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From: Exploration of anti-Malassezia potential of Nyctanthes arbor-tristis L. and their application to combat the infection caused by Mala s1 a novel allergen

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Standard strains of Malassezia sp. a M. furfur b M. restricta c M. globosa d M. sympodialis. Cultures were procured from Royal Netherlands Academy (Netherland) and grown in Modified Leming and Notman Agar (MLNA) and were visualized microscopically (a to d) e Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Mala s1 allergen producing Malassezia sympodialis (Magnification 20,000X, Pressure 0.976 Torr, WD 11.8 mm)

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