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albicans

 [al´bĭ-kans] (L.)
white.

White

(wīt),
Paul Dudley, U.S. cardiologist, 1886-1973. See: Lee-White method, Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.

white

(wīt),
The color resulting from commingling of all the rays of the spectrum; the color of chalk or of fresh snow.
Synonym(s): albicans (1)
[A.S. hwīt]

albicans

/al·bi·cans/ (al´bĭ-kans) [L.] white.

albicans

[al′bikənz]
Etymology: L, albus, white
white or whitish. See also corpus albicans.

albicans

(1) White, whitish. 
(2) Corpus albicans [NA6, NH3].

cor·pus al·bi·cans

(kōr'pŭs al'bi-kanz) [TA]
A retrogressed corpus luteum, characterized by a shrinking cicatricial core surrounded by an amorphous, convoluted, completely hyalinized lutein zone.
Synonym(s): albicans (2) .

white

(wīt)
The color resulting from commingling of all the rays of the spectrum; the color of chalk or of snow.
Synonym(s): albicans (1) .
[A.S. hwīt]

albicans

[L.] white.
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Soll, "Genetic similarity and phenotypic diversity of commensal and pathogenic strains of Candida albicans isolated from the oral cavity," Journal of Clinical Microbiology, vol.
albicans biofilms compared to those of fluconazole by studying the cellular stress production and the antioxidant response in biofilms.
Para el metodo de microdilucion en caldo, se preparo por turbidimetria un inoculo de Candida albicans de 1 - 5 x [10.
In vitro susceptibility and biotypes of Candida albicans isolates from the oral cavities of patients infected with human immunodeficiency virus.
albicans isolates from patients in internal medicine wards surgical wards and surgical intensive care units and reported that C.
7) Candida albicans and C tropicalis were isolated at necropsy from the respiratory tract of 2 chickens showing granulomatous nodular lesions.
albicans to be used as a non-growing cell suspension were grown in Sabouraud's dextrose medium for 15 hours at 37C.
albicans which was not statistically significant except for amphotericin B which was significant (P < 0.
In vitro activity of itraconazole against fluconazole-susceptible and -resistant Candida albicans isolates from oral cavities of patients infected with human immunodeficiency virus.