1953 年 73 巻 2 号 p. 156-158
Fungistatic and sporostatic effects of some mercury compounds were tested against pathogenic fungi, such as Trychophyton interdigitale and Achorion Schoenleinii. The best effects were found in Merthiolate and phenylmercuric acetate which were able to completely inhibit the growth of fungi in 1:1, 024, 000 and 1:258, 000 dilutions, respectively. On the other hand, Mercurochrome and Salyrgan were totally ineffective. It was additionally found that the bacteriostatic and fungistatic actions were more or less parallel in mercurial compounds.