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KMID : 0359319960360020389
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research
1996 Volume.36 No. 2 p.389 ~ p.394
Dermatophytes and skin mycoflora in horse
이헌준/Lee, Hun Jun
최원필/하태영/조길제/Choi, Won Pil/Ha, Tae Young/Cho, Gil Jae
Abstract
This study was carried out to determine the causative agent of dermatophytosis in 7 horses, and to examine the skin mycofloras on 84 healthy and 7 diseased horses which were derived from Jae-ju and Kyonggi, Korea in 1994∼1995.
Specimens of hair and scale were collected from skin lesions(or normal skins) and inoculated directly on potato dextrose agar and mycobiotic agar. These agar plates were incubated at 25℃ for 2 weeks. Growing fungi were isolated and identified by the morphological and nutritional characteristics.
Lesions were found on the hind legs of an infected horses and each lesion was round or oval(1∼4 ㎝) in shape accompanied by severe itching.
The causative agent of the 7 equine dermatophytosis was identified as Trichophyton equiuum.
The skin mycofloras were Penicillium(69.0%), Aspergillus(63.2%), Cladosporium(51.7%), Fusarium(31.0%), Mucor(28.7%), Absidia(18.4%), Alternaria(17.2%), Acremonium(11.5%), Paecilomyces and Phycomyces(6.9%), Rhizopus(5.6%), Trichoderma(4.6%), Scopulariopsis and Trichophyton(3.5%), Beauveria(2.3%), Tritiracheum, Sporothrix, Curvularla, Aureobasidium and Chaetomium(1.2%), and Yeast(27.6%).
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