Subject: National reference laboratory | Fungal contamination | Molecular Detection | Air and Surfaces | Infecções Sistémicas e Zoonoses | Occupational exposure | Occupational health | Environmental health | Cryptic Species | Antifungal Susceptibility | Podiatry | Podiatry clinic | Section Fumigati | Regulation | Fungi | Aspergillus fumigatus | Drinking water | Agentes Microbianos e Ambiente | Dermatophytes | Bathing water
Poster abstract publicado em: Mycoses. 2017;60(Suppl. S2):131-132. Disponível em:http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/myc.12675/epdf
Objectives: Aspergillus fumigatus is the most frequent agent of aspergilosis and reports on infections caused by this species or... View more
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in India and the Czech Republic since 2003, in Russia since 2012 and (ITS) regions as well as of the gene codifying to calmodulin.
in Spain since 2016. Of all cases that were included in the registry,