Changes in internal and external pH accompanying growth of Candida albicans: studies of non-dimorphic variants

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Non-dimorphic variants of Candida albicans, which were unable to form germ tubes or mature hyphae in media containing amino acids, glucose and salts or N-acetylglucosamine or serum, were prepared from two hyphal positive laboratory strains using a physical separation method. The hyphal-minus phenotype was stable and may be due to mutations or phenotypic… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00414430

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@article{Stewart1989ChangesII, title={Changes in internal and external pH accompanying growth of Candida albicans: studies of non-dimorphic variants}, author={Elaine Stewart and Stephen P Hawser and Neil A R Gow}, journal={Archives of Microbiology}, year={1989}, volume={151}, pages={149-153} }