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  • 1
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    Mycopathologia 46 (1980), S. A5 
    ISSN: 1573-0832
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    Topics: Biology , Medicine
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    Mycopathologia 47 (1980), S. A5 
    ISSN: 1573-0832
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    Mycopathologia 53 (1984), S. A2 
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    Notes: Abstract Growth curves were determined for three strains each ofNocardia asteroides andNocardia brasiliensis. Two strains ofN. brasiliensis and one strain ofN. asteroides had longer lag periods of growth than the remaining three strains. All strains had generation times of approximately 5.5 hours. The ultrastructure of the cell envelope of eachNocardia strain in early stationary phase growth was also examined. All the strains had typical trilaminar cell walls and cell membranes. The thickness of the cell wall layers, especially the inner peptidoglycan layer, varied from strain to strain. The inner layer of two strains ofN. brasiliensis and one strain ofN. asteroides was 12 nm or more in thickness, while that of the remaining three strains was 7 nm thick. These observed differences in growth patterns and/or thickness of the cell wall layers could be correlated to the varying degress of virulence as well as the divergent pathologies exhibited by these organisms.
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    Notes: Abstract The aflatoxigenic potential ofAspergillus parasiticus 2999 on soybeans (raw and cooked) and cashew fruit juice (ripe, unripe, raw and cooked) variously supplemented with sucrose (0–20g) has been evaluated. Aflatoxin production showed a dual increase with increasing sucrose (0–20g) and soybeans (0.1–2.0g) concentrations which probably indicates the limited availability of suitable carbon sources in soybeans. This may be partly responsible for its resistance to aflatoxin synthesis. Two to five per cent (w/v) sucrose supplementation was optimal for maximal toxin production in cashew juice. Above this range aflatoxin production dropped steeply. Cooked soybeans supported higher yields of toxin than raw, in direct contrast with cashew fruit juice. Ripe cashew juice produced a greater quantity of toxin than the unripe. More fluorescent metabolites were synthesized in cashew fruit media than in soybeans. These results have been discussed in relation to the limiting role of the carbon source and the resistance to aflatoxin production on natural substrates.
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    Notes: Abstract Attempt was made to define antigens and antisera which might prove useful in diagnosis of invasive aspergillosis in man. A convalescent antiserum (serum from rabbits after live infection withAspergillus fumigatus conidia) which might be more representative of immunological reaction to fungal growthin vivo, did not react in enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay with commercial antigens which are used at present in attempts to detect antibody response in systemic infections in man. However, this convalescent antiserum reacted with antigens from a range of fungal extracts. Antigens from young culture filtrates, in particular the 24h culture filtrate are advocated as the standard antigens for antibody detection using conventional immunoprecipitation techniques. For the detection of circulating antigens, the use of convalescent antiserum in enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay might be promising in the early diagnosis of invasive aspergillosis.
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    Notes: Abstract Neutral (Emmons modification) Sabouraud medium, Dermatophyte Test Medium and Littman oxgall agar, with substitutions in type of antibacterial antibiotic, were quantitatively evaluated by colony counts for ability to support growth when suspensions of trypsintreated guinea pig skin scales, infected withTrichophyton mentagrophytes, were used as inocula. Both liquid and powder form of gentamicin sulfate were used separately in place of other routinely used antibacterial antibiotics. Also evaluated were three isolation temperatures. No differences in ability to support growth were noted among media. No difference was noted between the two forms of gentamicin. No data were available on the antibacterial activities of the antibiotics because no bacterial growth was produced on any of the media. Room temperature (24 °–26 °C), 30 °C and 37° C were found to support growth similarly as primary isolation temperatures for this fungus.
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    Mycopathologia 75 (1981), S. 169-172 
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    Notes: Abstract Twenty six adult male patients with superficial mycotic infection of the penis are described. Sixteen of these had scrotal involvement as well. Results of the fungal species isolated, revealed a preponderance of T. rubrum. Results of Cellular and humoral immune parameters studied are presented.
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    Mycopathologia 75 (1981), S. 173-177 
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    Notes: Abstract Washings from long staple cotton (Gossypium barbadense L.) new variety Barakat, yielded Aspergillus flavus, A. nidulans, A niger. A. terreus, A. versicolor and Cladosporium herbarum. The number of propagules increased with R. H. following 6 month-storage. A. terreus was less favoured. Higher R. H. impaired fibre length and strength of both raw non-sterilized and inoculated sterile lint whilst the sterilized non-inoculated control was insignificantly affected, even at 100% R.H. Artificial inoculation of lint with Chaetomium globosum and A. nidulans significantly affected the efficiency of yarn spinnability at 80, 90 and 100% R.H. (P=0.05). Hyphae, which wound in a helical pattern around the fibre, intermittently dissolved fibre wall causing fibre fragility.
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    Mycopathologia 76 (1981), S. 65-67 
    ISSN: 1573-0832
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    Notes: Abstract The insecticidal activity of asperentin, a dihydroisocoumarin secondary metabolic product of an entomogenous strain of Aspergillus flavus, and some derivatives and analogues, is compared with that of fusarentin dimethyl ether, from Fusarium larvarum, and ochratoxin A in two bioassays against Calliphora erythrocephala and Aedes aegypti.
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