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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On culture, growth of Candida dubliniensis was found positive on CHROMagar(r).
El primer aislamiento de Candida dubliniensis reportado en Venezuela fue en el ano 2002 (5), en donde se aislaron 16 cepas identificadas primero por metodos fenotipicos (CHROMagar Candida, test de termotolerancia y el agar Staib) y luego se corroboro la especie mediante el uso de la biologia molecular (RAPD) (6).
The Candida dubliniensis CdCDR1 gene is not essential for fluconazole resistance.
88% Candida glabrata, 75%, Candida kefyr & Candida krusei and 100% by Candida dubliniensis.
Candida dubliniensis bloodstream infection: a fatal case in a lung transplant recipient.
Isolation of Candida dubliniensis from the oral cavity of an positive child in Brazil.
Widespread geographic distribution of oral Candida dubliniensis strains in human immunodeficiency virus-infected individuals.
Additionally 5 isolates of Candida dubliniensis (S2-5, $2-6, S2-14, S636 and S645) from the Health Science Center, University of Texas (supplied by Dr.