Ochratoxin A production by strains of Aspergillus niger var. niger.
M L Abarca;M R Bragulat;G Castellá;F J Cabañes.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1994)
What is the source of ochratoxin A in wine
F.J Cabañes;F Accensi;M.R Bragulat;M.L Abarca.
International Journal of Food Microbiology (2002)
An easy screening method for fungi producing ochratoxin A in pure culture
M.R Bragulat;M.L Abarca;F.J Cabañes.
International Journal of Food Microbiology (2001)
Aspergillus carbonarius as the main source of ochratoxin A contamination in dried vine fruits from the Spanish market.
M. L. Abarca;F. Accensi;M. R. Bragulat;G. Castellá.
Journal of Food Protection (2003)
Current importance of ochratoxin A-producing Aspergillus spp.
M. L. Abarca;F. Accensi;M. R. Bragulat;F. J. Cabañes.
Journal of Food Protection (2001)
Ochratoxigenic species from Spanish wine grapes.
M. Bau;M.R. Bragulat;M.L. Abarca;S. Minguez.
International Journal of Food Microbiology (2005)
Collaborative Evaluation of Optimal Antifungal Susceptibility Testing Conditions for Dermatophytes
Belkys Fernández-Torres;Francisco J. Cabañes;Alfonso J. Carrillo-Muñoz;Alexandre Esteban.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology (2002)
Dermatophytes isolated from domestic animals in Barcelona, Spain
F. J. Cabañes;Ma L. Abarca;Ma R. Bragulat.
Occurrence of Malassezia spp. in the external ear canals of dogs and cats with and without otitis externa
M. J. Crespo;M. L. Abarca;F. J. Cabañes.
Medical Mycology (2002)
New PCR method to differentiate species in the Aspergillus niger aggregate
F. Accensi;J. Cano;L. Figuera;M.L. Abarca.
Fems Microbiology Letters (1999)
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