Advanced Journal of Environmental Science and Technology

Advanced Journal of Environmental Science and Technology ISSN: ISSN: 2136-3468 Vol. 4(1), pp. 110-113, December, 2017. © Advanced Scholars Journals

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 Trichophyton rubrum – the prime etiological agent in individual dermatophytoses in Kota, India

 

Gotul Singhi

Environmental studies,Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Science, University of Kota, India

Author Email:Gotuingh4325@yahoo.com

Accepted 07 August, 2017

Abstract

The present examination was attempted to locate the prime etiological operator of dermatophytoses among the patients going to the out patient center of Mycology Section, Department of Environmental Studies kota. Examples were gathered from suspected patients with dermatophytoses and inspected for the nearness of contagious components, refined, disconnected and distinguished. Among the 70 associated patients with clinical side effects with dermatophytoses, 71 (78.9%) were affirmed in culture. Trichophyton sort was represented 73% of dermatophytoses, which was shared by Trichophyton rubrum (70.3%) and Trichophyton mentagrophytes (16.7%), trailed by Epidermophyton floccosum (4.2%) and Microsporum gypseum (2.8%). It was noticed that tinea corporis (64.8%) is the most common disease took after by tinea cruris (23.8%), tinea pedis (5.6%) and onychomycoses (2.8%). T. rubrum was the prevalent species in charge of the dermatophytoses, particularly tinea corporis in Kota, India. Moreover it was likewise watched that T. rubrum was most overwhelming species in charge of the unending dermatophytoses (78.8%). Additionally work is in advance to comprehend the protease profile of the disconnects with connection to the chronisity of the disease.

Key words: Chronisity, Microsporum, Dermatophytes, Corporis, Trichophyton rubrum.

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