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    1. Anil, S; Ellepola, ANB; Samaranayake, LP
      The impact of chlorhexidine gluconate on the relative cell surface hydrophobicity of oval Candida albicans

      ORAL DISEASES
    2. Ellepola, ANB; Samaranayake, LP
      Adjunctive use of chlorhexidine in oval candidoses: a review

      ORAL DISEASES
    3. Rocha, CRC; Schroppel, K; Harcus, D; Marcil, A; Dignard, D; Taylor, BN; Thomas, DY; Whiteway, M; Leberer, E
      Signaling through adenylyl cyclase is essential for hyphal growth and virulence in the pathogenic fungus Candida albicans

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    4. Samaranayake, YH; Samaranayake, LP
      Experimental oral candidiasis in animal models

      CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    5. Cho, T; Sudoh, M; Tanaka, T; Nakashima, Y; Chibana, H; Kaminishi, H
      Isolation and expression of a gene (CGR1) regulated during the yeast-hyphal transition in Candida albicans

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    6. Niimi, K; Shepherd, MG; Cannon, RD
      Distinguishing Candida species by beta-N-acetylhexosaminidase activity

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Oh, KB; Miyazawa, H; Naito, T; Matsuoka, H
      Purification and characterization of an autoregulatory substance capable of regulating the morphological transition in Candida albicans

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    8. Bahn, YS; Sundstrom, P
      CAP1, an adenylate cyclase-associated protein gene, regulates bud-hypha transitions, filamentous growth, and cyclic AMP levels and is required for virulence of Candida albicans

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    9. Noverr, MC; Phare, SM; Toews, GB; Coffey, MJ; Huffnagle, GB
      Pathogenic yeasts Cryptococcus neoformans and Candida albicans produce immunomodulatory prostaglandins

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    10. Biswas, SK; Yokoyama, K; Nishimura, K; Miyaji, M
      Effect of pH, carbon source and K+ on the Na+-inhibited germ tube formation of Candida albicans

      MEDICAL MYCOLOGY
    11. Cho, T; Hamatake, H; Hagihara, Y; Kaminishi, H
      Inhibitors of protein phosphorylation including the retinoblastoma proteininduce germination of Candida albicans

      MEDICAL MYCOLOGY
    12. Ernst, JF
      Transcription factors in Candida albicans - environmental control of morphogenesis

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    13. Soong, TW; Yong, TF; Ramanan, N; Wang, Y
      The Candida albicans antiporter gene CNH1 has a role in Na+ and H+ transport, salt tolerance, and morphogenesis

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    14. Sonneborn, A; Bockmuhl, DP; Gerads, M; Kurpanek, K; Sanglard, D; Ernst, JF
      Protein kinase A encoded by TPK2 regulates dimorphism of Candida albicans

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    15. Alvarez-Peral, FJ; Arguelles, JC
      Changes in external trehalase activity during human serum-induced dimorphic transition in Candida albicans

      RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Egusa, H; Ellepola, ANB; Nikawa, H; Hamada, T; Samaranayake, LP
      Sub-therapeutic exposure to polyene antimycotics elicits a post-antifungaleffect (PAFE) and depresses the cell surface hydrophobicity of oral Candida albicans isolates

      JOURNAL OF ORAL PATHOLOGY & MEDICINE
    17. Torosantucci, A; Chiani, P; Cassone, A
      Differential chemokine response of human monocytes to yeast and hyphal forms of Candida albicans and its relation to the beta-1,6 glucan of the fungal cell wall

      JOURNAL OF LEUKOCYTE BIOLOGY
    18. McLain, N; Ascanio, R; Baker, C; Strohaver, RA; Dolan, JW
      Undecylenic acid inhibits morphogenesis of Candida albicans

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    19. Cannon, RD; Chaffin, WL
      Oral colonization by Candida albicans

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN ORAL BIOLOGY & MEDICINE
    20. Rodgers, CA; Beardall, AJ
      Recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis: Why does it occur?

