As a general rule, other species of bacteria and yeast are competitive with rather than cooperative toward candida. This can be explained by natural selection ("survival of the fittest"). Competition for limited resources is the rule in nature, and that includes the microscopic world. Other species of bacteria and yeast have actually evolved inhibitory molecules towards one another and candida. There are occasional instances of symbiotic cooperation, but with the strains you mentioned, it's reasonable to assume they are inhibitors of candida.