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Cultural, morphological and biological properties of the causal agent of camel ringworm

Cultural, morphological and biological properties of the causal agent of camel ringworm

Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental' noi Veterinarii 65: 54-60

270 isolates of Trichophyton sarkisovii (Ivanova & Polyakov 1983) were obtained from one-humped and two-humped camels in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenia. The species differed from T. verrucosum in not requiring thiamine for growth in culture, and in growing more quickly, mainly on the surface of cultures. Chlamydospores measured 7-17 micro m against 6-9 micro m for T. verrucosum. An outbreak of ringworm among 13 000 camels in Kazakhstan is reported by S. Kh.

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