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Huang, W., Cai, Y., Hyde, K. D., Corke, H., Sun, M.: Endophytic fungi from Nerium oleander L. (Apocynaceae): Main constituents and antioxidant activity. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 23 , 1253–1263 (2007

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2 202 207 James, D. G. (1993): Pollen, mould mites and fungi: improvement to mass rearing of Typhlodromus doreenae and Amblyseius

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., Bharadwaj, G. and Bhat, M. K. (2000): Thermophilic fungi: their physiology and enzymes. Microbiol. Mol. Biol. Rev. 64, 461–488. 11 Mehta, S. and Nautiyal

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Hasan, H. A. H.: Production of hormones by fungi. Acta Microbiologica Polonica 43 , 327-333 (1994) Production of hormones by fungi Acta Microbiologica Polonica 43 327 333 Deacon, J. W

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The applicability of an anti- Mycobacterium bovis (BCG) antibody-based immunohistochemistry (IHC) procedure was investigated using everyday veterinary pathological samples collected from 13 different animal species. Fifty-one formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded tissue samples were selected for this study. Forty, 4 and 7 tissue samples contained different species of bacteria, fungi and protozoa, respectively. Three serial sections were prepared in each case. Two sections were pre-treated with enzyme and heat, respectively, while the last section was not pre-treated. In seven cases the sensitivity of histochemical staining (HSM), IHC and bacteriological culture were compared. Heating of the sections in a microwave oven was the most effective method in the case of almost all pathogens used. Strong or moderate positive reactions were observed for 26 bacterial species, all fungal and 2 protozoal species, while weak reactions occurred for 2 bacterial and 1 protozoal species. Only 4 protozoal and 12 bacterial species, including Leptospira and all the five Mycoplasma species examined, showed no reaction in this test. IHC had almost the same sensitivity as bacteriological culture and was more sensitive than HSM. The IHC method presented here should be preferred to HSM as a general screening tool in cases where pathological lesions suspicious for infections are evident and no microorganism can be cultured in vitro or only formalin-fixed tissue samples are available for the laboratory examination.

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Authors: F. Kevei, Judit Kucsera and Zsuzsanna Hamari

Clark-Walker, G. D.: Evolution of mitochondrial genome of fungi. Int Rev Cytol 141 , 89-127 (1992). Evolution of mitochondrial genome of fungi. Int Rev Cytol

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of genetic change in filamentous fungi. Annu Rev Phytopathol 30 , 131 (1992). W.: Now modes of genetic change in filamentous fungi. Annu Rev Phytopathol

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Gyalidea (lichenized fungi: Asterothyriaceae, Ostropales) against an additional name, Solorinella. - Taxon 51 : 565. Lücking R Proposal to conserve Gyalidea (lichenized fungi

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-4. Rimóczi, I.: Gombák (Fungi). In Turcsányi, G. (ed.): Mezogazdasági növénytan. (Fungi. In Turcsányi, G. (ed.): Horticultural botany.) Mezogazdasági Szaktudás Kiadó, Budapest. 1995. pp. 211-240. Gombák (Fungi

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433 Cunningham, G. H.: Additions to the smut fungi of New Zealand I. Trans Proc Roy Soc New Zealand 75 , 334-339 (1945a). Additions to the smut fungi of New Zealand

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