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corpus al·bi·cans

The white fibrous scar tissue in an ovary that results after the involution and regression of the corpus luteum.

[New Latin corpus albicāns : Latin corpus, body + New Latin albicāns, whitening.]
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Fungal culture of samples of the lungs and brain, and pooled samples from the skin grew Candida albicans.
glaucescens on oral pathogens such as Candida albicans, Streptococcus mutans and Staphylococcus saprophyticus.
Candida albicans is the yeast species most commonly associated with oropharyngeal and systemic candidiasis in immunocompromised persons.
Limited antifungal drugs, their high toxicity, and the emergence of resistant Candida albicans strains indicate the need for novel therapeutic strategies.
PLAYA HERRADURA, COSTA RICA -- A live intravaginal challenge with Candida albicans indicates that local immunity at the vulvovaginal epithelium protects some women from symptomatic infection while promoting symptomatic infection in others, according to a study presented at a conference on vaginitis sponsored by lmedex.
Although oropharyngeal candidiasis--commonly known as thrush--is primarily caused by Candida albicans, other Candida species are emerging, including C.
albicans Screen is a rapid test for use in the presumptive identification of Candida albicans.
albicans also causes thrush, a sore throat prevalent in people with compromised immune systems.
Mycologic examination of the 95 samples revealed the presence of 73 fungal isolates in 71 patients (two patients had mixed A fumigatus and C albicans infection) (table 2).
Ionic silver also kills moulds (fungi) including yeast such as Candida albicans.
Candida albicans is an opportunistic human fungal pathogen which causes disease mainly in immuno-compromised patients.
Purpose: The present study investigated the antifungal effect of 2',4,-dihydroxy-5'-(1'",1'"-dimethylallyl)- 8-prenylpinocembrin (8PP, formerly 6PP), a natural prenylflavonoid, on Candida albicans biofilms, and compared this with an azole antifungal (fluconazole) by studying the cellular stress and antioxidant response.