Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, September 9th, 2008
"Here we report for the first time A. udagawae, a previously recognised but rare opportunistic pathogen causing fatal orbital aspergillosis in a cat. Identification of this isolate was secured by comparative sequence based analyses of the ITS and the beta tubulin region," wrote R. Kano and colleagues.
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