Keratinolysis and its morphological expression in hair digestion by airborne fungi

@article{Marchisio2005KeratinolysisAI,
  title={Keratinolysis and its morphological expression in hair digestion by airborne fungi},
  author={V. Marchisio and A. Fusconi and Simonetta Rigo},
  journal={Mycopathologia},
  year={2005},
  volume={127},
  pages={103-115}
}
  • V. Marchisio, A. Fusconi, Simonetta Rigo
  • Published 2005
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Mycopathologia
  • The morphological expression of keratinolysis in fungi isolated from the air of Torino (98 isolates belonging to 36 species) was studied. Light microscopy on whole material and on semithin sections, as well as scanning electron microscopy was used. There were 19 keratinolytically active species, with seven in the genusChrysosporium (C. indicum, C. keratinophilum, C. pannicola, C. tropicum, C. an.Arthroderma cuniculi, C. an.Pectinotrichum llanense, C. an.Renispora flavissima), four in the… CONTINUE READING
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