Candida albicans-epithelial interactions and pathogenicity mechanisms: scratching the surface

@inproceedings{Moyes2015CandidaAI,
  title={Candida albicans-epithelial interactions and pathogenicity mechanisms: scratching the surface},
  author={David L Moyes and Jonathan P Richardson and Julian R Naglik},
  booktitle={Virulence},
  year={2015}
}
Until recently, epithelial cells have been a largely ignored component of host responses to microbes. However, this has been largely overturned over the last decade as an ever increasing number of studies have highlighted the key role that these cells play in many of our interactions with our microbiota and pathogens. Interactions of these cells with Candida albicans have been shown to be critical not just in host responses, but also in fungal cell responses, regulating fungal morphology and… CONTINUE READING
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