Biosynthesis of selenium nanoparticles by Candida albicans and them antimicrobial effects

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Iman Adil Qadhi
Majid K. Al-Shibly


Nanoparticles, Candida, Biosynthesis, Antimicrobial


This paper aims to testing the biological effectiveness of nanoparticles against types of pathogenic bacteria and fungi and opening promising horizons for the use of safe and effective alternatives with fewer side effects as alternatives to traditional antifungals or antibiotics to which pathogenic microorganisms have shown an ever-evolving resistance.

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