Author: admin, 26.04.2014Candida glabrata (Torulopsis glabrata) is currently the second most frequent organism isolated from superficial and invasive fungal infections, after Candida albicans, and contrary to the latter, exhibits resistance to azole derivatives .
Evidence from comparative genomics for a complete sexual cycle in the 'asexual' pathogenic yeast Candida glabrata. Functional genomic analysis of fluconazole susceptibility in the pathogenic yeast Candida glabrata: roles of calcium signaling and mitochondria.
Phenotypic switching and mating type switching of Candida glabrata at sites of colonization. Cloning of the Candida glabrata TRP1 and HIS3 genes, and construction of their disruptant strains by sequential integrative transformation. An adhesin of the yeast pathogen Candida glabrata mediating adherence to human epithelial cells.
Happens you leave yeast infection untreated|
Candida dieet behandeling