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DATE

1964-11

AUTHORS

Anna Kocková-Kratochvílová, V. Stuchlík Jun., Mária Pokorná

ABSTRACT

Basic nutritional conditions were studied in 30 strains ofCandida albicans comprising slightly, moderately and highly pathogenic cultures. It was found that the given strains had no special requirements as far as growth substances were concerned and that even after tenfold transfer they continued to reproduce on minimum medium. A mixture of the most important amino acids only slightly stimulated growth, but tended to stimulate alcohol and total acid synthesis. Its stimulating effect was strongest in the group of highly pathogenic strains. The only treatment which markedly stimulated and accelerated reproduction, especially in the initial phase of growth of the culture, was a combination of four vitamins—biotin, calcium pantothenate, nicotinic acid and thiamine. Differences were also found in the dry weight increase; cultures with a rapid, slow and moderate rate of growth were differentiated, according to the size of their economic coefficient. The group of slightly pathogenic strains also had different economic coefficients from moderately and highly pathogenic strains. There was no significant difference between moderately and highly pathogenic strains. One strain differed from all the rest by reproducing well in minimum medium without amino acids or vitamins; its rate of reproduction in minimum medium was the same as in medium enriched with amino acids. More... »

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361-368

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1963-09. GenusCandida berkhout in FOLIA MICROBIOLOGICA
  • 1963-03. The genusCandida berkhout in FOLIA MICROBIOLOGICA
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