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Table 3 MIC and MFC values of hydrolate product of C. capitatus compared to EO against Candida strains

From: Evaluation of antimicrobial activity of the hydrolate of Coridothymus capitatus (L.) Reichenb. fil. (Lamiaceae) alone and in combination with antimicrobial agents

YeastsHydrolateHydrolateEOEO
 MIC% v/vMFC% v/vMIC% v/vMFC% v/v
C. albicans ATCC 9002812.5 (0.017)a12.5 (0.017)a0.1250.125
C. albicans ATCC 1023112.5 (0.017)12.5 (0.017)0.1250.125
C. albicans 183 (c.s.)12.5 (0.017)12.5 (0.017)0.2500.250
C. krusei 398 (c.s.)25 (0.035)25 (0.035)0.2500.250
C. glabrata ATCC 900306.25 (0.009)12.5 (0.017)0.1250.125
C. glabrata 32–09 (c.s.)6.25 (0.009)25 (0.035)0.1250.250
C. norvegensis (c.s.)50 (0.070)50 (0.070)0.2500.250
C. lusitaniae (c.s.)50 (0.070)50 (0.070)0.1250.250
C. valida (c.s.)50 (0.070)50 (0.070)0.2500.250
C. guillermondii (c.s.)12.5 (0.017)25 (0.035)0.2500.250
C. parapsilosis (c.s.)12.5 (0.017)25 (0.035)0.1250.125
C. tropicalis (c.s.)25 (0.035)50 (0.070)0.1250.125
  1. c.s. Clinical strains
  2. (As essential oil % (v/v) content in hydrolate product)a