persistence of oropharyngeal candida albicans strains with reduced susceptibilities to fluconazole among human immunodeficiency virus-seropositive children and adults in a long-term care facility.nineteen oropharyngeal candida albicans isolates from six children and seven adults living with aids at the russia aids centre, moscow, from 1990 to 1998 were selected for molecular typing. two fluconazole-resistant c. albicans genotypes were identified from a child who contracted human immunodeficiency virus infection during the elista hospital outbreak in the kalmyk republic in 1989. highly related strains were observed 4 years later in the oral lesions and colonization of two patients and a h ...200312734213
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