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STD & AIDS
    21. Arguelles, JC; Rodriguez, T; Alvarez-Peral, FJ
      Trehalose hydrolysis is not required for human serum-induced dimorphic transition in Candida albicans: evidence from a tps1/tps1 mutant deficient in trehalose synthesis

      RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY
    22. Rodrigues, A; Vaz, CP; Mardh, PA; Da Fonseca, AF; De Oliveira, JM
      In vitro effect of fibrinogen on Candida albicans germ tube formation

      APMIS
    23. Niimi, M; Cannon, RD; Monk, BC
      Candida albicans pathogenicity: A proteomic perspective

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    24. Scigelova, M; Crout, DHG
      Microbial beta-N-acetylhexosaminidases and their biotechnological applications

      ENZYME AND MICROBIAL TECHNOLOGY
    25. Milewski, S; Kuszczak, D; Jedrzejczak, R; Smith, RJ; Brown, AJP; Gooday, GW
      Oligomeric structure and regulation of Candida albicans glucosamine-6-phosphate synthase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    26. Lorberg, A; Kirchrath, L; Ernst, JF; Heinisch, JJ
      Genetic and biochemical characterization of phosphofructokinase from the opportunistic pathogenic yeast Candida albicans

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    27. Braun, PC
      Nutrient uptake by Candida albicans: the influence of cell surface mannoproteins

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    28. Rodrigues, AG; Mardh, PA; Pina-Vaz, C; Martinez-de-Oliveira, J; da Fonseca, AF
      Is the lack of concurrence of bacterial vaginosis and vaginal candidosis explained by the presence of bacterial amines?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    29. CERVERA AM; GOZALBO D; MCCREATH KJ; GOW NAR; MARTINEZ JP; CASANOVA M
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CANDIDA-ALBICANS GENE CODING FOR CYTOCHROME-C HEME LYASE AND A CELL WALL-RELATED PROTEIN

      Molecular microbiology
    30. CASTILLA R; PASSERON S; CANTORE ML
      N-ACETYL-D-GLUCOSAMINE INDUCES GERMINATION IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS THROUGH A MECHANISM SENSITIVE TO INHIBITORS OF CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE

      Cellular signalling
    31. MARTINEZ JP; GIL ML; LOPEZRIBOT JL; CHAFFIN WL
      SEROLOGIC RESPONSE TO CELL-WALL MANNOPROTEINS AND PROTEINS OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Clinical microbiology reviews
    32. NIIMI K; SHEPHERD MG; CANNON RD
      CANDIDA-ALBICANS HEX1 GENE, A REPORTER OF GENE-EXPRESSION IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Archives of microbiology
    33. WEBB BC; THOMAS CJ; WILLCOX MDP; HARTY DWS; KNOX KW
      CANDIDA-ASSOCIATED DENTURE STOMATITIS - ETIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT - A REVIEW - PART 1 - FACTORS INFLUENCING DISTRIBUTION OF CANDIDA SPECIES IN THE ORAL CAVITY

      Australian dental journal
    34. ZELADA A; PASSERON S; GOMES SL; CANTORE ML
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE FROM CANDIDA-ALBICANS - PURIFICATION OF THE REGULATORY AND CATALYTIC SUBUNITS

      European journal of biochemistry
    35. CHAFFIN WL; LOPEZRIBOT JL; CASANOVA M; GOZALBO D; MARTINEZ JP
      CELL-WALL AND SECRETED PROTEINS OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS - IDENTIFICATION,FUNCTION, AND EXPRESSION

      Microbiology and molecular biology reviews
    36. NORTHROP FD; LJUBOJEVICZ S; DAVIES JM
      INFLUENCE OF NA-ALBICANS( AND ANIONS ON THE DIMORPHIC TRANSITION OF CANDIDA)

      Microbiology
    37. SEN BH; SAFAVI KE; SPANGBERG LSW
      GROWTH-PATTERNS OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS IN RELATION TO RADICULAR DENTIN

      Oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology, oral radiology and endodontics
    38. PUSZTAHELYI T; POCSI I; SZENTIRMAI A
      AGING OF PENICILLIUM-CHRYSOGENUM CULTURES UNDER CARBON STARVATION .2.PROTEASE AND N-ACETYL-BETA-D-HEXOSAMINIDASE PRODUCTION

