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Zygomycosis caused by Apophysomyces elegans.
A case of zygomycosis caused by Apophysomyces elegans in a diabetic, obese female is described. The fungus gained entry into the body through injury to the skin, penetrating the keratin, epidermis,Expand
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Coccidioidomycosis: clinical update.
Over the last decade coccidioidomycosis, a fungal infection endemic to the desert Southwest of the United States, has gained national prominence. This review summarizes recent advances in theExpand
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Phaeohyphomycosis of the nasal sinuses caused by a new species of Exserohilum.
A 27-year-old man with a 6-year history of allergies developed nasal polyps that occluded his nose and prevented visual examination beyond the nasal vestibules. Histological examination of the polypsExpand
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An arthroconidial-spherule antigen of Coccidioides immitis: differential expression during in vitro fungal development and evidence for humoral response in humans after infection or vaccination.
A 33-kDa protein antigen purified from spherules of Coccidioides immitis was analyzed for ultrastructural localization and for binding to serum antibodies from infected or immunized humans. By usingExpand
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Invasive Nattrassia mangiferae infections: case report, literature review, and therapeutic and taxonomic appraisal.
We report on a case of subcutaneous infection of the arm caused by the coelomycetous fungus Nattrassia mangiferae (formerly Hendersonula toruloidea) in a steroid-dependent diabetic man with chronicExpand
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Detection of coccidioidal antibodies by 33-kDa spherule antigen, Coccidioides EIA, and standard serologic tests in sera from patients evaluated for coccidioidomycosis.
During a 9-month study of patients being evaluated for coccidioidomycosis, 1 or more serum samples were obtained from 138 patients with an illness suggestive of recent infection. In this group,Expand
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Ten years of native seed certification in Germany - a summary.
Many renaturation projects and compensation areas are based on the use of seeds from regional indigenous wild plants; in the following: native or regional seeds. Despite this, such seeds make up onlyExpand
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Sixteen episodes of fungemia due to Coccidioides immitis were identified in 15 patients over a 7-year period at 2 hospital associated with the University of Arizona in Tucson. Fourteen of the 15Expand
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Comparison of immunodiffusion techniques with standard complement fixation assay for quantitation of coccidioidal antibodies.
Quantitative immunodiffusion (QID) and complement fixation (CF) methods were compared for their agreement in detecting coccidioidal antibodies. For these studies, we assayed 719 sera from 181Expand
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Antigenemia in primary coccidioidomycosis.
Clinical findings in patients with primary infection due to Coccidioides immitis have suggested that fungal antigenemia may occur. To study this possibility, we devised an inhibition enzyme-linkedExpand
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