Observation of Fungi, Bacteria, and Parasites in Clinical Skin Samples Using Scanning Electron Microscopy

@inproceedings{Yuping2016ObservationOF,
  title={Observation of Fungi, Bacteria, and Parasites in Clinical Skin Samples Using Scanning Electron Microscopy},
  author={Ran Yu-ping and Zhuang Kaiwen and Huang Wenying and Huang Jinghong and FengXiaowei and Chen Shuang and Tang Jiaoqing and Xu Xiaoxi and Kang Daoxian and Luyao and Zhang Ruifeng and Ran Xin and Wang Huiying and Lama Jebina and David Yalin and Zhang Chaoliang},
  year={2016}
}
This chapter highlights the description of the clinical manifestation and its pathogen and the host tissue damage observed under the Scanning Electron Microscope, which helps the clinician to understand the pathogen’s superstructure, the change of host subcell structure, and the laboratory workers to understand the clinical characteristics of patho‐ gen-induced human skin lesions, to establish a two-way learning exchange database with vivid images 

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