Table 3 MIC values for fluconazole and ketoconazole as measured in various deletion strains
StrainMIC Fluconazole, µg/mLFold DifferenceMIC Ketoconazole, µg/mLFold Difference
WT URA332N/A0.5N/A
WT ura332N/A0.5N/A
Cg∆zcf1 (Cg∆pdr1)48No growth with 0.03 µg/mL>8
Cg∆zcf432N/A0.252
Cg∆zcf9Not testedN/A0.252
Cg∆zcf10Not testedN/A0.252
Cg∆zcf12Not testedN/A0.252
Cg∆zcf16Not testedN/A0.252
Cg∆zcf18Not testedN/A0.252
Cg∆zcf2332N/A0.252
Cg∆zcf2432N/A0.252
Cg∆zcf2632N/A0.5N/A
Cg∆zcf2716-26≈ 20.252
Cg∆zcf2932N/A0.252
Cg∆zcf3132N/A0.252
Cg∆zcf3332N/A0.252
Cg∆zcf36Not testedN/A0.252
Cg∆zcf37Not testedN/A0.252
Cg∆zcf3932N/A0.5N/A
  • Deletion strains that showed sensitivity to azoles with spotting assays were used to perform MIC assays. MIC, minimal inhibitory concentration; WT, wild type; N/A, not applicable.