fungal infection

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From 14 infected fishes, eleven (78.57%) fishes showed clinical signs of fungal infection such as; cotton like growth on caudal peduncle and fins, lesion on the body; tips of gills eroded.
Manchester, United Kingdom, June 28, 2013 --( F2G Ltd, a privately-held antifungal drug discovery and development company and The University of Manchester, today announced the commencement of a 6.1 million euro EU-funded project to discover and develop novel antifungal drugs to treat serious, life-threatening fungal infections. The NOFUN project is a collaborative project under the 7th Framework Program of the European Commission which brings together five partners to accelerate the development of a number of F2G's broad spectrum antifungal agents.
The results indicated that Thyme extract significantly reduced the fungal infection of soybean seeds during germination.
Fungal infections such as this can also sometimes be early warning signs of more serious conditions that affect the immune system - diabetes being an example.
The fishes were weighed, measured and examined thoroughly for parasitic and fungal infection on the body.
Ibrexafungerp (formerly SCY-078), the first representative of a novel family of antifungal compounds referred to as triterpenoids, is being developed for oral and intravenous (IV) administration and is in clinical development for the treatment of both serious outpatient fungal infections, including VVC, and hospital-based life-threatening fungal infections, including invasive candidiasis (IC), invasive aspergillosis (IA) and refractory invasive fungal infections.
Talking to a private news channel she said,"Fungal infections increase in summers season and humid weather due to moist conditions, as sweaty activities that are common in summers, like using public showers at pools and beaches, can also help fungi spread.'
Overall 30-day mortality was 20(42.5%) patients, and reasons included stroke, systemic fungal infection and renal failure secondary to amphotericin B.
Allergies like non-bullous and bullous impetigo, fungal infections, recurrent attacks of folliculitis, tinea capitis (fungal infection of hair) are commonly detected in people, especially kids during the monsoons.
Patients, mostly children between age group of 4-10, suffering from allergies and fungal infection , account for around 20% skin and dermatological ailment at the hospitals.
Sundas Hoorain had taken her two-month old kitten to aveterinary clinic in November 2015 and was informed by staff that her pet was suffering from a fungal infection.
First histopathology report revealed 'left middle turbinate, nasal septum and anterior ethmoidal bone have fungal infection' while another histopathology reported "fungal organisms with branching septate and non-septate hyphae consistent with concomitant Mucor and Aspergillus (Figure 2).
[Table 1] shows the frequency distribution of demographic and clinical data on the patients with and without fungal infection. According to the t -test, the mean duration of the ICU stay and ventilation of the patients with candidemia was significantly longer, but the age and gender distribution and the reason for ICU were not significantly different between the patients with and without candidemia.{Table 1}
The theme of this year's observance is "Think Fungus," and aims to encourage the public and clinicians to consider the possibility of a fungal infection if a patient's symptoms are not improving with treatment.
Mucormycosis is a life threatening fungal infection and remains an important cause of morbidity and mortality in immunocompromised patients after hematopoietic stem cell transplant.