In vitro antifungal testing usually evaluates the responses mainly of micro/macroconidia or hyphae that are produced in saprophytic conditions, while dermatophytes in vivo often produce arthroconidia, a cellular structure presumably more resistant to antifungals. The purpose of this study was to evaluate, with a microdilution method, the sensitivity of some antifungals, commonly used in veterinary practice for topical therapy, on both micro/macroconidia and arthroconidia/chlamydospores produced in vitro.

In vitro study on susceptibility of different spores of dermatophites to antifungals

BONOLI, CRISTINA;AURELI, SARA;GALUPPI, ROBERTA;OSTANELLO, FABIO;TAMPIERI, MARIA PAOLA
2010

Abstract

In vitro antifungal testing usually evaluates the responses mainly of micro/macroconidia or hyphae that are produced in saprophytic conditions, while dermatophytes in vivo often produce arthroconidia, a cellular structure presumably more resistant to antifungals. The purpose of this study was to evaluate, with a microdilution method, the sensitivity of some antifungals, commonly used in veterinary practice for topical therapy, on both micro/macroconidia and arthroconidia/chlamydospores produced in vitro.
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Bonoli C.; Bonaga F.; Aureli S.; Galuppi R.; Ostanello F.; Tampieri M.P.
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