Functional Genomic Analysis of Candida glabrata-Macrophage Interaction: Role of Chromatin Remodeling in Virulence

@article{Rai2012FunctionalGA,
  title={Functional Genomic Analysis of Candida glabrata-Macrophage Interaction: Role of Chromatin Remodeling in Virulence},
  author={Maruti Nandan Rai and S. Balusu and Neelima Gorityala and Lakshmi Dandu and R. Kaur},
  journal={PLoS Pathogens},
  year={2012},
  volume={8}
}
Fungal septicemia is an increasingly common complication of immunocompromised patients worldwide. Candida species are the leading cause of invasive mycoses with Candida glabrata being the second most frequently isolated Candida species from Intensive Care Unit patients. Despite its clinical importance, very little is known about the mechanisms that C. glabrata employs to survive the antimicrobial and immune response of the mammalian host. Here, to decipher the interaction of C. glabrata with… Expand
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