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Genotyping and Antifungal Susceptibility Profile of Sequential Candida albicans Isolated from the Oral Cavity of HIV-Infected Individuals
Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
Objective: The study aimed to evaluate the genotypic profiles of C. albicans (Candida albicans) sequentially isolated throughout the course of HIV infections, and to determine its MIC (minimal inhibitory concentrations) to AMB (amphotericin B), FLC (fluconazole), KTC (ketoconazole), and ITC (itraconazole). Design: samples were collected from the oral cavity of HIV-positive individuals during 4 years, with a sterilized swab. MIC was performed by using the microdilution method AFST/EUCAST. Thedoi:10.17265/2328-2150/2018.04.006 fatcat:4qnqnf2nbje4dkbsmgmjopwehe