parapolymorpha sp. nov. FEMS Yeast Res. 2010;10:631-8 pubmed publisher
    ..nov. (ATCC 14755(T)=CBS 7073(T)=NRRL Y-2214(T)) and Candida parapolymorpha sp. nov. (ATCC 26012(T)=NRRL Y-7560(T)), and conclude that O. thermophila is a synonym of O. polymorpha. ..
  11. Souciet J, Dujon B, Gaillardin C, Johnston M, Baret P, Cliften P, et al. Comparative genomics of protoploid Saccharomycetaceae. Genome Res. 2009;19:1696-709 pubmed publisher
    ..Ancient, conserved paralogs as well as novel, lineage-specific paralogs were identified...
  12. Mocciaro A, Schiebel E. Cdc14: a highly conserved family of phosphatases with non-conserved functions?. J Cell Sci. 2010;123:2867-76 pubmed publisher
    ..In this Commentary, we critically review the available data on the functions of yeast and vertebrate Cdc14 phosphatases, and discuss whether they indeed share common functions as generally assumed...
  13. Ribeiro O, Wiebe M, Ilmén M, Domingues L, Penttila M. Expression of Trichoderma reesei cellulases CBHI and EGI in Ashbya gossypii. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2010;87:1437-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Partial characterization of CBHI and EGI expressed in A. gossypii revealed overglycosylation when compared with the native T. reesei proteins, but the glycosylation was less extensive than on cellulases expressed in S. cerevisiae...
  14. Wu Y, Zhang X, Yu J, Ouyang Q. Identification of a topological characteristic responsible for the biological robustness of regulatory networks. PLoS Comput Biol. 2009;5:e1000442 pubmed publisher
    ..Our work suggests a novel connection between the topological feature and the dynamic property of biological regulatory networks...
  15. Meitinger F, Petrova B, Lombardi I, Bertazzi D, Hub B, Zentgraf H, et al. Targeted localization of Inn1, Cyk3 and Chs2 by the mitotic-exit network regulates cytokinesis in budding yeast. J Cell Sci. 2010;123:1851-61 pubmed publisher
    ..This defect was partially suppressed by increased levels of Cyk3. We therefore propose that the MEN directly controls cytokinesis via targeting of Inn1, Cyk3 and Chs2 to the bud neck...
  16. Siller K, Doe C. Spindle orientation during asymmetric cell division. Nat Cell Biol. 2009;11:365-74 pubmed publisher
  17. Kurtzman C, Robnett C. Systematics of methanol assimilating yeasts and neighboring taxa from multigene sequence analysis and the proposal of Peterozyma gen. nov., a new member of the Saccharomycetales. FEMS Yeast Res. 2010;10:353-61 pubmed publisher
    ..Ogataea and neighboring taxa (Phylum Ascomycota, Subphylum Saccharomycotina, Class Saccharomycetes, Order Saccharomycetales) was determined from phylogenetic analyses of gene sequences for nuclear large and small subunit (SSU) rRNAs,..
  18. Kumar S, Gummadi S. Metabolism of glucose and xylose as single and mixed feed in Debaryomyces nepalensis NCYC 3413: production of industrially important metabolites. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2011;89:1405-15 pubmed publisher
    ..To our knowledge, this is the first study to elaborate the glucose and xylose metabolic pathway in this yeast strain...
  19. Kurtzman C, Albertyn J, Basehoar Powers E. Multigene phylogenetic analysis of the Lipomycetaceae and the proposed transfer of Zygozyma species to Lipomyces and Babjevia anomala to Dipodascopsis. FEMS Yeast Res. 2007;7:1027-34 pubmed
    ..The proposed changes will result in the Lipomycetaceae having two ascosporic genera, Lipomyces and Dipodascopsis, and the anamorphic genus Myxozyma...
  20. Egelhofer T, Villen J, McCusker D, Gygi S, Kellogg D. The septins function in G1 pathways that influence the pattern of cell growth in budding yeast. PLoS ONE. 2008;3:e2022 pubmed publisher
    ..Phosphorylation of Shs1 by G1 cyclin-dependent kinases plays a role in events that influence Cdk1 inhibitory phosphorylation...
  21. Dib I, Stanzer D, Nidetzky B. Trigonopsis variabilis D-amino acid oxidase: control of protein quality and opportunities for biocatalysis through production in Escherichia coli. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2007;73:331-3 pubmed
    ..The purified oxidase lacks the microheterogeneity of the natural enzyme. Oriented immobilization of a chimeric oxidase maintains 80% of the original activity in microparticle-bound enzymes...
