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Summary.

The physicochemical properties, stability and localisation of lipase from the anthropophilic dermatophyte have been investigated. The lipase was best secreted by older cultures at an optimum H of 6·5–7 in the temperature range 40–45°C. Neither the skin-surface lipids nor the body temperature of man significantly affected the activity of the lipase.

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