Vital growth factors of Malassezia species on modified CHROMagar Candida.

@article{Kaneko2005VitalGF,
  title={Vital growth factors of Malassezia species on modified CHROMagar Candida.},
  author={T. Kaneko and K. Makimura and M. Onozaki and K. Ueda and Y. Yamada and Y. Nishiyama and H. Yamaguchi},
  journal={Medical mycology},
  year={2005},
  volume={43 8},
  pages={
          699-704
        }
}
  • T. Kaneko, K. Makimura, +4 authors H. Yamaguchi
  • Published 2005
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Medical mycology
  • A comparison of several media, i.e., potato dextrose agar with olive oil (Oil-PDA), modified Dixon agar (mDIX) and variations of Leeming and Notman agar (LNA) for the isolation and growth of Malassezia and Candida species was examined. [...] Key Result All 7 species of Malassezia grew well on this modified medium (LN-CHROM) after incubation for 4 days at 30 degrees C and development was equal to that observed on LNA. Colonies on LN-CHROM were smooth and from pink to dark purple in color.Expand Abstract
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