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Candida

[′kan·də·də]
(mycology)
A genus of yeastlike, pathogenic imperfect fungi that produce very small mycelia.

Candida

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After amplification, species was identified on 2% agarose gel along with 1kb DNA ladder (Generular), amplicons of size 510 base-pair (bp) were identified as Candida krusei, 520 bp as Candida parapsilosis, 524 bp as Candida tropicalis, 535 bp as Candida albicans and 871 bp as Candida glabrata Gender-wise distribution of Candida species was observed according to which more females 144(65.
2014) Combination of fluconazole with nonantifungal agents: a promising approach to cope with resistant Candida albicans infections and insight into new antifungal agent discovery.
Candida albicans is a common gastrointestinal flora that causes a wide range of severe manifestations when disseminated into the bloodstream.
Proteins, such as mucin, prevent mycelial development of Candida albicans, and histatin is bactericidal to this organism [25-28].
Also recorded that the incidence of Candida albicans isolated from broiler carcass and worker's hand swab samples was 4(18.
There are 150 - 200 different species of which Candida albicans is most common.
albicans germination and the pretreatment of Candida albicans and human buccal epithelial cells (HBEC) at sub-inhibitory concentration significantly reduced the adherence ability of Candida albicans to HBEC21.
In Candida albicans , white-opaque switchers are homozygous for mating type.
In our study out of 124 isolates isolated, 43% were Candida albicans and 57% were Non-Candida albicans.
Strains of Candida albicans (ATCC [sup][R] 90028[sup]™), Candida glabrata (ATCC [sup][R] 90030[sup]™), Candida krusei (ATCC [sup][R] 6258[sup]™) and Candida tropicalis (ATCC [sup][R]750[sup]™) were used as quality controls.
In animal studies, diets high in refined carbohydrates promote intestinal Candida albicans growth.
Table-II: Candida albicans and Candida non albicans among different groups by API.