Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, January 6th, 2004
According to a study from France, "Three isolates of zygomycetes were used to produce a disseminated infection in nonimmunocompromised mice. Against all zygomycete strains, amphotericin B significantly prolonged survival.
"Itraconazole was inactive against Rhizopus microsporus and R. oryzae but was partially active against Absidia corymbifera. Posaconazole had no beneficial effects against R. oryzae but showed partial activity against A. corymbifera," wrote E. Dannaoui...
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