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Studies on yeast-like fungi associated with bovine mastitis. 1. Epidemiological study. 2. Sensitivity of yeast-like fungi to antifungal agents



Studies on yeast-like fungi associated with bovine mastitis. 1. Epidemiological study. 2. Sensitivity of yeast-like fungi to antifungal agents



Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 22(2): 121-147



Candida krusei, C. tropicalis, C. pseudotropicalis, C. parapsilosis and Torulopsis glabrata were isolated from 20 quarters (1.3% of quarters examined) with clinical mastitis. These species and Rhodotorula sp. and Hansenula (but not C. parapsilosis) were isolated from 22 quarters (1.5% of those examined) with subclinical mastitis.

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