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Current status of routine laboratory mycological test techniques in Japan



Current status of routine laboratory mycological test techniques in Japan



Japanese Journal of Medical Mycology 29(2): 83-87



Results are presented of a survey of mycological laboratory techniques in Japan, performed during June-July 1987. Of 182 institutions replying to the questionnaire, fungal cultures are performed by almost all laboratories, although some rely on commercial labortories.

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