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A Really Bad Yeast Infection

Uncommon opportunistic yeast bloodstream infections from Qatar

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Antifungal susceptibility patterns of yeast isolates causing bloodstream infections

Yeast response to LA virus indicates coadapted global gene expression during mycoviral infection

In vitro activity of aminosterols against yeasts involved in blood stream infections

Bloodstream yeast infections in a university hospital in Northeast Turkey: a 4-year survey

Ultrastructural characterization of the agent of systemic yeast infection of owl monkeys

Real-time antifungal susceptibility screening aids management of invasive yeast infections in immunocompromised patients

Alterations to the Cell Wall of Histoplasma capsulatum Yeasts during Infection of Macrophages or Epithelial Cells

Interrelationships among Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Infection, Bacterial Vaginosis, Trichomoniasis, and the Presence of Yeasts

Five-year evaluation of bloodstream yeast infections in a tertiary hospital: the predominance of non-C. albicans Candida species

Effect of yeast cell product (CitriStim) supplementation on broiler performance and intestinal immune cell parameters during an experimental coccidial infection1

Antifungal activity of posaconazole compared with fluconazole and amphotericin B against yeasts from oropharyngeal candidiasis and other infections

The non-mammalian host Galleria mellonella can be used to study the virulence of the fungal pathogen Candida tropicalis and the efficacy of antifungal drugs during infection by this pathogenic yeast

 

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Infection with yeast organisms can affect the oropharynx, vagina, penis, rectum, and sometimes, especially in immunocompromised persons, the respiratory and gastrointestinal tract. Yeast infections may complicate advanced stages of HIV/AIDS. See also candidiasis.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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