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  • Retrospective Two-Center Study on Prepubertal Children with Tinea Capitis in Korea. [Journal Article]
    Mycoses 2019Lee W, Lee EH, … Jun JB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Changes in the epidemiological and mycological characteristics of children with tinea capitis was shown in incidence, sex distribution, seasonality and causative dermatophytes. The incidence of tinea capitis has fallen significantly in prepubertal children. Nevertheless, continuous surveillance is needed to prevent tinea capitis in Korea.
  • FSH1 regulates the phenotype and pathogenicity of the pathogenic dermatophyte Microsporum canis. [Journal Article]
    Int J Mol Med 2019Zhang F, Tan C, … Yang G
  • Microsporum canis (M. canis) is a common pathogen that causes tinea capitis and is present worldwide. The incidence of M. canis infection, particularly tinea capitis, has been increasing in China. In our previous studies, family of serine hydrolases 1 (FSH1) was identified as a potential virulence factor in tinea capitis infection caused by M. canis. To determine the function of this gene in M. c…
  • A Comprehensive Review of Bioactive Peptides from Marine Fungi and Their Biological Significance. [Review]
    Mar Drugs 2019; 17(10)Youssef FS, Ashour ML, … Wink M
  • Fungal marine microorganisms are a valuable source of bioactive natural products. Fungal secondary metabolites mainly comprise alkaloids, terpenoids, peptides, polyketides, steroids, and lactones. Proteins and peptides from marine fungi show minimal human toxicity and less adverse effects comparable to synthetic drugs. This review summarizes the chemistry and the biological activities of peptides…
  • First report of tinea corporis caused by Arthroderma benhamiae in Brazil. [Journal Article]
    Braz J Microbiol 2019de Freitas RS, de Freitas THP, … Benard G
  • Arthroderma benhamiae is a zoophilic dermathophyte that can cause highly inflammatory tinea corporis and tinea capitis in humans. This is the first report of a patient with dermatophytosis caused by A. benhamiae in Brazil. The lesion was an erythematous, annular plaque on the lumbar region that appeared few weeks after playing with a street cat in a 19-month-old girl. Initial presumed diagnosis w…
  • Adult tinea capitis and tinea barbae in a tertiary Portuguese hospital: A 11-year audit. [Journal Article]
    Mycoses 2019; 62(11):1079-1083Duarte B, Galhardas C, Cabete J
  • Adult tinea capitis and tinea barbae are nowadays considered uncommon in developed countries. Despite their potential for morbidity and healthcare costs, few series have attempted to characterise these infectious disorders. We conducted a cross-sectional study to analyse the epidemiological, clinical and mycological characteristics of adult tinea capitis and tinea barbae of a large tertiary centr…
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