V Rojanavanich

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Hendersonula toruloidea infection is present in Thailand, where the clinical picture of tinea pedis is scales 61%, erythema 22%, maceration 10.8%, and hyperkeratosis 9%. The diagnosis was confirmed by repeated isolation of H. toruloidea. The slow-growing type was found more often than the fast-growing in the ratio of 2.8:1. In patients with H. toruloidea(More)
An extracellular proteinase from a fast-growing strain of Hendersonula toruloidea was demonstrated when it was cultivated in liquid medium containing bovine serum albumin as the sole nitrogen source. Purification to homogeneity of the proteinase was performed by carboxymethyl cellulose, CM Sephadex G-50, and Sephacryl S-200 column chromatographies. The(More)
BACKGROUND Many methods and medications had been tried for the treatment of chromoblastomycosis with unsatisfactory results. Recently, there were several reports showing a good response of chromoblastomycosis to itraconazole, but it took as long as 18-30 months for lesions to heal. METHODS Itraconazole, 200 to 400 mg/day alone or in combination with(More)
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