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African Journal of Microbiology Research
Experiments were conducted to evaluate the in vitro antifungal activity and determine chemical composition of Origanum vulgare essential oils. Nine Candida albicans (five clinical animal isolates and four ATCC strains), and three non-albicans species were studied; broth microdilution technique (CLSI) was used. Eight samples of commercial O. vulgare were submitted to hydrodistillation (Clevenger), and essential oils obtained were analyzed by gas chromatograph. Values of minimum inhibitorydoi:10.5897/ajmr12.1149 fatcat:wok53atd4je4bead4iyz2cihrm