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Aislamiento de Candida dubliniensis en distintos materiales clinicos.
Neonatal septicaemia in a preterm infant due to Candida dubliniensis. Indian J Med Microbiol 2008;26(4):382-385.
Here we report a case of 21-year-old female with toe nail infection due to Candida dubliniensis.
Simple, inexpensive, reliable method for differentiation of candida dubliniensis from candida albicans.
Evaluation of Diverse Phenotypic Methods for Differenting between Candida dubliniensis and Candida albicans
Candida dubliniensis is an opportunistic yeast species phenotypically and genetically closely related to C.
"Candida dubliniensis: A novel emerging specie." Ann Biol Clin (Paris), 2007; 65(1):13-19.
In our study most common species isolated was Candida albicans (49%) followed by Candida tropicalis (20%) Candida glabrata (9%), Candida kefyr (8%) Candida krusei (8%), Candida parapsilosis (3%) and Candida dubliniensis 3% similar observations were documented by L.