Candida tropicalis


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Related to Candida tropicalis: Candida albicans, Candida parapsilosis, Candida glabrata

Candida tropicalis

a species occasionally associated with candidiasis.

Candida tropicalis var tropicalis

A fungus that is an opportunistic pathogen in patients with impaired innate immunity, bone marrow transplantation or neoplasia, especially associated with surgery or indwelling devices, and accompanied by multidrug resistance.
 
Clinical conditions
Endocarditis, meningitis, osteomyelitis, pneumonia, spondylodiscitis, rupture of hollow organs (e.g., stomach, bladder).

Classification
1. Ascomycota.
2. Saccharomycotina.
3. Saccharomycetes.
4. Saccharomycetidae.
5. Saccharomycetales.
6. Candida.
7. Candida tropicalis.

Can·di·da tro·pi·ca·lis

(kan'di-dă trop-i-kā'lis)
A yeast species occasionally associated with candidiasis.

Candida tropicalis

A Candida species that, unlike C. albicans, does not produce germ tubes and does not hydrolyze urea. It is responsible for bloodborne infections in patients with diabetes mellitus, leukemias and lymphomas.
See also: Candida
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Multilocus sequence typing for differentiation of strains of Candida tropicalis.
Candida tropicalis was isolated from two separate peripheral blood cultures on days consistent with a worsening clinical picture.
The objective of this study was to develop an analytical method capable of characterizing phenanthrene metabolites resulting from biotransformation by Candida tropicalis CP1-1.
Antifungal activity was carried out against Candida albicans, Candida glabrata, Candida krusei and Candida tropicalis.
1978) which cannot be observed in Candida tropicalis strain due to its inability to form germ tubes.
Emergence of Candida tropicalis as the major cause of fungaemia in India.
Development of medium by the combined treatment of steam explosion and chemical decompostition of peanut shells for production of xylitol by Candida tropicalis.
1) Candida albicans is thought to be the most common causative agent, although infections by Candida tropicalis and Candida glabrata have been reported.
Carbon source baiting will be used for such pathogens as Nocardia, Candida tropicalis, Aspergillus, Pseudomonas and a variety of nontuberculous mycobactera.
Aspergillus flavus and Candida tropicalis from pineapple is in line with the work of Efiuvwevwere [4] who reported that Aspergillus sp.
Antifungal activity of the chloroform extract of Hypericum ternum against Candida spp Hypericum ternum (chloroform) Amphotericin B Ketoconazole Candida tropicalis 250 15 3 (CEREMIC 131-2000) Candida parapsilosis 1000 30 25 (CEREMIC 118-2000) Candida glabrata 500 30 5 (CEREMIC 115-2000) Candida lusitaniae 1000 10 10 (CEREMIC 124-2000) Candida krusei 500 0.
Improvement Of Nutritional Value Of Pomace From Kunun-Zaki Production By Fermentation With Candida tropicalis.