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Observation on skin tests with fungal extract in patients with cutaneous chromomycosis






Chinese Journal of Dermatology 16(4): 240-242

Observation on skin tests with fungal extract in patients with cutaneous chromomycosis

In skin tests extracts of fungi from patients and spore suspensions of pathogens were used as antigens.


Accession: 001228677



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