Ed the formation of hyphae in semi-anaerobic conditions (Fig. 3).Although lower concentrations (0.1 ?0.3 ) of isoflurane revealed inhibitory effects on growth, viability assays of the cultures treated with these concentrations indicated that the yeast were capable of forming hyphae equivalent to control cultures (Figure 4). However, at isoflurane concentrations of 0.3 and above we observed a sign


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