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Morphotypes of Candida isolates from oral lesions on sabouraud-triphenyltetrazolium AGAR

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Ashwini Bhosale, Dr. Pratibha Narang, Dr. Deepak Thamke, Dr. Amita Aditya and Dr. R. K. Saxena
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Abstract: 

Introduction: Candidiasis is found to be associated with a number of oral lesions, either as a cause or as an agent of supra added infection. However, the correlation between various candida subspecies and oral lesions still appears to be unclear. Various typing methods have been used previously for differentiation of candida subspecies, but have been found to be relatively complicated. In the present study, we present a simple and easy typing method using Sabouraud-Triphenyltetrazolium Agar (STTZ) as a tool for differentiation and morphotyping of candida subspecies differentiation associated with oral lesions. Methodology: A total of 101 candida strains were isolated from patients with oral lesions. The STTZ agar was prepared as per the method described by Quindós et al (1992). After incubation of cultures at 37°C for 6 days, a three-letter code was given to each strain, according to its colonial morphology. Association between morphotypes and oral lesions as well as morphotypes and candida species was evaluated. Results: Candida albicans was found to be the most predominant species amongst the 101 oral lesions studied, representing a total of 8 morphotypes. SP1N type (smooth, pale pink, without mycelial halo) was the predominant morphotype for Candida albicans. Morphotyping of other candida species could also be done effectively using this method.

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