Sodium chloride tolerance in strains of \i Epidermophyton floccossum\i0 and \i Epidermophyton stockdaleae\i0

Translated title of the contribution: Sodium chloride tolerance in strains of \i Epidermophyton floccossum\i0 and \i Epidermophyton stockdaleae\i0

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    Abstract

    The ability of strains of genus Epidermophyton to grow at different concentrations of NaCl (ranged from 0 to 10%) was studied. A reduction in the diameter of colonies was observed as the concentration of NaCl increased. A nearly complete absence of macroconidia were shown even at the lowest concentration assayed. The geophilic species E. stockdaleae tolerated higher concentrations of NaCl (> 7%) than E. floccosum (< 3%). © 1993 Kluwer Academic Publishers.
    Translated title of the contributionSodium chloride tolerance in strains of \i Epidermophyton floccossum\i0 and \i Epidermophyton stockdaleae\i0
    Original languageMultiple languages
    Pages (from-to)153-156
    JournalMycopathologia
    Volume124
    Issue number3
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 1993

    Keywords

    • E. stockdaleae
    • Epidermophyton floccosum
    • Growth
    • MICs
    • Sodium chloride

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