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A standard method for demonstration of the life cycle of Dermatophilus congolensis






Acta Veterinaria Brno 63(1): 3-7

A standard method for demonstration of the life cycle of Dermatophilus congolensis

Determination of the life cycle of Dermatophilus congolensis is a prerequisite for its diagnosis. Attempts to demonstrate die life cycle of D. congolensis in preparations are successful only now and then even when nutrient-rich media for its cultivation are used. Enrichment of the media with sterile rabbit blood serum stimulates typical septation of the hyphae and intratubular development of the spores, which is the unique characteristic of this species. Preparations from the media enriched with blood serum regularly contain all stages of the life cycle of D. congolensis and thus make its accurate diagnosis possible.

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