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The mission of Fungi and their Interactions is to bring the different fields of mycology together, with the ultimate goal of publishing research that makes a difference to people’s lives. Mycology spans agricultural, medical and applied industrial fields, yet it is a poorly represented biological field in colleges and universities. This section aims to create a single platform for the different fields of mycology where researchers can learn from one another, so that human, animal and plant life can be improved.
We aim to publish significant research findings on all aspects of mycology to enhance our ability to decipher the nature of the complex interactions of fungi. This includes fungal pathogens and mycotoxins, host-fungal interactions in humans, animals and plants, fungal biotechnology, fungi in agriculture, fungal biodiversity and taxonomic and phylogenetic studies.
Authors submitting work aimed specifically towards fungal pathogens in a clinical sense, for example vaccine studies, novel drug and treatment approaches and strategies, mechanisms of drug resistance, diagnostics, and immunotherapy, may also consider the section Fungal Pathogenesis in the Cellular and Infection Microbiology journal.
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