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Pratibha Dave | OMICS International
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Air & Water Borne Diseases
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Pratibha Dave

Welfare Hospital and Research Centre, Bharauch-392001, Gujarat, India.

Biography

Dr. Pratibha Dave belongs to Welfare Hospital and Research Centre, Bharauch-392001, Gujarat, India. Articles published by him are Etiologic significance of Aspergillus terreus in primary cutaneous mycosis of an agricultural worker, New medium “APRM” for isolation of medically important fungi from clinical and environmental samples

Publications

Cryptococcosis: An Emerging Airborne Mycosis of Global Concern

Cryptococcosis, an emerging highly infectious respiratory mycosis, is mainly caused by Cryptococcus neoformans and Cryptococcus gattii, which exist as saprobe in the environment. Currently, nine molecular types, five in C.neoformans and four in C. gattii are identified. The disease occurs in sporadic and epidemic form resulting into significant mor... Read More»

Mahendra Pal and Pratibha Dave

Review Article: Air Water Borne Diseases

DOI: 10.4172/2167-7719.1000127

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