M Manning-Zweerink

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We tested 10 patient sera for the presence of immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibodies to Candida albicans and for C. albicans antigens by immunoblot analysis (i.e., electrotransfer blot radioimmunoassay) (G. E. Smith and M. D. Summers, J. Virol. 39:125-137, 1981). We evaluated sera from two patients at risk for candidiasis, five patients with systemic candidiasis(More)
Pathogenicity and virulence factors were studied for a wild-type strain of Candida albicans (MY 1044) and an auxotrophic, temperature-sensitive mutant strain (MY 1049) that was derived by ultraviolet irradiation. The mutant was a temperature-sensitive, serine auxotroph. Renal pathology and chemiluminescence of spleen cells from infected mice were assessed(More)
The production of extracellular proteinase by MY1049, a low-virulence mutant of Candida albicans, was compared with that of its wild-type parent, MY1044. Both strains were grown in a medium containing bovine serum albumin as a nitrogen source to induce proteinase production. Under these conditions, the proteinase activity per cell in the MY1049 cultures was(More)
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