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Abstract

SUMMARY

The bacterial flora of axillary hairs from persons with and without trichomycosis axillaris has been examined. Affected hairs bore a larger number of diphtheroid species than control hairs and a higher proportion of isolates from trichomycosis were found to belong to Evans’ group D.

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