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kefir

[ke′fir]
(food engineering)
A low-alcohol-content beverage prepared from cow's milk treated with Lactobacillus casei and then fermented by the action of Saccharomyces kefir on kefir grain.
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kefyr (82%); the incidence density for the species increased substantially over time (Figure 1) and was positively associated with the annual use of echinocandins (p = 0.
90] values for isolates from humans, at a 10 mg/kg oral dose delivered once daily in cockatiels, the AUC: MIC for C albicans, C krusei, C glabrata, C parapsilosis, C tropicalis, C lusitaniae, and C kefyr is 298.
To examine the effect of GOS and yeast (Candida kefyr strain: Y8A) culture on the nitrate-induced poisoning, nitrate with or without GOS and Y8A was directly administered into the rumen via fistula as single dose 30 min after the morning feeding.
Contemporaneous Cultures Positive for Candida Species in Standard and/or Myco/F Lytic Bottles Standard Myco/F Lytic Both C albicans 4 1 6 C parapsilosis 1 2 5 C glabrata 2 1 4 C tropicalis 1 0 3 C pararugosa 0 0 1 C kefyr 1 0 0 Total 9 4 19
Urine cultures were positive for Candida kefyr, but the patient showed no evidence of candidemia.