Hidden Killers: Human Fungal Infections

@article{Brown2012HiddenKH,
  title={Hidden Killers: Human Fungal Infections},
  author={G. Brown and D. Denning and N. Gow and S. Levitz and M. Netea and T. C. White},
  journal={Science Translational Medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={4},
  pages={165rv13 - 165rv13}
}
The lack of robust rapid diagnostic tests, safe and effective drugs, and preventative vaccines hampers treatment of patients with invasive fungal infections. Although fungal infections contribute substantially to human morbidity and mortality, the impact of these diseases on human health is not widely appreciated. Moreover, despite the urgent need for efficient diagnostic tests and safe and effective new drugs and vaccines, research into the pathophysiology of human fungal infections lags… Expand
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