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    Candida Albicans commonly known as a yeast infection has affected many people in our community and throughout this paper I will be discussing the affects it has on our community. There are different ways Candida Albicans can be transmitted, but at the same time there are also many ways it can be treated. There are signs and symptoms that may vary depending on which area of the body is affected. It is important that we treat this infection to avoid further complications such as recurring infection, which may be a sign of something more serious or damage to the organs. The species Candida or C. Albicans is the species belonging to the Genus Candida can have an effect on the immunocompromised population, such as HIV and AIDS patients. Cancer…

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    responsibility of mentoring a high school student in the U of A WISEST program. Also, I attended: conferences, seminars, public talks, etc. which influenced me to pursue more research I was 1/5 chosen from applicants all over Canada. I applied to this program because I felt like I needed to mature and living independently in Toronto for 3 months did just that. I was able to experience not only great research, but a diverse environment. Research-wise, I worked on C. albicans, a microbe that…

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    Candida Yeast Infection

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    probiotics until after you have cleared the Candida overgrowth, because the probiotics feed both the good bacteria and bad. Here, are some suggestions that can be used to prevent and treat yeast infections. 1. Essential oils and coconut oil: Coconut oil has antimicrobial properties that are effective when ingested and can provide relief when applied topically as well. Clove oil, myrrh oil and oregano oil help to kill parasites and fungi. Lavender oil is also extremely effective in preventing…

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    as gold standard on 3 types of oral cariogenic microorganisms (Streptococcus mutans, Lactobacilli and Candida albicans) 1- Streptococcus mutans: The results of this study showed that coconut oil had a statistically significant higher inhibitory effect on SM with decrease in number of CFU from 500 to 40 and 53.7 and percentage of reduction 92% and 89.3% at 2 and 24 hours contact period consecutively as shown in (tables (1 & 2) & fig. (1)) and (fig 2 A & B). Also, Nigella sativa oil…

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    only in their action and activity but also in their distribution and metabolization and excretion by the body. Antimicrobial medicines are normally grouped according to the microorganisims they act primarily against. Identification of the disease causing agent is essential for anti-microbial therapy . (Dasari Srilakshmi et al ; 2016 ) Tal sindoor has a broad spectrum anti–microbial activity against Gram positive, Gram negative bacteria and as well against fungi. Antimicrobial activity of the…

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    Compound 3b Lab Report

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    Abstract 6- bromo-2-(4-chlorophenyl)quinazolin-4(3H)-one derivatives 2-7 were synthesized.. The synthesized compounds were evaluated for their anti-microbial activity using the agar diffusion technique . The tested compounds were evaluated against, Gram +ve bacteria , Gram -ve bacteria, Yeast and Filamentous Fungus. Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) was made in vitro for compounds which showed antimicrobial activity. Compound 3b has broad spectrum activity against Gram +ve bacteria, Gram…

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    has been using the Moringa as an herbal medicine to treat tinea and athlete’s foot. All over the history, plants are being studied because of having the ability to use in medical purposes. Nowadays, as disease-causing microorganisms become stronger and not affected on antibiotics and traditional antifungal drugs, there is a growing interest in researching their pharmaceutical properties. Ginger root is an example of a plant that has many possible uses in dealing with Candida and many other…

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    Raquel Rufina et al (2012) have reported the Antimicrobial and Anti-Adhesive Potential of a Biosurfactants Produced by Candida Species. The antimicrobial activity of the biosurfactant isolated from Candida sphaerica was determined by measuring the growth inhibition percentages obtained for several Microorganisms. The tested biosurfactant presented antimicrobial activity against all microorganisms used, although, depending on the microorganism, the biosurfactant presents different effective…

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    Shawna Terrones 4/19/2016 CCC Pathology Research Paper Candidiasis Introduction How well do you take care of your oral hygiene? Even at the highest level of care patients that have a weak immune system, such as babies, elderly and individuals with HIV/ AIDS can suffer from an oral infections called oral candidiasis. Information about Candidiasis This is the most common superficial fungal infection of the oral cavity caused by Candida albicans. Candidiasis usually arises from…

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    Yeast Infection

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    Tea Tree Oil for Yeast Infection Home Remedy Tea tree oil for yeast infection might be still debated, but the fact of it is already spread out. if you curious about it, have you ever heard about the function of tea tree oil to cure the acne and acne scars? Based on its ability, tea tree oil is trusted to kill the bacteria, and one of the bacteria is Candida. It is a kind of fungi, but with the one of tea tree oil component, Candida can be killed very well by this method. How it Works? Tea…

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