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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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Candida glabrata, Candida albicans, and Candida krusei were the most common strains isolated from the material collected from mobile phone surfaces.
Navazesh M, Wood GJ, Brightman VJ (1995) Relationship between salivary flow rates and Candida albicans counts.
Calderone (2002) stated that Candida albicans is commensal and a constituent of the normal gut flora comprising microorganisms that live in the human mouth and gastrointestinal tract.
Recordo Camara que Candida Hofer, nacida en Eberswalde, Alemania en 1944, fue discipula de Bernd y Hilla Becher, dos fotografos que marcaron la fotografia contemporanea alemana.
There are 150 - 200 different species of which Candida albicans is most common.
The lack of suitable diagnostics complicates patient treatment and changes on the empiric treatment of invasive Candida spp.
Candida strains were collected from various clinical samples like urine, exudates, blood and sputum (confirmed as Candida by observing the characteristic budding yeast cells with pseudohyphae in gram stain and 10% KOH mounts).
The test was made even more challenging by the role's proud and sterling provenance: Candida had originally been portrayed onstage by no less than the peerless stage actress, Daisy Hontiveros-Avellana, who has been hailed as a National Artist for the thespic arts.
Get the lab to review other potential Candida cases or Candida species you might have.
4] Therefore, species identification and determination of antifungal susceptibility pattern of the Candida isolates will help in early diagnosis and prompt therapeutic intervention.
Currently, the most commonly isolated agent in cases of invasive candidiasis is Candida albicans, but the frequency of non-albicans species is gradually increasing.
auris is closely related to other less virulent strains of yeast in the Candida genus, initial laboratory testing is often unable to conclusively diagnose it (CDC, 2017c).