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Tag Archives: Fungi
Biofilms are arguably the most common state of microbial growth found in nature and in patients infected with pathogenic organisms. A feature of prokaryotic and eukaryotic biofilms is their production of an extracellular matrix. The matrix provides a protective environment … Continue reading
Humans are covered from head-to-toe with Malassezia. Continue reading
Coming soon to a scalp near you: the dandruffome. Continue reading
The distance between commensalism and pathogenesis in fungi is surprisingly small. Continue reading
The diversity of fungal spores in air is vast, but research on asthma focuses on a handful of easily identified, culturable species. Continue reading
A couple of recent articles about fungal infection. Continue reading