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A case of phaeohyphomycosis caused by a new species of Phialophora.
A subcutaneous fungus infection that developed in a kidney transplant patient on immunosuppressive maintenance therapy was found to be caused by a new species of Phialophora. This species, P. paras...
Laboratory identification of Rothia dentocariosa and its occurrence in human clinical materials.
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The importance of recognizing this organism is based on the fact that it is frequently isolated from human clinical materials and must be differentiated from morphologically similar organisms of the genera Actinomyces and Nocardia, which contain pathogenic members. Expand
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF THE DERMATOPHYTOSES SOURCES OF INFECTION, MODES OF TRANSMISSION AND EPIDEMICITY
  • L. Georg
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 August 1960
TLDR
The results of these studies have shown the high prevalence of ringworm in animals and have given considerable evidence on the manner in which these infections are transmitted to humans. Expand
Encephalitis in turkey poults due to a new fungus species.
TLDR
The infection was proven by isolation of the fungus from the brains of 9 of the turkey poults, and by demonstration of dematiaceous mycelium in the brain tissue, and was probably acquired through contact with old sawdust used as litter for the birds. Expand
Rothia, gen. nov. an aerobic genus of the family Actinomycetaceae.
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Rothia gen. nov. (Actinomycetaceae) is proposed as the name of a monotypic genus with the species Rothia dentocariosus comb, a strain of Onisi's original isolates is extant. Expand
Trichophyton equinum; a re-evaluation of its taxonomic status.
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A re-evaluation of Trichophyton equinum's status as a species and as an agent of ringworm in the horse and man is considered. Expand
Actinomyces viscosus as an agent of actinomycosis in the dog.
THE NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE FAVIFORM TRICHOPHYTONS
  • L. Georg
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 September 1950
TLDR
A series of twenty-three cases of deep, suppurative ringworm have been described among a community of farmers and their families in central Pennsylvania, suggesting that these cases also were caused by ringworm contracted from cattle. Expand
In vitro hair cultures for differentiating between atypical isolates of Trichophyton mentagrophytes and Trichophyton rubrum.
  • L. Ajello, L. Georg
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Mycopathologia et mycologia applicata
  • 25 March 1957
Isolates ofT. mentagrophytes andT. rubrum are encountered that cannot be distinguished from each other solely on the basis of morphological criteria.
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