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Title: ISOLATION IDENTIFICATION AND ANTIFUNGAL SUSCEPTIBILITY PATTERN OF CANDIDA ALBICANS FROM VARIOUS CLINICAL SAMPLES AND DETECTION OF ERG11 GENE IN FLUCONAZOLE RESISTANT CANDIDA ALBICANS ISOLATES
Keywords: Candida albicans, Antifungal susceptibility testing, Fluconazole, ERG 11 gene.
Researcher: B.P.L.PREMA NANDINI
Guide(s): DR. AMBIKA BHATIANI
Registration Date: 02.06.2017
Abstract: Candida albicans is the most common infectious agent among Candida species, accounting for 60-80% of infections.The emerging pathogens are resistant to conventional antifungal therapy. newlineAim:To determine the prevalence of Candida albicans ,its antifungal susceptibility pattern ,and to determine that ERG 11 gene is responsible for resistance of Fluconazole in C.albicans isolates from various clinical samples. newlineObjective: To isolate and identify Candida albicansphenotypically ,to determine its antifungal susceptibility pattern and to detect ERG11 gene in Fluonazole resistant C.albicans isolates. newlineMaterials and Methods:All Candida albicans isolates will be recovered from various clinical samples for a period of 12-18 months and will be identified by conventional methods . Antifungal susceptibility testing will be done by using Disk diffusion method according to CLSI guide lines. Inclusion criteria-Repetitive isolate per patientsspecimen.Exlusion criteria- cultures in which more than one bacteria and fungi are grown. newline
Language: English
Appears in Department:Department of Medical Microbiology

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