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Experimental cerebral zygomycosis in alloxan-diabetic rabbits: variation in virulence among zygomycetes.
We investigated the potential of 33 different zygomycete isolates to cause cerebral disease following the intranasal instillation of their spores into ketotic rabbits with alloxan induced diabetes.Expand
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Characterization of groups of the zygomycete genusRhizopus
Rhizopus is a zygomycetous genus. Several species of this taxon may infect humans and lower animals. Seventeen isolates ofRhizopus species in three distinct morphological groups were studied: theExpand
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Microbial flora of in-use, display eye shadow testers and bacterial challenges of unused eye shadows.
We surveyed 15 different brands of eye shadow on display for customer use in different retail stores for microbial contamination. This was the first reported microbial surveillance of in-use eyeExpand
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Lupus erythematosus-like syndrome complicating hydralazine (apresoline) therapy.
Prolonged therapy with large doses of hydralazine (Apresoline) has been reported to produce a syndrome resembling several forms of the collagen diseases. 1 This syndrome progresses from mildExpand
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Experimental cerebral zygomycosis in alloxan-diabetic rabbits I. Relationship of temperature tolerance of selected zygomycetes to pathogenicity.
Acute alloxan diabetic rabbits were used in a survey of the potential ability of Absidia, Cunninghamella, Mucor, Rhizopus, Syncephalastrum, and Thamnidium species to cause cerebral zygomycosisExpand
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Silica gel as a preserving agent for the cellular slime mold Acrasis rosea.
SYNOPSIS. Modifications of the silica gel technic of Perkins and Ogata have been successfully used to preserve Acrasis rosea for 6–13 months and Dictyostelium purpureum for 31 months. The technic isExpand
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Evaluation of Port-A-Cul transport system for protection of anaerobic bacteria.
The protection of anaerobes in Port-A-Cul (PAC) transport system (Bioquest, Div. of Becton, Dickinson &Co., Cockeysville, Md.) tubes and vials was studied. Ten species of obligately anaerobicExpand
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