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Polymeric compositions of medical devices account for the variations in Candida albicans biofilm structural morphology
Current Research in Environmental & Applied Mycology
The increase in the number of fungal infections has been associated with the prevalent use of medical devices. This study assessed the morphological structure of Candida albicans biofilms on the surfaces of medical devices using scanning electron microscopy and characterized the polymeric compositions of these medical devices using infrared spectroscopic study. Biofilms on the surfaces of these medical devices exhibited variations in morphological topographies ranging from the presence ofdoi:10.5943/cream/10/1/1 fatcat:edens3herjgetfj5ygrtqcufnq