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Assessment of the pathogenicity of yeast used in the production of single cell protein



Assessment of the pathogenicity of yeast used in the production of single cell protein



Agricultural and Biological Chemistry 50(8): 2117-2118



A total of 42 strains of yeast (22 Candida spp. and 2 other genera) were used in this study. Groups of 10 specific pathogen-free mice were inoculted with 0.1 ml suspensions containing washed living cells of a strained yeast (107 colony forming units). The mice were sacrificed after 14 days, and the liver, kidney and brain selected for histopathological and mycological examination.

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