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One of the leading US alternative metal acts to emerge from the 90s, Tool was formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1990 by Adam Jones (b. 15 January 1965, Libertyville ...

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Animal models: an important tool in mycology

Javier Capilla, Karl V. Clemons and David A. Stevens.

in Medical Mycology

December 2007; p ublished online December 2007 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Mycology and Fungi; Infectious Diseases; Medical Toxicology; Veterinary Medicine; Environmental Science. 18422 words.

Animal models of fungal infections are, and will remain, a key tool in the advancement of the medical mycology. Many different types of animal models of fungal infection have been...

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Molecular identification tools for sibling species of <i>Scedosporium</i> and <i>Pseudallescheria</i>

M. Lackner, C. H. Klaassen, J. F. Meis, A. H. G. Gerrits van den Ende and G. S. de Hoog.

in Medical Mycology

July 2012; p ublished online July 2012 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Mycology and Fungi; Infectious Diseases; Medical Toxicology; Veterinary Medicine; Environmental Science. 5766 words.

The aim of this study was to develop molecular identification tools for currently recognized species of Pseudallescheria and Scedosporium through the use of species-specific primers and...

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Transposable elements and two other molecular markers as typing tools for the genus <i>Paracoccidioides</i>

Fernanda Lourenço Alves, Mariceli Araújo Ribeiro, Rosane Christine Hahn, Marcus de Melo Teixeira, Zoilo Pires de Camargo, Patrícia Silva Cisalpino and Marjorie Mendes Marini.

in Medical Mycology

February 2015; p ublished online December 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Mycology and Fungi; Infectious Diseases; Medical Toxicology; Veterinary Medicine; Environmental Science. 2943 words.

Studies comparing Paracoccidioides brasiliensis and Paracoccidioides lutzii have shown that these fungi have significant genomic differences that may have implications in the clinical...

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Contribution of molecular tools for the diagnosis and epidemiology of fungal chronic rhinosinusitis

Pauline Comacle, Sorya Belaz, Franck Jegoux, Christophe Ruaux, François Le Gall, Jean-Pierre Gangneux and Florence Robert-Gangneux.

in Medical Mycology

November 2016; p ublished online June 2016 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Infectious Diseases; Medical Toxicology; Environmental Science; Mycology and Fungi; Veterinary Medicine. 3729 words.

Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) rank second at chronic inflammatory diseases in industrialized countries and are an important public health concern. Diagnosis relies on a set of arguments...

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The use of flow cytometry as a tool for monitoring filament formation of fungi

R. L. Hopfer, S. D. Sparks and G. M. Cox.

in Medical Mycology

January 2001; p ublished online January 2001 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Mycology and Fungi; Infectious Diseases; Medical Toxicology; Veterinary Medicine; Environmental Science. 0 words.

Flow cytometry (FC) has the ability to discriminate a variety of cell parameters including cell size and complexity, and fluorescence intensity. As yeast cells or fungal spores germinate...

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PCR fingerprinting: a convenient molecular tool to distinguish between <i>Candida dubliniensis</i> and <i>Candida albicans</i>

W. Meyer, K. Maszewska and T. C. Sorrell.

in Medical Mycology

January 2001; p ublished online January 2001 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Mycology and Fungi; Infectious Diseases; Medical Toxicology; Veterinary Medicine; Environmental Science. 0 words.

Candida dubliniensis was recently identified as a germ-tube- and chlamydospore-positive yeast, phenotypically and morphologically indistinguishable from the phylogenetically...

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Assessment of <i>Candida albicans</i> genes expressed during infections as a tool to understand pathogenesis

M. Hong Nguyen, S. Cheng and C. J. Clancy.

in Medical Mycology

August 2004; p ublished online August 2004 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Mycology and Fungi; Infectious Diseases; Medical Toxicology; Veterinary Medicine; Environmental Science. 0 words.

Candida albicans is the most common fungal opportunistic pathogen of humans and causes mucocutaneous, bloodstream and deep organ infections. Screening for C. albicans genes...

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<i>Agrobacterium tumefaciens</i>-mediated transformation of the dermatophyte, <i>Trichophyton mentagrophytes</i>: an efficient tool for gene transfer

Tsuyoshi Yamada, Koichi Makimura, Kazuo Satoh, Yoshiko Umeda, Yumiko Ishihara and Shigeru Abe.

in Medical Mycology

August 2009; p ublished online August 2009 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Mycology and Fungi; Infectious Diseases; Medical Toxicology; Veterinary Medicine; Environmental Science. 5114 words.

Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation (ATMT) was used to facilitate gene transfer into the clinically important dermatophyte, Trichophyton mentagrophytes (teleomorp...

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Yeast as a tool to express sugar acid transporters with biotechnological interest

David Ribas, Joana Sá-Pessoa, Isabel Soares-Silva, Sandra Paiva, Yvonne Nygård, Laura Ruohonen, Merja Penttilä and Margarida Casal.

in FEMS Yeast Research

P ublished online January 2017 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Biotechnology; Genetics and Genomics; Microbiology; Molecular and Cell Biology; Mycology and Fungi. 6796 words.

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Sugar acids can be used as platform chemicals to generate primary building blocks of industrially relevant products. Microbial production of these...

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Analyses of phagocytosis, evoked oxidative burst, and killing of black yeasts by human neutrophils: A tool for estimating their pathogenicity?

H. Peltroche-Llacsahuanga, N. Schnitzler, S. Jentsch, A. Platz, S. De Hoog, K. G. Schweizer and G. Haase.

in Medical Mycology

January 2003; p ublished online January 2003 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Mycology and Fungi; Infectious Diseases; Medical Toxicology; Veterinary Medicine; Environmental Science. 0 words.

The pathogenicity of several dematiaceous yeasts that have, to date, rarely been isolated in humans remains unclear. Because professional phagocytes are prominent in lesions caused by...

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