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Dr. Marjorie Crandall, Owner, Yeast Consulting Services

Dr. Crandall, Founder of Yeast Consulting Services

 

Dr. Crandall’s Publications

CAREER PUBLICATIONS:

1.  Leonard, S.L. and Crandall, M. (1963) Hormonal Stimulation of Phosphorylase Activity in the Rat Uterus. Endocrinol. 73: 807-815.

2.  Crandall, M.A. (1968) Biochemical and Genetic Studies of Sexual Agglutination in the Yeast Hansenula wingei. Ph.D. Dissertation, Indiana University, Bloomington.

3.  Crandall, M.A. and Brock, T.D. (1968) Molecular Basis of Mating in the Yeast Hansenula wingei. Bact. Rev. 32: 139-163. REVIEW

4.  Crandall, M.A. and Brock, T.D. (1968) Mutual Repression of Haploid Genes in Diploid Yeast. Nature 219: 533-534.

5.  Crandall, M.A and Brock, T.D. (1968) Molecular Aspects of Specific Cell Contact. Science 161: 473-475.

6.  Koch, A.L. and Crandall, M. (1968) Photometric Measurement of Bacterial Growth. Amer. Biol. Teacher 30: 481-485.

7.  Crandall, M.A. and Koch, A.L. (1971) Temperature-sensitive Mutants of Escherichia coli Affecting b-Galactoside Transport. J. Bacteriol. 105: 609-619.

8.  Crandall, M. (1973) Comparison of Hansenula wingei, a Petite-negative, Obligately Aerobic Yeast, to the Petite-positive Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J. Gen. Microbiol. 75: 363-375.

9.  Crandall, M. (1973) A Respiratory-deficient Mutant in the Obligately Aerobic Yeast Hansenula wingei. J. Gen. Microbiol. 75: 377-381.

10. Crandall, M. and Caulton, J.H. (1973) Induction of Glycoprotein Mating Factors in Diploid Yeast of Hansenula wingei by Vanadium Salts or Chelating Agents. Exper. Cell Res. 82: 159-167. Presented at the 4th International Fermentation Symposium, March 19-25, 1972, in Kyoto, Japan. INVITED PAPER

11. Crandall, M. and Robinow, C.F. (1973) The Chromosome Number of the Yeast Hansenula wingei Observed in Mitosis and Meiosis. Can. J. Genet. Cytol. 15: 874-876.

12. Crandall, M. and Richter, R.H. (1973) Genetics of Resistance to Ethidium Bromide in the Petite-negative Yeast Hansenula wingei. Molec. Gen. Genet. 125: 279-293.

13. Crandall, M., Lawrence, L.M. and Saunders, R.M. (1974) Molecular Complementarity of Yeast Glycoprotein Mating Factors. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S. 71: 26-29.

14. Crandall, M.A. and Brock, T.D. (1974) Sexual Agglutination in Yeast: Hansenula wingei, pp. 490-494, In: Mycology Guidebook (R.B. Stevens, ed.) University of Washington Press, Seattle. INVITED CHAPTER

15. Crandall, M. and Caulton, J.H. (1975) Induction of Haploid Glycoprotein Mating Factors in Diploid Yeast. Methods in Cell Biology 12: 185-207 (D.M. Prescott, ed.) Academic Press, New York. INVITED REVIEW

16. Crandall, M. (1976) Mechanisms of Fusion in Yeast Cells, pp. 161-175 In: Microbial and Plant Protoplasts (J.F. Peberdy, H.J. Rogers, A.H. Rose and E.C. Cocking, eds.) Academic Press, London. Presented at the 4th International Symposium on Yeast and Other Protoplasts, September, 1975, at the University of Nottingham, England. INVITED PAPER

17. Crandall, M., Egel, R. and MacKay, V.L. (1977) Physiology of Mating in Three Yeasts. Advances in Microbial Physiology 15: 307-398 (A.H. Rose and D.W. Tempest, eds.) Academic Press, London. INVITED REVIEW

18. Crandall, M. (1977) Mating-type Interactions in Microorganisms. Receptors and Recognition, Series A, 3: 45-100 (P. Cuatrecases and M.F. Greaves, eds.) Chapman and Hall, London. INVITED REVIEW

19. Crandall, M. (1978) Mating-type Interactions in Yeasts, pp. 105-120 In: Cell-Cell Recognition (A.S.G. Curtis, ed.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England. Presented at the Society for Experimental Biology Symposium on Cell-Cell Recognition, August 31 to September 2, 1977, at the University of Oxford, England. INVITED PAPER

20. Crandall, M. (1979) A Microtiter Plate Assay for Sexual Agglutination in the Yeast Hansenula wingei. J. Bacteriol. 137: 1051-1052.

21. Crandall, M. and Caulton, J.H. (1979) Rare Cell Fusion Events between Diploid and Haploid Strains of the Sexually Agglutinative Yeast Hansenula wingei. Genetics 93: 903-916.

22. Crandall, M. and Lawrence, L.J. (1980) Sporulation in the Yeast Hansenula wingei is Induced by Nitrogen Starvation in Maltose-containing Media. J. Bacteriol. 142: 276-284.

