Isolation and Differentiation of Malassezia Species Isolated from Healthy and Affected Small Animals, Ear and Skin

@inproceedings{Eidi2008IsolationAD,
  title={Isolation and Differentiation of Malassezia Species Isolated from Healthy and Affected Small Animals, Ear and Skin},
  author={Samaneh Eidi and Tahereh Ziglari and Mansour Bayat},
  year={2008}
}
The genus Malassezia is part of the indigenous mycoflora of the mucosa and skin of healthy cats and dogs, Otherwise, it is able to survive in the environment only for short periods In addition, their importance as emergent pathogens in humans is increasing because they have been identified as causative agents of sepsis in immunocompromised patients and neonates receiving parenteral lipid alimentation. There is only scanty information about the epidemiology and ecology of Malassezia species. 

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