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Fig. 14 | BMC Microbiology

Fig. 14

From: Identification, genotyping, and pathogenicity of Trichosporon spp. Isolated from Giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)

Fig. 14

Pathological sections of tissue damaged by Trichosporon asteroides (JYZ1255) infection. a: Hepatocyte necrosis, hepatic sinusoidal congestion, and unclear hepatic cord structure; b1: Abscess of the dermis, necrosis of muscle tissue, and blood capillary congestion; b2: Epidermis with a large area of blood stasis and abscess; c1: Thickening of granular layer of skin and cuticle; c2: Infiltration of neutrophilic granulocytes into the epidermis; d: Hepatocyte necrosis and hepatic sinusoidal congestion; E1: A large number of neutrophils infiltrated into the reticular layer, muscle tissue, and dermis, and some cells are necrotic; E2: Osteonecrosis of the dermis and hyperplasia of connective tissue; F: Thickening of granular layer of skin and cuticle; G1: Spores stained with periodic acid/Schiff stain (PAS) in the reticular layer of the skin of a mouse in group B; G2: Spores stained with PAS in the dermis and spore germination in a mouse in group B; H: Spores stained with PAS in the dermis of a mouse in group E

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