      Biotechnology and applied biochemistry
    39. NIIMI M; NIIMI K; CANNON RD
      TEMPERATURE-RELATED EXPRESSION OF THE VACUOLAR ASPARTIC PROTEINASE (APR1) GENE AND BETA-N-ACETYLGLUCOSAMINIDASE (HEX1) GENE DURING CANDIDA-ALBICANS MORPHOGENESIS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    40. NIIMI K; NIIMI M; SHEPHERD MG; CANNON RD
      REGULATION OF N-ACETYLGLUCOSAMINIDASE PRODUCTION IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Archives of microbiology
    41. FUKAZAWA Y; KAGAYA K
      MOLECULAR-BASES OF ADHESION OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Journal of medical and veterinary mycology
    42. HORSCH M; MAYER C; SENNHAUSER U; RAST DM
      BETA-N-ACETYLHEXOSAMINIDASE - A TARGET FOR THE DESIGN OF ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    43. SETOYOUNG D; MONK B; MASON AB; PERLIN DS
      EXPLORING AN ANTIFUNGAL TARGET IN THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE H(+)ATPASE OF FUNGI

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Biomembranes
    44. SHERIDAN R; RATLEDGE C
      CHANGES IN CELL MORPHOLOGY AND CARNITINE ACETYLTRANSFERASE ACTIVITY IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS FOLLOWING GROWTH ON LIPIDS AND SERUM AND AFTER IN-VIVO INCUBATION IN MICE

      Microbiology
    45. VESPA MN; LEBECQ JCC
      THE MORPHOLOGY OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS IN 2 DIFFERENT EARLE BASE MEDIA INTHE PRESENCE OF TUNICAMYCIN

      Mycoses
    46. FIDEL PL; SOBEL JD
      IMMUNOPATHOGENESIS OF RECURRENT VULVO-VAGINAL CANDIDIASIS

      Clinical microbiology reviews
    47. NIIMI M; SHEPHERD MG; MONK BC
      DIFFERENTIAL PROFILES OF SOLUBLE-PROTEINS DURING THE INITIATION OF MORPHOGENESIS IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Archives of microbiology
    48. SOBEL JD
      CANDIDA VULVO-VAGINITIS

      Seminars in dermatology
    49. ZELADA A; CASTILLA R; PASSERON S; CANTORE ML
      REASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECT OF GLUCAGON AND NUCLEOTIDES ON CANDIDA-ALBICANS GERM TUBE FORMATION

      Cellular and molecular biology
    50. STAAB JF; FERRER CA; SUNDSTROM P
      DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION OF A TANDEMLY REPEATED, PROLINE AND GLUTAMINE-RICH AMINO-ACID MOTIF ON HYPHAL SURFACES OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    51. BAILEY DA; FELDMANN PJF; BOVEY M; GOW NAR; BROWN AJP
      THE CANDIDA-ALBICANS HYR1 GENE, WHICH IS ACTIVATED IN RESPONSE TO HYPHAL DEVELOPMENT - BELONGS TO A GENE FAMILY ENCODING YEAST-CELL WALL PROTEINS

      Journal of bacteriology
    52. MANAVATHU M; GUNASEKARAN S; PORTE Q; MANAVATHU E; GUNASEKARAN M
      CHANGES IN GLUTATHIONE METABOLIC ENZYMES DURING YEAST-TO-MYCELIUM CONVERSION OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    53. MOLLOY C; SHEPHERD MG; SULLIVAN PA
      DIFFERENTIAL EXTRACTION OF N-ACETYLGLUCOSAMINIDASE AND TREHALASE FROMTHE CELL-ENVELOPE OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Experimental mycology
    54. POSTLETHWAIT P; SUNDSTROM P
      GENETIC ORGANIZATION OF MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION OF ENOLASE GENES OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Journal of bacteriology
    55. SWOBODA RK; BROADBENT ID; BERTRAM G; BUDGE S; GOODAY GW; GOW NAR; BROWN AJP
      STRUCTURE AND REGULATION OF A CANDIDA-ALBICANS-RP10 GENE WHICH ENCODES AN IMMUNOGENIC PROTEIN HOMOLOGOUS TO SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE RIBOSOMAL PROTEIN-10

