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Trichoderma strains for pathogenic fungus?
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Published: 6 years ago

Trichoderma strains for pathogenic fungus?

In horticulture these strains are used to fight fungus:
Trichoderma Harzianum
T. koningii
T. polysporum
T. viride

Do you think they would be of any benefit for people that have severe fungal issues-- That is if they can thrive in an human intestinal environment?

Interesting that some of these strains produce chitinases and celluases ,which can effect fungus.

Don't know of any human trials with Trichoderma strains do you?

Maybe if Trichoderma's cell membrane is just as strong as Candida's cell membrane it would put up a better fight than baccillus laterosporus(chitinase producing organism).

Be interesting to see any research on the beneficial trichoderma strains.

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