Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, November 8th, 2005
"Episodes of Candida infection at a teaching hospital were investigated. During a 3-year period from 1998 to 2000, there were 53 cases of candidemia.
"Candida albicans (64.2%) was the most common causative species, followed by Candida glabrata (17.0%) and Candida paralosilosis (15.1%)," scientists writing in the Journal of Medical Microbiology report.
"Molecular analysis of a cluster of eight infections from a single unit was performed using Southern blotting with Ca3 probe hybridization. This showed that the...
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