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n. pl. fur·fu·res (-fyə-rēz′)
An epidermal scale, as that associated with dandruff.

[Latin, bran, scales.]


n, pl furfures (ˈfɜːfjʊˌriːz; -fəˌriːz)
1. (Pathology) a scaling of the skin; dandruff
2. (Physiology) any scale of the epidermis
[C17: from Latin: bran, scurf]
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En sik saptanan maya malassezia furfur olarak belirtilmistir.
Malassezia furfur is the most commonly recognized Malassezia species in humans.
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EGRF inhibitoru kullanilan immun sistemi baskilanmis hastalarda, normal mikrofloranin da uyesi olan Malassezia furfur folikuliti de ayinci tarnida unutulmamalidir (8).
Colonisation of living skin equivalents by Malassezia furfur.
Growth of the dimorphic yeast Malassezia furfur was also inhibited by Usnea-extract.
Comments: Developed from pomegranate peel, Adandrine completely inhibits the growth of fungus Malassezia furfur, restores the balance of the epidermal differentiation process by boosting the synthesis of involucrin and strengthens the function barrier.
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