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Dermatophyte Pathogenicity as a Function of Mating Type and Associated Enzymes**From the Department of Medicine, Section of Dermatology and the Department of Biology, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60637
Journal of Investigative Dermatology
Severity of ringworm infections appears to be related to the production of proteolytic enzymes which in turn is related to mating type in two species tested T. mentagrophytes (A. benhamii (a) and (A)) and Mierosporun?,fulvum (Nannizzia fulva (+) and (-)). No difference in experimental guinea pig infections could be detected between the mating types of two other species which did not elaborate proteolytic enzymes Nannizzia incurvata and Nannizzia gypsea (Microsporum qypseum complex).doi:10.1038/jid.1969.173 fatcat:tq7cdpjmvzd4rmhjjbsn7hg67a