      Journal of bacteriology
    56. BLASI E; PITZURRA L; CHIMIENTI AR; MAZZOLLA R; PULITI M; BARLUZZI R; BISTONI F
      DIFFERENTIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF YEAST AND HYPHAL FORMS OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS TO PROTEOLYTIC ACTIVITY OF MACROPHAGES

      Infection and immunity
    57. GOW NAR; HUBE B; BAILEY DA; SCHOFIELD DA; MUNRO C; SWOBODA RK; BERTRAM G; WESTWATER C; BROADBENT I; SMITH RJ; GOODAY GW; BROWN AJP
      GENES ASSOCIATED WITH DIMORPHISM AND VIRULENCE OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Canadian journal of botany
    58. HOYER LL; CIESLINSKI LB; MCLAUGHLIN MM; TORPHY TJ; SHATZMAN AR; LIVI GP
      A CANDIDA-ALBICANS CYCLIC-NUCLEOTIDE PHOSPHODIESTERASE - CLONING AND EXPRESSION IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE AND BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RECOMBINANT ENZYME

      Microbiology
    59. MOLLOY C; CANNON RD; SULLIVAN PA; SHEPHERD MG
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 FORMS OF N-ACETYLGLUCOSAMINIDASE FROM CANDIDA-ALBICANS SHOWING WIDELY DIFFERENT OUTER CHAIN GLYCOSYLATION

      Microbiology
    60. YOKOYAMA K; KAJI H; NISHIMURA K; MIYAJI M
      THE ROLE OF MICROFILAMENTS AND MICROTUBULES DURING PH-REGULATED MORPHOLOGICAL TRANSITION IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Microbiology
    61. GOW NAR
      GROWTH AND GUIDANCE OF THE FUNGAL HYPHA

      Microbiology
    62. MONK BC; PERLIN DS
      FUNGAL PLASMA-MEMBRANE PROTON PUMPS AS PROMISING NEW ANTIFUNGAL TARGETS

      Critical reviews in microbiology
    63. SWOBODA RK; BERTRAM G; DELBRUCK S; ERNST JF; GOW NAR; GOODAY GW; BROWN AJP
      FLUCTUATIONS IN GLYCOLYTIC MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS DURING MORPHOGENESIS IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS REFLECT UNDERLYING CHANGES IN GROWTH AND ARE NOT ARESPONSE TO CELLULAR DIMORPHISM

      Molecular microbiology
    64. ELORZA MV; MARCILLA A; SANJUAN R; MORMENEO S; SENTANDREU R
      INCORPORATION OF SPECIFIC WALL PROTEINS DURING YEAST AND MYCELIAL PROTOPLAST REGENERATION IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Archives of microbiology
    65. LOPEZRIBOT JL; NAVARRO D; SEPULVEDA P; NOGUEIRA JM; CASANOVA M; MARTINEZ JP
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY ON CELL-WALL ANTIGENS AND CELL-SURFACE HYDROPHOBICITY IN CLINICAL ISOLATES OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Mycopathologia
    66. CHO T; HAGIHARA Y; KAMINISHI H; WATANABE K
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE GLUCOSE-UPTAKE SYSTEM AND GROWTH CESSATION IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Journal of medical and veterinary mycology
    67. WALSH TJ; KELLY P; PEEBLES R; LEE J; LECCIONES J; PIZZO PA
      BIOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL FACTORS CAUSING INDUCTION AND SUPPRESSION OF GERMINATION OF TRICHOSPORON BEIGELII

      Journal of medical and veterinary mycology
    68. CANNON RD; TIMBERLAKE WE; GOW NAR; BAILEY D; BROWN A; GOODAY GW; HUBE B; MONOD M; NOMBELA C; NAVARRO F; PEREZ R; SANCHEZ M; PLA J
      MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF FUNGAL DIMORPHISM

