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From: Effect of the crude extract of Eugenia uniflora in morphogenesis and secretion of hydrolytic enzymes in Candida albicans from the oral cavity of kidney transplant recipients

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Candida albicans111R, a highly filamentous strain obtained from the oral cavity of a kidney transplant recipient after 3 h of incubation in YPD + 20% FBS (A), Spider (B) and GlcNac (C) liquid media at 37°C, 200 rpm. Cells were either pre-cultivated in NGY broth in the absence (control experiments; lane 1) or presence of 2000 μg/ml (test experiments; lane 2) of the CE of Eugenia uniflora for 24 h, 200 rpm, 30°C of incubation, previously to the filamentation induction experiments.

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