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Candida adherence to epithelial cells

by Mahmoud A. Ghannoum

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Candidiasis -- Pathogenicity.,
  • Candida -- Adhesion.,
  • Epithelial cells.,
  • Candida -- physiology.,
  • Candida Albicans -- pathogenicity.,
  • Cell Adhesion.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMahmoud A. Ghannoum and Samir S. Radwan.
    ContributionsRadwan, Samir S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR201.C27 G43 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination270 p. :
    Number of Pages270
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2200700M
    ISBN 100849359791
    LC Control Number89022307

    We also studied the role of various antifungals and natural products on candidal adherence and identified drugs that can interfere with Candida’s ability to adhere to our systems. This work culminated in the publication of a number of research articles and a book, Candida Adherence to Epithelial Cells (it’s a . Molecular Basis of Fungal Adherence to Endothelial and Epithelial Cells, p In Heitman J, Filler S, Edwards, Jr. J, Mitchell A (ed), Molecular Principles of Fungal Pathogenesis. ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: /ch

    Candida Adherence to Epithelial Cells. This is the first book ever to be published on this topic! Comprehensively packed with up-to-date research information, this volume is written with both the beginner and the established research expert in mind. Learn more. Some carbohydrates have been found to help bind the Candida to the epithelial cells better than others. One study published in Microbial Ecology in Health and Disease looked at the dietary influence of various carbohydrates in vitro on the adherence of Candida to human epithelial cells.2 The study examined the effect of various carbohydrates.

    Specifically, in addition to preventing Candida adherence to epithelial cells, saliva is enriched with anti-candidal peptides, considered to be part of the host innate immunity. The T helper 17 (Th17)-type adaptive immune response is mainly involved in mucosal host defenses, controlling initial growth of Candida and inhibiting subsequent tissue. OBJECTIVE: To examine the relative adherence of Candida albicans to oral epithelial cells differentiated by Papanicolaou staining. METHODS: Oral epithelial cells were collected from 10 healthy adults (five male, five female) and counted. Equal volumes of oral epithelial cells and candida were mixed and incubated. The epithelial cells from this mix were collected by filtration through


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The goal of these studies is to be of practical value in the control and prevention of Candida infections. This book is of specific interest to all who are involved (at any level) with microbiology Cited by: Get this from a library.

Candida adherence to epithelial cells. [Mahmoud A Ghannoum; Samir S Radwan] -- Candida adherence to epithelial cells book is the first book ever to be published on this topic. Comprehensively packed with up-to-date research information, this volume is written with both the beginner and the established research.

Certain environmental, physical, and biochemical aspects of Candida albicans adherence to human vaginal epithelial cells were characterized by using an in vitro radiometric adherence assay.

Blastospores harvested from cultures grown at 25 degrees C adhered Cited by: Candida albicans interactions with epithelial cells are critical for commensal growth, fungal pathogenicity and host defence.

This review will outline our current understanding of C. albicans-epithelial interactions and will discuss how this may lead to the induction of a protective mucosal immune by: The goal of these studies is to be of practical value in the control and prevention of Candida infections.

This book is of specific interest to all who are involved (at any level) with microbiology, infectious diseases, medical and veterinary mycology, and chemotherapy. Candida Adherence to Epithelial Cells. Embed Copy and paste the code. The second step in DS is adherence of Candida albicans to host epithelial cells is a critical first step in the infection process [6][7][8]23,[29][30] [31] [32][33].

It is essential for both. prepared from C. albicans, but not from Candida krusei, adhered to vaginal epithelial cells. Loss of adherence after the cell walls were treated with a-mannosidase or papain suggests that cell wall mannoprotein is an ess'ential componentofthe C.

albicans adhesin. The most commonly encountered disease caused by Candida albicans is mucocutaneous. zation by candida (9). In addition, King et al. reported that C.

albicans adheres to human vaginal epithelial cells and appears to adhere 64 to epithelial cells. Adherencein TC After 2 hofincuba-tioninsaliva atC,about1 to 5%oftheyeast cells beganto formgermtubesandtoattachto. Many studies have described the adherence of Candida albicans to epithelial cells but little is known about Candida parapsilosis adhesion and its role in host cell surface recognition.

This study was designed to evaluate the correlation between the adherence of 20 C. albicans and 12 C. parapsilosis strains to human buccal epithelial cells and the expression of fungal cell surface carbohydrates.

Adhesion of Candida cells to oral surfaces is an initial event in pathogenesis. Since specific immobilized salivary components mediate the binding of Candida albicans to hydroxyapatite, we hypothesized that saliva may also promote adherence to oral epithelia via a similar mechanism.

Many studies have described the adherence of Candida albicans to epithelial cells but little is known about Candida parapsilosis adhesion and its role in host cell surface recognition. Especially once candida cells are introduced in the bloodstream a high mortality, up to 40–60% can occur.

Although Candida albicans is the most common cause of candidemia, there has been a decrease in the incidence and an increased isolation of non-albicans species of Candida in recent years. Factors affecting the adherence of C.

albicans to the vaginal epithelial cells Effect of the pH of the assay medium. The phosphate buffer was prepared to the following different pH values 5–9 to test the optimum pH value for the adherence. The cells were resuspended to the desired concentration and used for the application of the.

epithelial cells diVerentiated by Papanicolaou staining (fig 1; table 1) showed larger numbers of candida (p. Summary: Candida albicans adherence to epithelial cells is the first step in the infectious process, but in spite of its importance, current methods for the quantitative measurement of adherence of C.

albicans to epithelial cells in vitro have some serious limitations. They are based on filtration assays and either microscopic or radiometric analysis.

adherence of four Candida species to human buccal epithelial cells Dr Khaled H. Abu-Elteen To cite this article: Dr Khaled H. Abu-Elteen () The influence of dietary carbohydrates on in vitro adherence of four Candida species to human buccal epithelial cells, Microbial Ecology in. The process of initial adherence of Candida to human epithelial surfaces is complex and multifactorial.

After overcoming total free energy of cell surface interaction between Candida and epithelial cells, adherence of Candida is then mediated by specific molecules, referred to as Candida adhesins, with corresponding ligands on the host cells.Abstract. Patients with malignancies are at high risk to develop infections byCandida have compared the adherence ofC.

albicans isolated from urine cultures to bladder epithelial cells obtained from healthy volunteers and patients with cancer of the bladder. The mean number ofC. albicans adhering per epithelial cell from areas infiltrated from cancer was significantly higher as.A mannose-specific lectin, Concanavalin A, was used to pretreatCandida albicans before using the yeats in anin vitro adherence assay.

Adherence to buccal cells was inhibited but could be restored by preincubation of the lectin with a specific haptenic sugar, a-D-methylmannopyranoside, prior in the assay but not by using D-galactose, D-ribose and D-raffinose, sugars which the lectin does not.