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Orally administered griseofulvin caused Microsporum canis infection to disappear from within the hair follicles in artificially infected cats. At the same time, clinical evidence of infection also disappeared although fluorescence persisted. Removal of the distal part of affected hairs in...
Upon shaking an aqueous suspension of spherules, endospores and mycelium of Coccidioides immitis with chloroform, selective agglomeration of the mycelium around the emulsified chloroform droplets occurred. The mycelial strands became aligned on the surface of the droplets in parallel...
A method is described for the production in submerged culture of large amounts of crude antigenically active material, trichophytin, from Trichophyton mentagrophytes . The crude material is sufficiently free from irritant properties to be used clinically and may be further purified for...
The data presented in this report suggest that seasonal variations occur in the incidence of ringworm in dogs and cats in the United States. In addition, it appears that the incidence patterns, when discernible, vary with the dermatophyte involved.
The bacteria and fungi of the horny layer of the skin can be stained directly on Scotch brand tapes (#681 and #473) by ordinary histologic techniques. Methods are given for PAS, Gram, and Giemsa staining for light microscopy and for an acridine orange stain for fluorescent microscopy. Many other...
The tissue morphology of Candida albicans , characterized by ovoid thinwalled blastospores with small vacuoles and by mycelia, was reproduced in vitro on dialysates of sera and plasmas. On these substrates C. albicans utilized all available amino acids as well as glucose without evolution of...
It is suggested that the concept of enzymatic keratolysis by dermatophytes stands in need of revision. Non-keratin containing aqueous extracts from human hair and nails have been shown capable of supporting the growth of the pseudoparasitic phase of certain dermatophytes. Destruction of such...
Soil studies were carried out in the Peruvian Departments of Huánuco, Loreto, Cusco and Madre de Dios. Histoplasma capsulatum was recovered from 5 different soil samples collected in the village of Tingo María and its surrounding area (Huánuco). One soil sample, from the village of Quincemil...
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