      Journal of medical and veterinary mycology
    69. KAPTEYN JC; MONTIJN RC; DIJKGRAAF GJP; KLIS FM
      IDENTIFICATION OF BETA-1,6-GLUCOSYLATED CELL-WALL PROTEINS IN YEAST AND HYPHAL FORMS OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      European journal of cell biology
    70. MORAGUES MD; ESTEVEZ JJ; REMENTERIA A; SEVILLA MJ
      EFFECT OF N-ALKANOLS ON ACIDIFICATION CURVES OF AUREOBASIDIUM-PULLULANS SUSPENSIONS

      Experimental mycology
    71. DATTA A
      PATHOGENICITY OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS - QUEST FOR A MOLECULAR SWITCH

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    72. GOW NAR; ROBBINS PW; LESTER JW; BROWN AJP; FONZI WA; CHAPMAN T; KINSMAN OS
      A HYPHAL-SPECIFIC CHITIN SYNTHASE GENE (CHS2) IS NOT ESSENTIAL FOR GROWTH, DIMORPHISM, OR VIRULENCE OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    73. CANNON RD; NIIMI K; JENKINSON HF; SHEPHERD MG
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF THE CANDIDA-ALBICANS BETA-N-ACETYLGLUCOSAMINIDASE (HEX1) GENE

      Journal of bacteriology
    74. ELORZA MV; SENTANDREU R; RUIZHERRERA J
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF YEAST MONOMORPHIC MUTANTS OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Journal of bacteriology
    75. DEBERNARDIS F; MOLINARI A; BOCCANERA M; STRINGARO A; ROBERT R; SENET JM; ARANCIA G; CASSONE A
      MODULATION OF CELL SURFACE-ASSOCIATED MANNOPROTEIN ANTIGEN EXPRESSIONIN EXPERIMENTAL CANDIDAL VAGINITIS

      Infection and immunity
    76. IBRAHIM YB; LIM TK; TANG MK; TENG HM
      INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE, PH AND SELECTED GROWTH MEDIA ON GERMINATION, GROWTH AND SPORULATION OF ASCHERSONIA-PLACENTA AND HYPOCRELLA-RACIBORSKII

      Biocontrol science and technology
    77. VESPA MN; LEBECQ JC; SIMONETTI N
      SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF TUNICAMYCIN ON CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Mycoses
    78. CHAMBERS RS; SULLIVAN PA
      EXPRESSION OF THE EXOGLUCANASE GENE IN YEAST AND HYPHAL FORMS OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    79. GOZALBO D; ELORZA MV; SANJUAN R; MARCILLA A; VALENTIN E; SENTANDREU R
      CRITICAL STEPS IN FUNGAL CELL-WALL SYNTHESIS - STRATEGIES FOR THEIR INHIBITION

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    80. MARCILLA A; MORMENEO S; ELORZA MV; MANCLUS JJ; SENTANDREU R
      WALL FORMATION BY CANDIDA-ALBICANS YEAST-CELLS - SYNTHESIS, SECRETIONAND INCORPORATION OF 2 TYPES OF MANNOPROTEINS

      Journal of General Microbiology
    81. AGUIAR JM; BAQUERO F; JONES JM
      CANDIDA-ALBICANS EXOCELLULAR ANTIGENS RELEASED INTO A SYNTHETIC CULTURE-MEDIUM - CHARACTERIZATION AND SEROLOGICAL RESPONSE IN RABBITS

      Journal of General Microbiology
    82. NATARAJAN K; DATTA A
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND ANALYSIS OF THE NAG1 CDNA CODING FOR GLUCOSAMINE-6-PHOSPHATE DEAMINASE FROM CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    83. BIRSE CE; IRWIN MY; FONZI WA; SYPHERD PS
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ECE1, A GENE EXPRESSED IN ASSOCIATIONWITH CELL ELONGATION OF THE DIMORPHIC PATHOGEN CANDIDA-ALBICANS

      Infection and immunity
    84. FRANZKE S; CALDERONE RA; SCHALLER K
      ISOLATION OF AVIRULENT CLONES OF CANDIDA-ALBICANS WITH REDUCED ABILITY TO RECOGNIZE THE CR-2-LIGAND C3D

      Infection and immunity


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