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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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Insights into the selective inhibition of Candida albicans secreted aspartyl protease: a docking analysis study.
Antifungal activity of the honey flavonoid extract against Candida albicans.
Candida albicans fungaemia following traumatic urethral catheterisation in a paraplegic patient with diabetes mellitus and candiduria treated by caspofungin.
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
Results also indicate that, in affected tissues, 6/4% were Candida albicans and 2/13% C.
talks with Sheila Neilsen-Preiss, principal investigator for the Micro-6 study of Candida albicans in microgravity.
16, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- VR Laboratories LLC today announced they have selected a lead product candidate based on preclinical activity to target Candida albicans (C.
Washington, Jan 4 (ANI): Women are most susceptible to infection, such as Candida albicans or other sexually transmitted diseases, during ovulation than at any other time during the reproductive cycle, according to a new researcher from Spain and Austria.
Candida albicans and Candida glabrata clinical isolates exhibiting reduced echinocandin susceptibility.
Candida albicans is the most common hospital-acquired fungal infection and can cause illness by sticking to and colonizing plastic surfaces implanted in the body such as catheters, cardiac devices or prosthetic joints.
The yeast fungus Candida albicans is normally associated with mild "thrush" infections of the genitals or mouth.