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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

(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]
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albicans, which differ from those previously found (19,20) and our current results are more relevant.
Candida albicans was found to be the predominant species isolated in the current study followed by C.tropicalis.
Strains [mL.sup.-1]) [mL.sup.-1]) Candida albicans (ATCC 14053) 29.6 158.4 Candida albicans (ATCC 64546) 29.6 79.2 Candida krusei (ATCC 6258) 14.8 79.2 Candida albicans (LAC15) 29.6 158.4 Candida parapsilosis (LAC1) 29.6 79.2 Candida utilis (LAC2) 29.6 158.4 Candida kefyr (LAC4) 14.8 79.2 Candida albicans (LAC3) 14.8 158.4 Candida tropicalis (LAC6) 118.4 > 316.8 Candida albicans (LAC5) 14.8 79.2 Candida albicans (LAC13) 14.8 158.4 MIC MIC amB + amB Black tea ([micro]g.
The predominant species was Candida albicans (561) followed by Candida tropicaiis (38), Candida dubiiniensis (26) and Candida krusei (13) (Fig.
albicans, Bink y colaboradores (34) encontraron que in vitro los especimenes que crecian en presencia de diclofenaco tenian mayor susceptibilidad a la caspofungina.
Among the total 49 non-Candida albicans, 28 (57.14%) isolates were biofilm producers (Table 3).
Sobel, "Reduced fluconazole susceptibility of Candida albicans isolates in women with recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis: effects of long-term fluconazole therapy," Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease, vol.
albicans decreased early apoptotic cells by 14%, but increased late apoptosis cells by 67%, necrotic cells by 4% and DNA fragmentation index by 4.3%.
albicans being the most common isolate (30%), followed by C.
albicans is performed using systemic and topical antifungal, mainly from the group of azole drugs, the main representatives are ketoconazole, miconazole, itraconazole, fluconazole, voriconazole and posaconazole, which have the same mechanism of action, inhibiting the synthesis of ergosterol.