Intensive care units and operation rooms opportunistic fungi
by Aboul-Nasr, M. Bassam
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it is a unique work dealing with fungal contamination in intensive care units and operation rooms. An interesting subject rarely touched by microbiologist. Most of the previous researches dealt with bacterial contamination. In this piece of work you will find interesting records on mycology, mycotoxins, enzymes that might be enhancing the severeness of opportunistic fungi to invade nosocomial and immunosupressive patients. It also embraced a new technique of using chlorella vulgaris as a sensitive andreliable biological assay.
Aboul-Nasr, M. Bassam
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Name: M. Bassam Aboul-Nasr Born: 20-9-1954 Current position: Professor in microbiology at University of Sohag, Dept. of Botany and microbiology, Egypt.BRIEF BIBLIOGRAPHY / EXPERIENCE 1989 Dissertation Free University of Maryland, USA.1990 - 2013 Assistant and Associate professor Department of Botany and Microbiology. 2013-Now Full Professor.
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22 September 2015
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.007 m; 0.213 kg