The bacteriome-mycobiome interaction and antifungal host defense.

  title={The bacteriome-mycobiome interaction and antifungal host defense.},
  author={Jaap Ten Oever and Mihai G Netea},
  journal={European journal of immunology},
  volume={44 11},
Large communities of microorganisms, collectively termed the microbiome, inhabit our body surfaces. With the advent of next-generation sequencing, the diversity and abundance of these communities are being unravelled. Besides an imporant role in metabolic processes, the microbiome is essential for proper functioning of our immune system, including the defense against fungi. Despite the progress of the past years, studies aimed at characterizing our fungal colonizers (the mycobiome) are limited… CONTINUE READING
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