Use of specialised isolation media for recognition and identification ofCandida dubliniensis isolates from HIV-infected patients

@article{Schoofs1997UseOS,
  title={Use of specialised isolation media for recognition and identification ofCandida dubliniensis isolates from HIV-infected patients},
  author={A. J. G. Schoofs and Frank C. Odds and Robert Colebunders and Margareta M. Ieven and Herman Goossens},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases},
  year={1997},
  volume={16},
  pages={296-300}
}
During a study of oral rinses of 130 HIV-infected individuals, both typical and atypicalCandida albicans colonies were isolated from ten patients on a yeast differential medium. TypicalCandida albicans colonies were light green; atypical colonies were dark green. Both types of colonies were germ tube-positive and produced chlamydospores. However, DNA fingerprinting of the atypical isolates with the Ca3Candida albicans-specific probe showed that they belonged to the recently described… CONTINUE READING

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