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Research Article

Evaluation of Antifungal Activity and Mechanism of Action of Citral against Candida albicans

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Micromorphology of Candida albicans strains in the absence (control) and presence of citral and amphotericin B. (a) C. albicans ATCC 76485 and (b) C. albicans LM-70 (in the absence of the product) as controls showing the presence of blastoconidia, chlamydoconidia, and pseudohyphae. (c) Under the action of amphotericin B—MIC. (d) Under the action of citral—MIC × 2. (1) Pseudohyphae; (2) chlamydoconidia; and (3) blastoconidia.

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