A Recent Report on ‘Plants with Anti-Candida Properties’

Fungi are considered to be one of the potential health hazards to animals including humans

Darshan Kumar; Ayesha; Madhulika Jha; Pankaj Gautam; Himanshu Joshi; Navin Kumar

2020

Scholarcy highlights

  • Fungi are considered to be one of the potential health hazards to animals including humans
  • The occurrence of life-threatening fungal infections has increased in immune-compromised AIDS patients, blood cancer, neonates, and organ transplants
  • Fungal infections present a possible danger to health worldwide owing to their elevated mortality and morbidity rate 4
  • More than 30 species of Candida have been recognized as the causative agent of candidiasis and approximately 95% of the contaminations are caused by its four species: C. albicans, C. parapsilosis, C. glabrata, and C. tropicalis
  • Biofilm is an important pathogenic implication of the Candida to survive the existing synthetic drug, which is responsible for drug resistance
  • Hypericum havvae was effective against C. glabrata, C. kreusei, C. parapsilosis, C. guilliermondii, and C. tropicalis

Need more features? Save interactive summary cards to your Scholarcy Library.