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Prevalence, virulence and antifungal activity of C. albicans isolated from infected root canals (BMC Oral Health)
 


There is limited data on the prevalence of Candida species in infected root canal systems of human teeth. We attempted to investigate the prevalence, genotype, virulence and the antifungal susceptibility of Candi...


 
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