Isolation of Atypical Candida albicans from the North Sea.

Applied and Environmental Microbiology
S A CrowD G Ahearn

Abstract

Isolates of Candida albicans with sparse filamentation and weak fermentation were isolated from the surface microlayer of the North Sea, but not from subsurface waters. Such atypical isolates may be misidentified by using normal taxonomic procedures.

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Jan 1, 1985·Critical Reviews in Microbiology·F C Odds
Nov 30, 1979·Mycopathologia·F Hinzelin, P Lectard
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Feb 1, 1978·Applied and Environmental Microbiology·J D Buck, P M Bubucis
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