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Contribution to the study of a possible soil origin of dermatophytes. Behaviour of mycelial material and parasitized hair in vitro in natural or sterilized soil



Contribution to the study of a possible soil origin of dermatophytes. Behaviour of mycelial material and parasitized hair in vitro in natural or sterilized soil



Ross, med. Sarda 73(1): 71-83



In sterilized soil Microsporum canis retained its growth functions during the experiment (1 yr) and normal retro-cultures could be made. Its capacity to produce macroand micro-conidia and to attack human hair in vitro was stimulated.

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