dermatophyte

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dermatophyte

[dər′mad·ə‚fīt]
(mycology)
A fungus parasitic on skin or its derivatives.
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In such cases, an azole cream is the better treatment choice, because azoles will kill Candida, bacteria, and dermatophytes that are there, she said.
This oil is effective against gram positive organisms and several dermatophytes collected from wound and skin infections.
Species distribution and frequency of isolation of yeasts and dermatophytes from toe webs of diabetic patients.
Caryophyllene oxide, an oxygenated terpenoid, well known as a preservative in food, drugs, and cosmetics, has been tested in vitro as an antifungal against dermatophytes and it passed the test.
Les analyses mycologiques attestent aussi de l'absence de dermatophytes, mais revelent neanmoins des contaminations par les moisissures au niveau des plages d'El Jadida, de Sidi Ifni et d'Agadir.
Meyer E The preservation of dermatophytes at subfreezing temperatures.
It is designed to combat infections which are typically caused by fungi called dermatophytes that live around the edges of the nail, and can probe further into the nail if the patient suffers some sort of trauma such as an accident.
platyloba has been depicted on a number of common dermatophytes (21).
Frequency of yeast and dermatophytes from healthy and diseased dogs.
The oil was tested against a range of pathogenic fungi and was found to be lethal to a range of skin-pathogenic strains, known as dermatophytes, as well as various species of Candida.