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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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* Even in HIV infected individuals candida albicans was the commonest species isolated in our study; candida dubliniensis is said to be exclusively common in the oral lesions of HIV patients, which however accounted only for (2%) in our study.
Germ tube test negative may occur for some strains of Candida albicans and Candida dubliniensis. The test at 45[grados]C preliminary identify 11 strains as C.
Candida dubliniensis candidemia in patients with chemotherapy-induced neutropenia and bone marrow transplantation.
Candida tropicalis and Candida dubliniensis have been regarded as high biofilm producers, and sessile cells within this community have been found to be resistant to antifungal agents [5-7].
(1), (2), (11) One of the newest discovered forms, Candida dubliniensis, has a lot in common with C.
Abstract Candida dubliniensis is a newly described fungal opportunistic pathogen that is closely related phylogenetically to C.
Mechanisms of antifungal drug resistance in Candida dubliniensis. Future Microbiology 5, 935-949.
Experimental systemic virulence of oral Candida dubliniensis isolates in comparison with Candida albicans, Candida tropicalis and Candida krusei.
Identification of Candida dubliniensis based on temperature and utilization of xylose and alpha-methyl-D-glucoside as determined with the API 20C AUX and Vitek YBC systems.
Prevalence of Candida dubliniensis fungemia at a large teaching hospital.
by randomly amplified polymorphic DNA analysis and differentiation between Candida albicans and Candida dubliniensis by direct PCR methods.