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Pathogenesis of invasive fungal infections


, : Pathogenesis of invasive fungal infections. Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases 26(3): 270-276

Invasive fungal infections remain a life-threatening disease. The development of invasive fungal disease is dependent on multiple factors, such us colonization and efficient host immune response. We aimed to review the pathogenesis of invasive fungal infections, in particular, those caused by Candida and Aspergillus. For this we propose, to describe the fungal characteristics, to detail the host defence mechanisms against fungus and to analyse the host risk factors for invasive fungal infection.

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PMID: 23449139

DOI: 10.1097/QCO.0b013e32835fb920


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