rubrum

rubrum

 [roo´brum] (L.)
red.

rubrum

(roo′brŭm) [L., red]
The red nucleus of the gray matter in the crus cerebri near the optic thalamus.

rubrum scarlatinum

Scarlet red, a substance used as a stain.

rubrum

[L.] red.
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Trichophyton rubrum was most commonly isolated (24 out of 29, i.
A phase two trial of US-based Novan's SB208 has showcased significant effect in the treatment of infections caused by dermatophytes such as Trichophyton rubrum, it was reported on Thursday.
Moeller, a postdoctoral fellow at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, studies Mesodinium rubrum not just because they are fun to watch.
Miscellaneous hardwoods included all other hardwoods with Acer rubrum (red maple) and Nyssa sylvatica (black gum) being the most abundant species.
rubrum that cause essential superficial infections (Dermatophytosis) and have the ability to infestation keratinized tissues such as skin, hair and nails [1].
Turquoise or coral rubrum lend a playful yet easily elegant pop of color to a simple piece, while mother-of-pearl and pave diamonds help create a dressier, more refined look.
Background: Trichophyton rubrum represents the most common infectious fungus responsible for dermatophytosis in human, but the mechanism involved is still not completely understood.
The data in Figure 3 indicate that the nucleotide sequence identified from cultures of 144 and 146 are located on the same clade with nucleotide sequences of 4 species: Trichophyton rubrum, T.
The majority of onychomycosis cases in the United States are caused by a dermatophyte, most commonly, Trichophyton rubrum, also the most common cause of tinea pedis (commonly referred to as athlete's foot).
Now an undisclosed grant from The Nominet Trust, TSB and The Academic Health Sciences Networks will help to fund Born Digital and its sister company, Rubrum Limited, to explore other uses for the platform in the health and wellbeing sectors, including occupational health.
Elastic behavior of Acer rubrum and Abies balsamea wood
Trichophyton rubrum (33,2%), Candida albicans (15,3%), Candida no albicans (11,8%), Trichophyton mentagrophytes (9,4%), Malassezia spp (9,1%) y las infecciones mixtas (casos en donde hubieron dos patogenos responsables) (7,2%) fueron los principales agentes infecciosos encontrados (tabla 1).