The Pathogenesis of Candida Infections in a Human Skin Model: Scanning Electron Microscope Observations
SEM of Candida albicans. Scanning electron micrographs (SEM) of Candida albicans after 1 day at 104 mL−1 (a) and 106 mL−1 concentrations (b) and after 5 days of incubation at 104 mL−1 (c) and at 106 mL−1 concentration of blastospors ((d), (e), and (f)). Large amounts of C. albicans are connected to the damaged skin. After 5 days the yeasts were covered probably by biofilm.
(a) 1 day 104 mL−1
(b) 1 day 106 mL−1
(c) 5 days 104 mL−1
(d) 5 days 106 mL−1
(e) 5 days 106 mL−1
(f) 5 days 106 mL−1
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