Among the filamentous
fungi isolated, Aspergillus is the major isolate.
This involves gram staining of the collected pus/tissue obtained followed by microscopic examination; typical microscopic findings include necrosis with yellowish sulfur granules and filamentous
Gram-positive fungal-like filamentous
and branching pathogens.
In our burn unit, amphotericin B deoxycholate or lipid formulations are used as empirical treatment against filamentous
A total of three filamentous
fungi were isolated from peat soil of animal agricultural farm.
2011) Complete genome sequences of rat and mouse segmented filamentous
bacteria, a potent inducer of Thl7 cell differentiation.
The antennules of the specimen were densely covered with the filamentous
epiphyte, which was expected to change the prawn's behaviour in terms of food and mate perception (Bauer, 1989).
growth including diatoms attached to the surface of the coatings, applies further pressure on the integrity of the coating.
Topology and maturation of filamentous
haemagglutinin suggest a new model for two-partner secretion.
In an additional response to DX, the filamentous
cells form previously undocumented structures, which the authors refer to as endoliposomes.
Numerous peer-reviewed studies have examined the capabilities of the MALDI Biotyper for fungal identification and Bruker recently launched a separate RUO library of filamentous
fungi at ECCMID 2012.
Two-dimensional (2D) and real-time 3-dimensional (3D) transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) revealed a very mobile (characterized by whip-like motion), thin, filamentous
structure in the right atrium (Chiari network) prolapsing into right ventricle through the tricuspid orifice during diastole (Fig.
Key statement: The present invention deals with the ability to transform a variety of inert, synthetic, popular, modern nonwovens and other filamentous
materials into reactive products having a wide and diverse varying nature due to the coatings that can be successfully applied.