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Recombinagenicity of caffeine for Candida albicans

Mycopathologia

May 1, 1990

A Sarachek, Lydia M Henderson

PMID: 2195351

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Caffeine at concentrations of 0.5 x 10(-2) M or higher inhibited cell replication and induced gene segregations in Candida albicans cultured on defined complete medium. Both responses increased incrementally with increasing caffeine concentrations, and were more severe during incubation...read more

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Candida albicans
Systemic Candidiasis
Recombination, Genetic
Genotoxic Stress
DNA, Fungal
Antibiotic Resistance, Microbial
Adenine
Base Excision Repair
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Recombinagenicity of caffeine for Candida albicans

Mycopathologia

May 1, 1990

A Sarachek, Lydia M Henderson

PMID: 2195351

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Abstract

Caffeine at concentrations of 0.5 x 10(-2) M or higher inhibited cell replication and induced gene segregations in Candida albicans cultured on defined complete medium. Both responses increased incrementally with increasing caffeine concentrations, and were more severe during incubation...read more

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Monospan
Quick-Pep
Candida albicans
Systemic Candidiasis
Recombination, Genetic

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