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Can Candida change species?

Can a Candida glabrata and Candida dubliniensis morph into Candida krusei?

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Jun 10, 2023

by: Dan

Candida does have the ability to change its morphology as a means of survival.

Candida albicans has been known to shift to Candida glabrata as a result of the over use of fluconazole.

There have also been a few studies on mice that were purposely infected with one species of Candida, and later were found to be infected with an entirely different species.

I have not seen any studies suggesting a switch to Candida krusei but I suppose it is possible.

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