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Fungal diseases as neglected pathogens: A wake-up call to public health officials

Volume: 14, Issue: 2, Pages: e0007964 - e0007964
Published: Feb 20, 2020
Abstract
Human fungal diseases differ fundamentally from other infections in diverse ways. As eukaryotic pathogens, fungi share many similarities with their host cells, which impairs the development of antifungal compounds. Fungal tropism is highly variable, as pathogens infect a wide range of cell types. A single fungal pathogen can infect multiple tissues in the same patient (depending on the host’s immunological status) and can undergo morphogenic...
Paper Details
Title
Fungal diseases as neglected pathogens: A wake-up call to public health officials
Published Date
Feb 20, 2020
Volume
14
Issue
2
Pages
e0007964 - e0007964
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