|کد مقاله||کد نشریه||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||نسخه تمام متن|
|6287798||1299991||2016||8 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||دانلود رایگان|
- The data reported the first description of a Candida albicans/Candida rugosa biofilms.
- Non-albicans species emerge in co-colonization with C. albicans.
- Co-cultured biofilms showed CFU mLâ1 decreased that corresponding monospecies biofilms.
Denture liners have physical properties that favour plaque accumulation and colonization by Candida species, irritating oral tissues and causing denture stomatitis. To isolate and determine the incidence of oral Candida species in dental prostheses, oral swabs were collected from the dental prostheses of 66 patients. All the strains were screened for their ability to form biofilms; both monospecies and dual-species combinations were tested. Candida albicans (63Â %) was the most frequently isolated microorganism; Candida tropicalis (14Â %), Candida glabrata (13Â %), Candida rugosa (5Â %), Candida parapsilosis (3Â %), and Candida krusei (2Â %) were also detected. The XTT assay showed that C. albicans SC5314 possessed a biofilm-forming ability significantly higher (pÂ <Â 0.001) than non-albicans Candida strains, after 6Â h 37Â Â°C. The total C. albicans CFU from a dual-species biofilm was less than the total CFU of a monospecies C. albicans biofilm. In contrast to the profuse hyphae verified in monospecies C. albicans biofilms, micrographies showed that the C. albicans/non-albicans Candida biofilms consisted of sparse yeast forms and profuse budding yeast cells that generated a network. These results suggested that C. albicans and the tested Candida species could co-exist in biofilms displaying apparent antagonism. The study provide the first description of C. albicans/C. rugosa mixed biofilm.
Journal: Fungal Biology - Volume 120, Issue 4, April 2016, Pages 530-537