23. Crandall, M. and Iovannisci, D.M. (1981) Genetics of Hansenula wingei, pp. 149-155 In: Current Developments in Yeast Research (G.G. Stewart and I. Russell, eds.) Pergamon Press, Toronto. Presented at the 5th International Yeast Symposium, July 20-25, 1980, in London, Ontario, Canada. INVITED PAPER

24. Crandall, M. (1983) UV-Induced Mitotic Co-segregation of Genetic Markers in Candida albicans: Evidence for Linkage. Current Genetics 7: 167-173.

25. Crandall, M. and Edwards, Jr., J.E. (1987) Segregation of Proteinase-negative Mutants from Heterozygous Candida albicans. J. Gen. Microbiol. 133: 2817-2824.

26. Crandall, M. (1989) How To Prevent Yeast Infections, booklet for patients; published by Yeast Consulting Services, Torrance, California, 9 pages.

27. Crandall, M. (1989) How To Prevent Yeast Infections. Yeast: A Newsletter for Persons Interested in Yeast 38 (1): 5-6.

28. Crandall, M. (1991) Allergic Predisposition in Recurrent Vulvovaginal Candidiasis. J. Adv. Med. 4: 21-38. Presented at the American College of Advancement in Medicine Conference, Washington, DC, May 11-13, 1990. INVITED REVIEW

29. Crandall, M. (1991) Candidiasis Hypersensitivity Syndrome. Letter to the editor, New Engl. J. Med. 324: 1593-1594.

30. Crandall, M. (1991) Correspondence Re:  NEJM Yeast/Nystatin Article. Townsend Letter for Doctors, May, pp. 330-331.

31. Crandall, M. (1992) Candidiasis Hypersensitivity Syndrome. Letter to the editor, Candida News, Newsletter No. 15, pp. 6 and 13, (R. Cannon and A. Holmes, eds.), University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.

32. Crandall, M. (1992) Preventing Infections in AIDS. Being Alive SouthBay Newsletter, November, pp. 2, 12-14, Redondo Beach, California. INVITED PAPER

33. Crandall, M. (1996 to present) Candida Information Packet ($20) contains reprints of refs. 28 and 36, plus fact sheets on diagnosis, pathogenesis, treatment, prevention, risk factors, diet and self-help for yeast infections and yeast allergies; published by Yeast Consulting Services, Torrance, CA, 180 pages.

34. Crandall, M. (1996 to present) www.yeastconsulting.com, website for business firm, Yeast Consulting Services offers Candida Information Packet, patient counseling, consultant to physicians, attorneys, publishers, insurance, pharmaceutical and diagnostic firms.

35. Crandall, M. (2003) William Crook, MD & Candidiasis. Letter to the editor, Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients, January, p. 100.

36. Crandall, M. (2004) The Pathogenetic Significance of Intestinal Candida Colonization. Letter to the editor. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 207: 79-81.

37. Crandall, M. (2004) Billion for Salton Sea Proposal Would Better Fund Other Solutions: Four
Treatments Proposed for 'Sick' Sea, Letter to the editor, Borrego Sun, A Copley Newspaper, vol. 53, No. 11, pages 6 + 21, May 20.

38. Crandall, M. OVERCOMING YEAST INFECTIONS: A TEN STEP PROGRAM OF SELF-HELP AND MEDICAL CARE. Trade book for the general public; two book contract offers received from publishers based on a nonfiction book proposal with sample chapters (manuscript in preparation).

 

ABSTRACTS ON CANDIDIASIS: (Earlier published abstracts on other topics are not listed.)

1.  Crandall, M. (1978) Inducible Flocculation and the Imperfect State in Candida albicans. Abs. Ann. Mtg. Amer. Soc. Microbiol. F-40.

2.  Crandall, M. (1981) Co-Segregation and Co-Reversion of Genetic Markers in the Yeast Candida albicans. Abs. Ann. Mtg. Amer. Soc. Microbiol. D-36.

3.  Crandall, M. and Waterhous, D.V. (1982) Virulence of a Methionine Auxotroph in Candida albicans. Abs. Ann. Mtg. Amer. Soc. Microbiol. F-57.

4.  Crandall, M., Rotrosen, D. and Edwards, Jr., J.E. (1984) Candida albicans Secreting Extracellular Proteinase Shows Increased Adherence to Endothelial Cell Monolayers. Abs. Ann. Mtg. Amer. Soc. Microbiol. F-24.

5.  Crandall, M., Hirano, L. and Edwards, Jr., J.E. (1985) Relationship between Germination and Proteinase Secretion in Candida albicans. Abs. Ann. Mtg. Amer. Soc. Microbiol. F-62.

6.  Kamyar, A., Crandall, M. and Edwards, Jr., J.E. (1988) Comparative Sensitivities of Candida Species to Amphotericin B and LY121019. Abs. Ann. Mtg. Amer. Soc. Microbiol. F-85.

7.  Crandall, M., Nelson, A. and Sustarsic, D. (1988) An EIA for Candida Proteinase in Vaginitis. Abs. Ann. Mtg. Amer. Soc. Microbiol. F-42.

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