  22. Grishchuk E, Efremov A, Volkov V, Spiridonov I, Gudimchuk N, Westermann S, et al. The Dam1 ring binds microtubules strongly enough to be a processive as well as energy-efficient coupler for chromosome motion. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:15423-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Comparison of the forces generated against wild-type and mutant complexes confirms the importance of tight Dam1-MT association for processive cargo movement under load...
  23. Schneider J, Blom J, Jaenicke S, Linke B, Brinkrolf K, Neuweger H, et al. RAPYD--rapid annotation platform for yeast data. J Biotechnol. 2011;155:118-26 pubmed publisher
    ..An in-depth application example of the yeast Meyerozyma guilliermondii illustrates the functionality of RAPYD. A user-friendly web interface is available at https://rapyd.cebitec.uni-bielefeld.de...
  24. van de Weerdt B, Medema R. Polo-like kinases: a team in control of the division. Cell Cycle. 2006;5:853-64 pubmed
    ..In this review, we will focus our attention on human Plk1 and its family members Plk2-4 and the many roles they play during mitosis. Furthermore, we will describe the currently knowledge of the regulation of these functions...
  25. Lister I, Tolliday N, Li R. Characterization of the minimum domain required for targeting budding yeast myosin II to the site of cell division. BMC Biol. 2006;4:19 pubmed
    ..Unlike most other class II myosins, the tail of Myo1 has an irregular coiled coil. In this report we use molecular genetics, biochemistry and live cell imaging to characterize the minimum localisation domain (MLD) of budding yeast Myo1...
  26. Börner G, Barot A, Kleckner N. Yeast Pch2 promotes domainal axis organization, timely recombination progression, and arrest of defective recombinosomes during meiosis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008;105:3327-32 pubmed publisher
    ..We further propose that regulatory surveillance of normal and abnormal interchromosomal interactions in mitotic and meiotic cells may involve "structure-dependent interchromosomal interaction" (SDIX) checkpoints...
  27. Baxter J, Diffley J. Topoisomerase II inactivation prevents the completion of DNA replication in budding yeast. Mol Cell. 2008;30:790-802 pubmed publisher
  28. Bloom J, Cross F. Multiple levels of cyclin specificity in cell-cycle control. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol. 2007;8:149-60 pubmed
  29. McCusker D, Denison C, Anderson S, Egelhofer T, Yates J, Gygi S, et al. Cdk1 coordinates cell-surface growth with the cell cycle. Nat Cell Biol. 2007;9:506-15 pubmed
    ..A mutant form of a Cdc24-associated protein that fails to undergo Cdk1-dependent phosphorylation causes defects in bud growth. These results provide a direct link between Cdk1 activity and the control of polarized cell growth...
  30. Kaizu K, Ghosh S, Matsuoka Y, Moriya H, Shimizu Yoshida Y, Kitano H. A comprehensive molecular interaction map of the budding yeast cell cycle. Mol Syst Biol. 2010;6:415 pubmed publisher
    ..We envisage the open access, comprehensive cell-cycle map to open roads toward community-based deeper understanding of cell-cycle dynamics...
  31. Nahalka J, Dib I, Nidetzky B. Encapsulation of Trigonopsis variabilis D-amino acid oxidase and fast comparison of the operational stabilities of free and immobilized preparations of the enzyme. Biotechnol Bioeng. 2008;99:251-60 pubmed
    ..The soluble oxidase was stabilized by added FAD only at temperatures of 35 degrees C or greater...
  32. Lacefield S, Murray A. The spindle checkpoint rescues the meiotic segregation of chromosomes whose crossovers are far from the centromere. Nat Genet. 2007;39:1273-7 pubmed
    ..The tether partially rescues the segregation of chromosomes that lack crossovers...
  33. Hooker G, Roeder G. A Role for SUMO in meiotic chromosome synapsis. Curr Biol. 2006;16:1238-43 pubmed
    ..The ubc9 mutant phenotype provides the first evidence for a cause-and-effect relationship between sumoylation and synapsis...
  34. Kurtzman C, Robnett C, Basehoar Powers E. Phylogenetic relationships among species of Pichia, Issatchenkia and Williopsis determined from multigene sequence analysis, and the proposal of Barnettozyma gen. nov., Lindnera gen. nov. and Wickerhamomyces gen. nov. FEMS Yeast Res. 2008;8:939-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Lineages previously classified as varieties of Pichia kluyveri, 'Issatchenkia'scutulata, Starmera amethionina and 'Williopsis'saturnus are elevated to species rank based on sequence comparisons...
