Identification of Candida Species Isolated from Bovine Mastitic Milk and Their In Vitro Hemolytic Activity in Western Turkey

@article{eker2009IdentificationOC,
  title={Identification of Candida Species Isolated from Bovine Mastitic Milk and Their In Vitro Hemolytic Activity in Western Turkey},
  author={Esra Şeker},
  journal={Mycopathologia},
  year={2009},
  volume={169},
  pages={303-308}
}
In this study, identification of 207 Candida isolates, previously isolated from mastitic bovine quarter milk samples at the level of genus, was made using API 20 C AUX system. The most frequently isolated species were Candida krusei (34.8%), followed by Candida rugosa (16.4%), Candida kefyr (12.6%), Candida albicans (10.1%), and Candida tropicalis (9.2%). Less common isolates were Candida zeylanoides (5.8%), Candida parapsilosis (4.3%), Candida guilliermondii (3.4%), Candida famata (1.9%), and… CONTINUE READING

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