Foong M. Yeong,
National University of Singapore, Singapore
The field of fungal research is becoming increasingly important, especially as we seek to understand the diversity of fungi around us. Moreover, we are still dealing with...
Deadline for abstract submission:
14 Jun 2014
Deadline for full article submission:
14 Aug 2014
Elaine M. Bignell,
Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Diseases caused by Aspergillus fumigatus, the most prevalent of human mould pathogens, afflict humans having diverse immunological defects and are associated with high...
Joshua D. Nosanchuk,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA
Carlos P. Taborda,
University of São Paulo, Brazil
Invasive fungal diseases have increased many fold over the past 50 years. Current treatment regimens typically require prolonged administration of antifungal medications...
Bruce C. Campbell,
Western Regional Research Centre, USA
Jong H. Kim,
There are two major problems with commercial antifungal agents, such as fungicides and antifungal drugs. One problem is the ability of targeted fungal pathogens to...
Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil
Surface components in fungal cells include cell wall molecules and, in certain cases, capsular structures. In pathogens, these components are responsible for key events...
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