M. R. Caro Vergara

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BACKGROUND Aspergillus is a group of opportunistic fungi that cause infections, with high morbimortality in immunosuppressed patients. Aspergillus fumigatus is the most frequent species in these infections, although the incidence of other species has increased in the last few years. AIMS To evaluate the air fungal load and the diversity of Aspergillus(More)
A study of invasive strains of Streptococcus agalactiae (GBS) from Cordoba and Misiones, Argentina; was conducted to determine serotypes, the susceptibility to macrolides and molecular profiles of virulence and resistance. We studied 17 strains, recovered from cerebrospinal fluid, blood and cellulite and, a strain of trophoblastic remnants from Misiones.(More)
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