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Isolation of budding and yeast like fungi from the blood



Isolation of budding and yeast like fungi from the blood



Z. Haut- u. Geschlechtskr 15(10): 320-322



From the University Clinic for Skin Diseases, Vienna, the author describes a procedure for the isolation of budding fungi from blood samples on a medium consisting of two-thirds bouillon and one-third malt wort or in Sabouraud's solution.

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