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Browse by Exposure: Microsporum canis (6 articles)

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Kozak M, Bilek J, Beladicova V, Beladicova K, Baranova Z, Bugarsky A
Study of the dermatophytes in dogs and the risk of human infection.
Bratislavske Lekarske Listy. 104(7-8):211-7, 2003.
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Guzman-Chavez RE, Segundo-Zaragoza C, Cervantes-Olivares RA, Tapia-Perez G
Presence of keratinophilic fungi with special reference to dermatophytes on the haircoat of dogs and cats in Mexico and Nezahualcoyotl cities.
Rev Latinoam Microbiol 2000 Jan-Mar;42(1):41-4.
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Ali-Shtayeh MS, Arda HM, Hassouna M, Shaheen SF
Keratinophilic fungi on sheep hairs from the West Bank of Jordan.
Mycopathologia 1989 May;106(2):95-101.
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Warner RD
Occurrence and impact of zoonoses in pet dogs and cats at US Air Force bases.
Am J Public Health 1984 Nov;74(11):1239-43.
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Baxter M
Ringworm due to Microsporum canis in cats and dogs in New Zealand.
N Z Vet J 1973 Mar;21(3):33-7.
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Sonck CE
Microsporum canis infections in SW-Finland.
Mykosen 1970 Jan 1;13(1):49-59.
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