  35. Tsubouchi T, MacQueen A, Roeder G. Initiation of meiotic chromosome synapsis at centromeres in budding yeast. Genes Dev. 2008;22:3217-26 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data provide evidence for two classes of synapsis initiation events that differ in location, timing, genetic requirements, and relationship to meiotic recombination...
  36. Lu Y, Mahony S, Benos P, Rosenfeld R, Simon I, Breeden L, et al. Combined analysis reveals a core set of cycling genes. Genome Biol. 2007;8:R146 pubmed
    ..Combining and comparing data from multiple species is challenging because of noise in expression data, the different synchronization and scoring methods used, and the need to determine an accurate set of homologs...
  37. Sutani T, Kawaguchi T, Kanno R, Itoh T, Shirahige K. Budding yeast Wpl1(Rad61)-Pds5 complex counteracts sister chromatid cohesion-establishing reaction. Curr Biol. 2009;19:492-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, the presented data suggest that Wpl1-Pds5 complex is inhibitory for cohesion establishment and that Eco1 establishes cohesion by hindering the function of Wpl1-Pds5 temporally in S phase...
  38. Grandin N, Charbonneau M. Telomerase- and Rad52-independent immortalization of budding yeast by an inherited-long-telomere pathway of telomeric repeat amplification. Mol Cell Biol. 2009;29:965-85 pubmed publisher
    ..Possible mechanisms for this Rad52-independent pathway of telomeric repeat amplification are discussed. The effects of inherited long telomeres on Rad52-dependent recombination are also reported...
  39. Kaizu K, Moriya H, Kitano H. Fragilities caused by dosage imbalance in regulation of the budding yeast cell cycle. PLoS Genet. 2010;6:e1000919 pubmed publisher
    ..The masking function of CLB2 was stabilization of Pds1 by its phosphorylation. We finally modified Chen's model according to our findings. We thus propose that dosage imbalance causes fragility in biological systems...
  40. Ito T, Miura F, Onda M. Unexpected complexity of the budding yeast transcriptome. IUBMB Life. 2008;60:775-81 pubmed publisher
    ..The budding yeast may serve as an excellent model to study pervasive transcription and noncoding RNAs...
  41. Fauré A, Naldi A, Lopez F, Chaouiya C, Ciliberto A, Thieffry D. Modular logical modelling of the budding yeast cell cycle. Mol Biosyst. 2009;5:1787-96 pubmed publisher
    ..The resulting logical model preserves all relevant characteristics of the original modules, while enabling the simulation of more sophisticated experiments...
  42. Kurtzman C. Biotechnological strains of Komagataella (Pichia) pastoris are Komagataella phaffii as determined from multigene sequence analysis. J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol. 2009;36:1435-8 pubmed publisher
    ..pastoris was determined from multigene sequence analyses. Results from this study show that the strain of 'Pichia pastoris' commonly used in gene expression studies is actually K. phaffii...
  43. Tanaka K, Kitamura E, Tanaka T. Live-cell analysis of kinetochore-microtubule interaction in budding yeast. Methods. 2010;51:206-13 pubmed publisher
    ..We discuss practical considerations for applying our system to live cell imaging using fluorescence microscopy...
  44. Breuer U, Harms H. Debaryomyces hansenii--an extremophilic yeast with biotechnological potential. Yeast. 2006;23:415-37 pubmed
    ..To this end, we give a broad overview of extant biotechnological procedures using D. hansenii, e.g. in the manufacture of various foods, and propose research into the heterologous synthesis of a range of fine chemicals...
  45. Charvin G, Cross F, Siggia E. Forced periodic expression of G1 cyclins phase-locks the budding yeast cell cycle. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009;106:6632-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results provide quantitative insight into how cell size is integrated with the cell cycle oscillator...
  46. Greenall A, Lei G, Swan D, James K, Wang L, Peters H, et al. A genome wide analysis of the response to uncapped telomeres in budding yeast reveals a novel role for the NAD+ biosynthetic gene BNA2 in chromosome end protection. Genome Biol. 2008;9:R146 pubmed publisher
    ..In order to better understand the eukaryotic response to telomere damage, budding yeast strains harboring a temperature sensitive allele of an essential telomere capping gene (cdc13-1) were subjected to a transcriptomic study...
  47. Drinnenberg I, Weinberg D, Xie K, Mower J, Wolfe K, Fink G, et al. RNAi in budding yeast. Science. 2009;326:544-550 pubmed publisher
    ..These results identify a previously unknown class of Dicer proteins, bring the tool of RNAi to the study of budding yeasts, and bring the tools of budding yeast to the study of RNAi...
