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fungistat

[′fən·jə‚stat]
(materials)
A compound that inhibits or prevents growth of fungi.
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The fungistatic activity of the essential oils was considered the difference between the percentages of spore germination inhibition between the two incubation periods.
They are characterized by high activity against dermatophytes, molds, and yeast-like organisms; fungistatic and antimicrobial action type; fairly good penetration into the stratum corneum of the epidermis; negligible toxicity; and lack mushrooms natural resistance to these drugs.
It may be concluded that the extract of green propolis has fungistatic potential against the fungus Lasiodiplodia theobromae, since alterations were observed in the growth rate of the samples growing in different concentrations of the extract.
19) For fungistatic and maximally fungicidal effects, the [C.
Inactivation of Candida BioFilms by nonthermal plasma and its enhancment for fungistatic effect of antifungal drugs.
6) Itraconazole is a fungistatic drug that inhibits ergosterol synthesis and, being highly lipophilic, is absorbed best when gavaged with food.
Instead, they use a combination of multifunctional agents such as the chelating agent caprylhydroxamic acid that have "excellent" efficacy as biostatic and fungistatic agents.
Fluconazole used to treat these affected birds is a fungistatic and has excellent activity against yeast (Ritchie et al.
They have antinociceptive and hypotensive activities as well as fungistatic properties against Candida albicans (Oger et al.
Antagonistic relationship was classified as no impact, fungistatic antagonism, territorial antagonism and mutual antagonism [17].
Naftifine has lipophilic and keratinophilic properties; further, it has clinically significant anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects, in addition to its potent fungicidal and fungistatic effects against dermatophytes, Dr.