The Open Mycology Journal (Open Mycol J )
The Open Mycology Journal is an Open Access online journal, which publishes research articles, reviews, and letters in all areas of experimental and applied mycology. The Open Mycology Journal, a peer-reviewed journal, aims to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on current developments in the field. The emphasis will be on publishing quality papers rapidly and freely available to researchers worldwide.
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- WebsiteThe Open Mycology Journal website
- Other titlesTOMYJ
- Material typeDocument, Internet resource
- Document typeInternet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
- Author can archive a pre-print version
- Author cannot archive a post-print version
- 12 months (unless federal, government, funding agencies or local policy mandates for the author's institute a different policy on self-archiving)
- On authors personal or authors institutions server
- Published source must be acknowledged
- Must link to journal home page
- Publisher's version/PDF cannot be used
- Articles in all journals can be made Open Access on payment of additional charge
- Classification yellow
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ABSTRACT: Two specimens of Tuber aestivum sensu lato from China were found between T. aestivum ascomata for sale in Italy. The morphological features of these ascomata were intermediate between those of T. aestivum and Tuber mesentericum. The spores were roundish and smaller than those of T. mesentericum and T. aestivum. Phylogenetic analyses showed that the Chinese specimens are placed in a separate clade to T. aestivum and T. mesentericum. This, together with the supporting morphological differences, strongly suggests that the two Chinese truffles are a separate taxon.The Open Mycology Journal 02/2012; 6:22-26.
- The Open Mycology Journal 01/2012; 6:11.
- The Open Mycology Journal 01/2010; 4(1):18-21.
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ABSTRACT: The efficacy of an inactivated vaccine for the treatment of feline dermatophytosis was investigated in a placebo-controlled-double-blind multi-centre GCP study in Europe. Fifty-five client-owned cats with dermatophytosis caused by Trichophyton mentagrophytes or Microsporum canis, confirmed by fungal culture, were treated with either three intramuscular injections of vaccine or placebo. Treatment was applied as three intramuscular injections of vaccine or placebo every other week. Clinical symptoms were assessed at inclusion, day 14, 28 and 42. The number of lesions was counted and severity was judged based on a scoring system. Efficacy was evaluated for the reduction of the number of lesions as well as for a combined assessment of lesion severity x number of lesions. The primary endpoint was not met for the total population of cats, but was met for cats <1 year of age and for cats with a first infection. The vaccine was significantly better than placebo in cats with a first infection (sum of lesions: p = 0.0446; summed score x number: p = 0.0405) and in young cats (sum of lesions: p = 0.0424; summed score x number: p = 0.0304; mean score x number: p = 0.0177). In cats with higher numbers of more severe lesions, the difference between the two treatment groups was more apparent. Severely affected exotic cats also showed an improvement using these parameters. Based on this study, the investigated inactivated vaccine may be considered as part of a treatment protocol to accelerate healing from clinical signs of dermatophytosis in severely affected cats, in young cats and those with a first infection.The Open Mycology Journal 01/2010; 4:10-17.
- The Open Mycology Journal 01/2008;
- The Open Mycology Journal 01/2008; 2(1):94-99.
- The Open Mycology Journal 01/2008; 2(1):48-54.
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