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2011Standardization of Hyphal Growth Inhibition Rate as a Means of Evaluating Microsporum spp. in vitro Susceptibility to Terbinafine, Griseofulvin, and CiclopiroxolamineBiancalana, FSC; Lyra, L; Moretti, ML; Kamei, K; Schreiber, AZ-Artigo de periódico
2011Susceptibility testing of terbinafine alone and in combination with amphotericin B, itraconazole, or voriconazole against conidia and hyphae of dematiaceous moldsBiancalana, FSC; Lyra, L; Moretti, ML; Schreiber, AZ-Artigo de periódico
2013Visual Analysis of DNA Microarray Data for Accurate Molecular Identification of Non-albicans Candida Isolates from Patients with Candidemia EpisodesFerrari, MD; Resende, MR; Sakai, K; Muraosa, Y; Lyra, L; Gonoi, T; Mikami, Y; Tominaga, K; Kamei, K; Schreiber, AZ; Trabasso, P; Moretti, ML-Artigo de periódico
2010Expression of activation and cytotoxic molecules by peripheral blood lymphocytes of patients with paracoccidioidomycosisBurlandy-Soares, LC; Mamoni, RL; Lyra, L; Schreiber, AZ; Blotta, MHSL-Artigo de periódico
2005Antifungal susceptibility and pathogenic potential of environmental isolated filamentous fungi compared with colonizing agents in immunocompromised patientsTeixeira, ABA; Silva, M; Lyra, L; Luz, EA; Uno, J; Takada, H; Miyaji, M; Nishimura, K; Schreiber, AZ-Artigo de periódico
2011In Vitro Evaluation of the Type of Interaction Obtained by the Combination of Terbinafine and Itraconazole, Voriconazole, or Amphotericin B against Dematiaceous MoldsBiancalana, FSC; Lyra, L; Schreiber, AZ-Artigo de periódico
2013Is the incidence of candidemia caused by Candida glabrata increasing in Brazil? Five-year surveillance of Candida bloodstream infection in a university reference hospital in southeast BrazilMoretti, ML; Trabasso, P; Lyra, L; Fagnani, R; Resende, MR; Cardoso, LGD; Schreiber, AZ-Artigo de periódico
2008Preanalytical conditions for broth microdilution antifungal susceptibility of Microsporum spp.Biancalana, FSC; Telles, PFG; Lyra, L; Schreiber, AZ-Artigo de periódico