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corpus albicans

[′kȯr·pəs ′al·bə‚kanz]
(histology)
The white fibrous scar in an ovary; produced by the involution of the corpus luteum.
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13-16) Candida albicans is an opportunistic diploid fungus, with a worldwide distribution, and is the primary cause of candidiasis, which is often associated with immunosuppression.
albicans revealed that the solvent used in extraction procedure had significant effect (P<0.
A note on the experimental uptake and clearance of Candida albicans in a young captive gull (Larus sp.
albicans, but this time the incidence of symptomatic infection was higher: 59%.
albicans isolated from various infection sites from both HIV positive and HIV negative patients.
albicans to cause many types of infections and is responsible for most cases of candidiasis at both mucosal and systemic sites (Garcia-Vidal et al.
The objective of this study was to investigative the effects of ten plant extracts, six juices, and propolis and their combinations on the growth of oral pathogens Streptococcus mutans and Candida albicans in vitro.
Key words: pulmonary candidiasis, Candida albicans, fungal pneumonia, avian, sun conure, Aratinga solstitialis
Two fungal strains lot ATCC (Candida albicans and Aspergillus niger) from laboratories microbiologies the Pasteur Institute in Algiers and the University of Tiaret.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Candida albicans is a common fungus found living in, and on, many parts of the human body.
Of these cases, 25% are attributed to Candida albicans, other Candida species account for 25%, and Aspergillus species and other fungi account for the remainder.