Data from: Genome sequences reveal cryptic speciation in the human pathogen Histoplasma capsulatum

Victoria E. Sepúlveda, Roberto Márquez, David A. Turissini, Willam E. Goldman & Daniel R. Matute
Histoplasma capsulatum is a pathogenic fungus that causes life-threatening lung infections. About 500,000 people are exposed to H. capsulatum each year in the United States, and over 60% of the U.S. population has been exposed to the fungus at some point in their life. We performed genome-wide population genetics and phylogenetic analyses with 30 Histoplasma isolates representing four recognized areas where histoplasmosis is endemic and show that the Histoplasma genus is composed of at least...
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