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Resistance of germfree mice to systemic candidosis



Resistance of germfree mice to systemic candidosis



Journal of the Reticuloendothelial Society 29(3): 241-248



Although Candida albicans readily colonized the gastrointestinal tract of adult germfree mice after oral challenge, no systemic candidosis was detected throughout the 21 day assay period. Germfree and mono-associated mice were able to clear C. albicans from their kidneys, livers and spleens, following i.v. challenge.

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