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  • Fusarium keratoplasticum Geiser et al. (ATCC® 36031)

    ATCC® Number: 36031

    Deposited As Fusarium solani (Martius) Saccardo
    Designation: FIV/74 [NRRL 22641]
    Product Format: frozen

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    Comments: Proteolytic activity

    The strain was re-identified as Fusarium keratoplasticum in the Fusarium solani species complex based on the multigene sequence analysis. This change does not affect to its use as quality control strain for standard tests.
    Type Strain: no
    Biological Safety Level: 2
  • Candida albicans (Robin) Berkhout (ATCC® 10231-MINI-PACK)

    ATCC® Number: 10231-MINI-PACK

    Alternate State: Monilia pinoyi (Castellani) Castellani et Chalmers; Endomyces albicans (Robin) Vuillemin; Candida claussenii Lodder et Kreger-van Rij, anamorph; Candida stellatoidea (Jones et Martin) Langeron et Guerra, anamorph
    Designation: 3147 [CBS 6431, CCY 29-3-106, CIP 48.72, DSM 1386, IFO 1594, NCPF 3179, NCYC 1363, NIH 3147, VTT C-85161]
    Product Format: frozen
    6 ready-to-use vials of
    ATCC® 10231™ in glycerol stock

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    Comments:
    This strain is recommended by ATCC for use in the tests described in ASTM Standard Test Method E979-91 where only the taxon is specified.
    For sterility testing, not more than five passages from the ATCC culture should be used.
    Growth and invasiveness in mouse
    Steroid interference with antifungal activity
    Cell wall hydrophobicity enhances corticosterone incorporation.
    Ultraviolet microscopy
    Calcification
    Morphology and physiology of strain sectors
    Use of impedance for preservative efficacy testing
    Fungitoxicity of alcohols and fatty acids
    Esterase activity
    Lipid composition
    Effect of antineoplastic drugs
    Type Strain: no
    Biological Safety Level: 1
  • Candida albicans (Robin) Berkhout (ATCC® 10231)

    ATCC® Number: 10231

    Alternate State: Monilia pinoyi (Castellani) Castellani et Chalmers; Endomyces albicans (Robin) Vuillemin; Candida claussenii Lodder et Kreger-van Rij, anamorph; Candida stellatoidea (Jones et Martin) Langeron et Guerra, anamorph
    Designation: 3147 [CBS 6431, CCY 29-3-106, CIP 48.72, DSM 1386, IFO 1594, NCPF 3179, NCYC 1363, NIH 3147, VTT C-85161]
    Product Format: freeze-dried

    For-Profit:   $235.00 Non-Profit:   $199.75

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    Comments:
    Genome sequencing strain (Xiamen Medical College, China)
    This strain is recommended by ATCC for use in the tests described in ASTM Standard Test Method E979-91 where only the taxon is specified.
    For sterility testing, not more than five passages from the ATCC culture should be used
    Growth and invasiveness in mouse
    Steroid interference with antifungal activity
    Cell wall hydrophobicity enhances corticosterone incorporation
    Ultraviolet microscopy
    Calcification
    Morphology and physiology of strain sectors
    Use of impedance for preservative efficacy testing
    Fungitoxicity of alcohols and fatty acids
    Esterase activity
    Lipid composition
    Effect of antineoplastic drugs
    Type Strain: no
    Biological Safety Level: 1
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