Diarmuid B. Shanley

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The phylogenetic position of Candida dubliniensis has previously been established on the basis of the sequence of rRNA genes. In order to confirm the relationship between C. dubliniensis and other yeast species, particularly Candida albicans, using non-rRNA gene sequences the ACT1 gene was chosen for analysis. Three overlapping fragments that together span(More)
The increased incidence of fungal infections during the last decade has been well-documented [1-4]. Given that one of the most important factors contributing to this phenomenon is the increased numbers of immuno-compromised individuals, it is perhaps not surprising that species previously not associated with human disease and novel species previously(More)
The teaching of clinical maxillomandibular relationships is an area of weakness in dental school curricula. Most difficulties arise when a reference position is required to adjust or reconstitute the maximum intercuspation of the dentition. The dentist-derived concept of the centric maxillomandibular relation position is used to solve this problem. There is(More)
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