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The distribution of Candida spp. in the oral cavities of normal children


, : The distribution of Candida spp. in the oral cavities of normal children. Shanghai Kou Qiang Yi Xue 12(4): 288-291

To study the distribution of Candida spp. mainly Candida albicans in the oral cavities of health children. Four groups children of different ages, A1: newborn babies, A2: 3.2 years old (average) children,A3, 7.2 years old,A4:12.7 years old and B control group 20.4 years old,mucosal swab sampling with centrification,CHROMagar Candida identified culture medium for culture and identification, and different methods for isolating Candida albicans for A3 group. The isolation rates of Candida spp were A1 7.5%,A2 70%,A3 56.36%,A4 49.12%,B 27.5%,the proportion of Candida albicans also diversely,and the method of PCR was more sensitive than the one of culture. Candida spp can be isolated from the normal oral cavities in different aged children, most of them were Candida albicans,both the isolation rates of Candida spp and the proportion of Candida albicans were different.

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