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The copper regulon of the human fungal pathogen Cryptococcus neoformans H99
Cryptococcus neoformans is a human fungal pathogen that is the causative agent of cryptococcosis and fatal meningitis in immuno‐compromised hosts. Recent studies suggest that copper (Cu) acquisitionExpand
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Postnaupliar stages of a thaumatopsyllid copepod from a reef area of the western Caribbean Sea
Copepods of the recently established order Thaumatopsylloida are semi‐parasitic forms in which naupliar development takes place inside ophiurid echinoderms; the postnaupliar stages are free‐living.Expand
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Multiscale variability of the Chaetognatha along a Caribbean reef lagoon system
We studied the distributional patterns of the chaetognath community along a large reef system of the western Caribbean during 3 seasons using a multiscale hierarchical sampling design. HydrographicalExpand
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The Cu regulon of the human fungal pathogen Cryptococcus neoformans H99: Cuf1 activates distinct genes in response to both Cu excess and deficiency
Cryptococcus neoformans is a human fungal pathogen that is the causative agent of cryptococcosis and fatal meningitis in immuno-compromised hosts. Recent studies suggest that copper (Cu) acquisitionExpand
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New records and a new species of Spadella (Chaetognatha: Spadellidae) from the western Caribbean Sea
ABSTRACT Two species of the chaetognath family Spadellidae were recorded in a reef-related environment of the Mexican Caribbean; one of these spadellids represents a new species which is describedExpand
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3. Fungal Genomics
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