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, , , , , (Received 12 Aug, 2008; Accepted 3 Dec, 2008) Abstract Background and purpose: Grown fungi on books can be a risk factor for occupants as well as its known agents of bio-deterioration. Therefore, in this study, we surveyed the myco-flora of air, book and cabinets at Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences Libraries.Material and methods: Opened plates (containing Sabouraud's dextrose agar with chlor-amphenicole media (SC) were used for the isolation of fungi in the air of indoordoaj:7d33a5a7998b476c98da740322461ebf fatcat:geim6r26cngdfgrx3x4nm7ho4u