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What is Hyphal Differentiation in Candida mean?
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What is Hyphal Differentiation in Candida mean?


Can someone please tell me by this study if H202 works for candida or not? There's mixed reviews on the net so I'm curious to know what this study says.

To me Hyphal Differentiation means the fungus goes into another form so the H202 can't kill it. Is this correct?

But they say this "The above results suggest that the mere increase of intracellular H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) is insufficient for complete hyphal differentiation" so makes me think it can help.

Could someone please clarify? Science isn't my strong point!


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