Candida kefyr

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).

1. Ascomycota.
2. Saccharomycotina.
3. Saccharomycetes.
4. Saccharomycetidae.
5. Saccharomycetales.
6. Candida.
7. Candida tropicalis.
References in periodicals archive ?
But Candida kefyr, C.zeylanoides, C.lusitaniae, C.lipolytica were not identified by Hicrome.
In order to examine the process, the samples were contaminated with the yeast Candida kefyr. C[O.sub.2] content was continuously measured by a TDLAS device specially constructed for these measurements.
Zauk, "Maternal sepsis, chorioamnionitis, and congenital Candida kefyr infection in premature twins," The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, vol.
The species identified were as follows: Candida guilliermondii 1, Candida guilliermondii 2, Candida famata, Candida kefyr, Candida inconspicua, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and Cryptococcus albidus (Table 1).
Candida kefyr as an emerging pathogen causing nosocomial bloodstream infections in neutropenic leukemia patients.
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.
Differential effects of the combination of caspofungin and terbinafine against Candida albicans, Candida dubliniensis and Candida kefyr. Int J Antimicrob Agents.
Although the possible mechanism was not determined, the administration of nitrate with [beta]1-4 galactooligosaccharide (GOS), yeast (Candida kefyr strain), Lactic acid bacteria (Lactococcus lactis subsp.
kefyr, Debaryomyces hansenii, Pichia kluyveri 1996 Belgica Candida kefyr, C.
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 0.7 1 (CEREMIC 117-2000) Candida kefyr 500 0.7 5 (CEREMIC 123-2000) Candida colliculosa 500 1.5 0.7 (CEREMIC 122-2000) Table 3.