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Candida

 [kan´dĭ-dah]
a genus of yeastlike fungi that are commonly part of the normal flora of the mouth, skin, intestinal tract, and vagina, but can cause a variety of infections. C. al´bicans is the usual pathogen in humans. See also candidiasis.

Candida

(kan'did-ă),
A genus of yeastlike fungi, formerly called Monilia, commonly found in nature; a few species are isolated from the skin, feces, and vaginal and pharyngeal tissue, but the gastrointestinal tract is the source of the single most important species, Candida albicans. Formerly called Monilia.
[L. candidus, dazzling white]

Candida

/Can·di·da/ (kan´dĭ-dah) a genus of yeastlike fungi that are commonly part of the normal flora of the mouth, skin, intestinal tract, and vagina, but can cause a variety of infections (see candidiasis ). C. al´bicans is the usual pathogen.

candida

(kăn′dĭ-də)
n.
Any of various fungi of the genus Candida that are found especially on the skin and in the mucous membranes of the mouth, intestinal tract, and vagina and that may become pathogenic, such as C. albicans, the causative agent of thrush.

Candida

[kan′didə]
Etymology: L, candidus, white
a genus of yeast, including the common pathogen Candida albicans, which is an agent of opportunistic oral and genital infections in humans. Formerly called Monilia.

Can·di·da

(kan'di-dă)
A genus of yeast fungi found in nature; a few species are isolated from the skin, feces, and vaginal and pharyngeal tissue, but the gastrointestinal tract is the primary source of the single most important species, C. albicans.
[L. candidus, dazzling white]

candida

Any yeast-like fungus species of the genus Candida especially CANDIDA ALBICANS.

Candida

A yeast-like fungal organism.

Can·di·da

(kan'di-dă)
Common genus of yeastlike fungi; species are isolated from the skin, feces, and vaginal and pharyngeal tissue, but gastrointestinal tract is the source of the most important species.
[L. candidus, dazzling white]

Candida

a genus of yeast, commonly part of the normal flora of the mouth, skin, intestinal tract and vagina, but can cause a variety of diseases. Most infections are associated with predisposing factors, particularly immune suppression. Only C. albicans is commonly associated with disease. See also candidiasis.

Candida albicans
causes thrush in the mouth, crop, proventriculus and the gizzard of birds, and stomatitis, pneumonia and miscellaneous infections in other species. See candidiasis. Previously called Monilia albicans.
Candida glabrata, Candida guilliermondii, Candida krusei, Candida pseudotropicalis, Candida rugosa, Candida tropicalis
have been associated with mastitis in cattle.
Candida parapsilosis
associated with necrotizing placentitis and abortion in cattle.
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All clinical samples were collected for subsequent laboratory analyses, including the GM antigen test, and Aspergillus fumigatus and Candida albicans PCR tests, from 194 neutropenic episodes for blood culture, 61 episodes for urine culture, 34 episodes for sputum culture, 12 episodes for catheter culture, two episodes for tracheal aspirate (TRA), and one episode for bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL), throat swab, wound swab, brain biopsy material, and pleural material cultures.
Con relacion a las levaduras se clasificaron presuntivamente como Candida albicans o Candida spp previo al 2010, ano a partir del cual se implemento el uso del CHROMagarCandida(r), permitiendo la identificacion de las demas especies de Candida.
Phagocytosis in neonates: determination of normal values for the micro technique phagocytosis and intracellular death of Candida Albicans
Ademas, 87,9% del grupo de pacientes que al ingreso presentaban Candida albicans (n=37) como unico agente patogeno clasificaron el prurito como de intensidad severa o moderada.
mentagrophytes, Aspergillus flavus, Candidas albicans e Monosporascus cannonballus (17, 34).
In this speech, he carefully fine tunes his revolutionary goals as he depicts a superior image of "Madre America" who opens her arms to all heterogeneous aspects of Latin America: "una America sin suspicacias pueriles ni con fianzas candidas, que convida sin miedo a la fortuna de su hogar a las razas todas" (Oc VI, 133-40).
Entumeze tus candidas arenas/ De granos de oro, y de esmeraldas llenas/ Por estos dos ingenios singulares,/ Y diles Manganares/ A Griegos, y Latinos,/ Que vengan peregrinos/ A rendir a su Templo,/ Con tan raros escritos por exemplo,/ Leyes, Versos.
Incluso se ha postulado que existiria una sintomatologia <<especifica>> para infecciones por candidas cuando, en realidad, la inmensa mayoria de esos cuadros especificos son debidos a una infeccion estafilococica.
Obtencion de agar microbiologico a partir de Gracilaria verrucosa: Ensayos de productividad en con diferentes especies de candidas.
AR: Una tonadilla local daba testimonio de las causas y resultados de sus maquinaciones, en estas candidas palabras:
no es entregar lo santo a los perros, cuando entregais vuestras hijas candidas e inocentes a esos hombres viciosos, que tanto abundan en nuestros infelices y desgraciados dias; a esos hombres jugadores, iracundos, blasfemos, glotones, y peores que los perros rabiosos, de cuya sana son victimas vuestras hijas, sus infelices esposas?