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, pl.


(fŭr'fŭr, fŭr'fyū-rēz),
An epidermal scale; for example, dandruff.
[L. bran]


n. pl. fur·fures (-fyə-rēz′)
An epidermal scale, as that associated with dandruff.
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furfur fue hallado tanto en porcinos sanos como con secrecion, ha sido reportado como agente etiologico de otitis externa en un cerdo mascota (Han y Na, 2009).
Genetic and biological features of catheter-associated Malassezia furfur from hospitalized adults.
furfur y los 59 restantes no pudieron ser clasificados a nivel de especie.
furfur (54,3%) fue la especie mas frecuente seguida de M.
furfur species were respectively the most common identified species [15] which, as it appears, is different with the findings of the current study.
7,11) In addition to M furfur and M sympodialis, there are other lipid-dependent Malassezia species, such as Malassezia dermatitis, Malassezia nana, and Malassezia equi, which require nucleic acid analysis for reliable differentiation.
furfur has been shown to cause a systemic bloodborne infection of patients receiving lipid-rich, parenteral nutritional infusions by catheter (4).
furfur en la punta de cateteres puede causar sepsis en pacientes prematuros e inmunocomprometidos.
The mean titers for Malassezia furfur (also known as Pityrosporum orbiculare) were 4.