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corpus albicans

[′kȯr·pəs ′al·bə‚kanz]
(histology)
The white fibrous scar in an ovary; produced by the involution of the corpus luteum.
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Candida albicans is the most abundant fungus in the oral microbiome and relies heavily on saliva as a source for essential elements.
Microorganisms used: Candida albicans MYA 2876, Candida albicans ATCC 90028, Candida parapsilosis ATCC 22019 e Candida krusei ATCC 6258.
The prevalence of non albicans species in our study were as follows C.tropicalis--20 (36%), C.glabrata--6 (11%), C.parapsilosis--4 (7%), C.krusei--1 (2%).
So, it was necessary to conduct a study about it and to find out the CaMDR1 gene from Candida albicans.
albicans y se cree que en ciertas concentraciones puede ser citotoxico, al comprometer la sintesis de ergosterol, pues afecta la membrana celular fungica y genera apoptosis celular (31).
Most frequently, pathogenic effects are caused by Candida albicans and to a lesser extent by other Candida spp.
albicans, colony morphology was determined by plating the cells on YPD agar plates in presence of subinhibitory concentration of MB (25 [micro]g/mL) as determined by growth curve experiments (data not shown) and incubated at 30[degrees]C for 2 days.
albicans infections due to the increase of DNA fragmentation and apoptosis, but without affecting conventional sperm parameters.
For comparison of antifungal drug resistance between Candida albicans and NAC, Chi-square test was used, and for comparison of drug resistance among different species of Candida, Kruskal-Wallis ANOVA test was applied.