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Fungi of the genus Trichosporon are widespread in the biosphere and are a frequent component of the skin mycobiota. They are opportunistic organisms that adopt a commensal lifestyle on the skin in healthy humans but can cause pathological changes (trichosporonosis) of various intensity and range in immunocompromised persons. The species recorded in our study (T. asahii, T. capitatum, T. cutaneum, T. inkin, T. pullulans) are potential anthropopathogens. T. asahii, T. cutaneum and T. inkin aredoi:10.5586/am.2013.017 fatcat:p37fdyl7yjbupdbz7peuytsl4q