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Abstract

M. canis is the agent most often implicated in cases of dermatophytosis or ringworm of cats. Infection can be transmitted directly by infected animals, both symptomatic and asymptomatic, or indirectly by contact with contaminated environments and items. The dermatophyte is often found on the skin...

Author(s)
Marchetti, V.; Papini, R.; Susini, F.; Leto, A.; Mancianti, F.; Cardini, G.
Citation
Selezione Veterinaria, 2000, No. Suppl., pp s181-s187