Candida dubliniensis


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Candida dubliniensis

A Candida species that resembles Candida albicans and is capable of causing thrush. It differs from C. albicans in its inability to grow in the laboratory at temperatures exceeding 94° F (42° C).
See also: Candida
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Identification of four distinct genotypes of Candida dubliniensis and detection of microevolution in vitro and in vivo.
The closely related species Candida albicans and Candida dubliniensis can mate.
Newly investigated avian-associated and human isolates of Candida dubliniensis, Ireland * Isolate Source Year of Location DST isolation ([dagger]) SL411 Ixodes uriae ticks 2007 GSI 27 SL422 I.
Identification and expression of multidrug transporters responsible for fluconazole resistance in Candida dubliniensis.
Retrospective identification of Candida dubliniensis among Candida albicans clinical laboratory isolates from HIV and non-HIV individuals.
Coaggregation of Candida dubliniensis with Fusobacterium nucleatum.
Candida dubliniensis and Candida albicans display surface variations consistent with observed intergeneric coaggregation.
In vitro susceptibility of Candida dubliniensis to current and new antifungal agents.
Distinctive carbohydrate assimilation profiles used to identify the first clinical isolates of Candida dubliniensis recovered in the United States.
A novel group I intron in Candida dubliniensis is homologous to a Candida albicans intron.
Simple, inexpensive, reliable method for differentiation of Candida dubliniensis from Candida albicans.