  48. D Ambrosio C, Schmidt C, Katou Y, Kelly G, Itoh T, Shirahige K, et al. Identification of cis-acting sites for condensin loading onto budding yeast chromosomes. Genes Dev. 2008;22:2215-27 pubmed publisher
    ..This reveals that TFIIIC-binding sites, including tRNA genes, constitute a hitherto unknown chromosomal feature with important implications for chromosome architecture during both interphase and mitosis...
  49. Kurtzman C, Robnett C. Multigene phylogenetic analysis of the Trichomonascus, Wickerhamiella and Zygoascus yeast clades, and the proposal of Sugiyamaella gen. nov. and 14 new species combinations. FEMS Yeast Res. 2007;7:141-51 pubmed
    ..From the foregoing gene sequence analyses, the new ascosporic genus Sugiyamaella is proposed, as are 14 new species combinations and the new family Trichomonascaceae...
  50. Jensen L, Jensen T, de Lichtenberg U, Brunak S, Bork P. Co-evolution of transcriptional and post-translational cell-cycle regulation. Nature. 2006;443:594-7 pubmed
  51. Zegerman P, Diffley J. Phosphorylation of Sld2 and Sld3 by cyclin-dependent kinases promotes DNA replication in budding yeast. Nature. 2007;445:281-5 pubmed
    ..DNA replication in cells lacking G1 phase CDK (G1-CDK) required expression of the Cdc7 kinase regulatory subunit, Dbf4, as well as Sld2 and Sld3 bypass. Our results help to explain how G1- and S-CDKs promote DNA replication in yeast...
  52. Cadez N, Raspor P, Smith M. Phylogenetic placement of Hanseniaspora-Kloeckera species using multigene sequence analysis with taxonomic implications: descriptions of Hanseniaspora pseudoguilliermondii sp. nov. and Hanseniaspora occidentalis var. citrica var. nov. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2006;56:1157-65 pubmed
    ..occidentalis var. occidentalis (type strain CBS 2592T) and H. occidentalis var. citrica var. nov. (type strain CBS 6783T), which could be distinguished by habitat preference...
  53. Gattiker A, Rischatsch R, Demougin P, Voegeli S, Dietrich F, Philippsen P, et al. Ashbya Genome Database 3.0: a cross-species genome and transcriptome browser for yeast biologists. BMC Genomics. 2007;8:9 pubmed
    ..The Ashbya Genome Database (AGD) 3.0 is an innovative cross-species genome and transcriptome browser based on release 40 of the Ensembl developer environment...
  54. Park E, Zhang J, Tajima S, Dwiarti L. Isolation of Ashbya gossypii mutant for an improved riboflavin production targeting for biorefinery technology. J Appl Microbiol. 2007;103:468-76 pubmed
    ..To isolate a strain overproducing riboflavin and to improve riboflavin production for practical use in a biorefinery technology...
  55. Ge H, Qian H, Qian M. Synchronized dynamics and non-equilibrium steady states in a stochastic yeast cell-cycle network. Math Biosci. 2008;211:132-52 pubmed
    ..Such a large separation in the magnitude of the circulations, between a dominant, main cycle and the rest, gives rise to the stochastic synchronization phenomenon...
  56. Maure J, Kitamura E, Tanaka T. Mps1 kinase promotes sister-kinetochore bi-orientation by a tension-dependent mechanism. Curr Biol. 2007;17:2175-82 pubmed
    ..We did not find evidence that Ipl1 regulates Mps1 or vice versa; therefore, they play similar, but possibly independent, roles in facilitating bi-orientation...
  57. Fisher J, Ballenger M, O Brien E, Haase J, Superfine R, Bloom K. DNA relaxation dynamics as a probe for the intracellular environment. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009;106:9250-5 pubmed publisher
    ..As a result, the technique described herein may be used as a biophysical strategy to probe the intranuclear environment...
  58. Buchler N, Cross F. Protein sequestration generates a flexible ultrasensitive response in a genetic network. Mol Syst Biol. 2009;5:272 pubmed publisher
    ..The generation of flexible ultrasensitive responses is an unappreciated adaptive advantage that could explain the frequent evolutionary emergence of dominant negatives...
  59. Jacques N, Mallet S, Casaregola S. Delimitation of the species of the Debaryomyces hansenii complex by intron sequence analysis. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2009;59:1242-51 pubmed publisher
    ..hansenii and genetic exchanges between these populations, indicating an unexpected genetic diversity within this part of the genus Debaryomyces...