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In the present study, 47 wild-type isolates of the genus Malassezia were isolated from dog and cat specimens by means of a simple differentiating system recently published. The purpose was to determine whether any of the other seven Malassezia spp. apart from M. pachydermatis occur in carnivores. Of the 47 isolates, three had been obtained from cats (ear 2,(More)
The historical development of the taxonomic classification of Malassezia yeasts until today yielded the description of seven different species based upon molecularbiological, morphological and biochemical parameters (M. furfur, M. pachydermatis, M. sympodialis, M. globosa, M. obtusa, M. restricta, M. slooffiae). Tests like Cremophor EL assimilation, esculin(More)
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