Feed Preview

Fast Growing


Aspergillosis diagram by Kateryna Kon, Shutterstock
Kateryna Kon, Shutterstock

Aspergillosis is the name given to a wide variety of diseases caused by infection by fungi of the genus Aspergillus. Aspergillosis occurs in chronic or acute forms which are clinically very distinct. Most cases of acute aspergillosis occur in patients with severely compromised immune systems. Chronic colonization or infection can cause complications in people with underlying respiratory illnesses. Discover the latest research on aspergillosis here.

Top 20 most recent papers
Journal of Proteome Research

The dynamic surface proteomes of allergenic fungal conidia

Journal of Proteome ResearchApril 3, 2020
M. G. BlangoAxel A. Brakhage
Medical Mycology

Cathelicidin-inspired antimicrobial peptides as novel antifungal compounds

Medical MycologyApril 3, 2020
Martin van EijkHans de Cock
Environmental Science and Pollution Research International

Thiosemicarbazone nano-formulation for the control of Aspergillus flavus

Environmental Science and Pollution Research InternationalApril 3, 2020
Giorgio SpadolaDominga Rogolino
Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry

PNA-Based Dynamic Combinatorial Libraries (PDCL) and screening of lectins

Bioorganic & Medicinal ChemistryApril 4, 2020
Lluc Farrera-SolerNicolas Winssinger
Medical Mycology

Deep fungal infections diagnosed by histology in Uganda: a 70-year retrospective study

Medical MycologyApril 4, 2020
Richard KwizeraRobert Lukande
The American Journal of Medicine

Pulmonary Aspergillosis: What the Generalist Needs to Know

The American Journal of MedicineApril 3, 2020
Firas El-BabaAyman O Soubani
Infection, Genetics and Evolution : Journal of Molecular Epidemiology and Evolutionary Genetics in Infectious Diseases

A transcriptome-level view of Drosophila's immune response to the opportunistic fungal pathogen Aspergillus flavus

Infection, Genetics and Evolution : Journal of Molecular Epidemiology and Evolutionary Genetics in Infectious DiseasesApril 3, 2020
Luis A Ramírez-Camejo, Paul Bayman
International Journal of Food Microbiology

The MAP kinase AflSlt2 modulates aflatoxin biosynthesis and peanut infection in the fungus Aspergillus flavus

International Journal of Food MicrobiologyApril 3, 2020
Feng ZhangShihua Wang

See more papers from this feed

Related Feeds

AIDS Malignancies

HIV infection increases the risk of non-communicable diseases common in the aged, including cardiovascular disease, neurocognitive decline, non-aids malignancies, osteoporosis, and frailty. Discover the latest research in AIDS malignancies.

Acinetobacter Infections

Acinetobacter infections have become common in hospitalized patients, especially in the intensive care unit setting and are difficult to treat due to their propensity to develop antimicrobial drug resistance. Discover the latest research on Acinetobacter Infections here.

Acute viral rhinopharyngitis

Acute viral rhinopharyngitis, also known as "common cold", is an acute, self-limiting viral infection of the upper respiratory tract involving the nose, sinuses, pharynx and larynx. Discover the latest research on acute viral rhinopharyngitis here.

African Trypanosomiasis

African trypanosomiasis, also known as sleeping sickness, is an insect-borne parasitic disease of humans and other animals. It is caused by protozoa of the species Trypanosoma brucei and almost invariably progresses to death unless treated. Discover the latest research on African trypanosomiasis here.


Anthrax toxin, comprising protective antigen, lethal factor, and oedema factor, is the major virulence factor of Bacillus anthracis, an agent that causes high mortality in humans and animals. Here is the latest research on Anthrax.

Anthrax Vaccines

Three different types of anthrax vaccines are available; a live-attenuated, an alum-precipitated cell-free filtrate and a protein recombinant vaccine. The effectiveness between the three is uncertain, but the live-attenuated have shown to reduce the risk of anthrax with low adverse events. Here is the latest research on anthrax vaccines.

Avian Influenza: Innate Immune Adjuvant

Adjuvants systems that are added to vaccines against avian influenza have be explored to enhance the innate immune system response against the virus. Here is the latest research on avian influenza and the innate immune adjuvant.

BK Virus Infection

BK virus infection is a significant complication of modern immunosuppression used in kidney transplantation. Discover the latest research on BK virus infection here.

Bacillus Cereus Infection

Bacillus Cereus is a gram-positive bacteria that is the cause of some foodborne illnesses and leads to diarrhea and vomiting. Discover the latest research on Bacillus Cereus Infection here.

Bacterial Meningitis

Bacterial meningitis continues to be an important cause of mortality and morbidity throughout the world. Here is the latest research.

© 2020 Meta ULC. All rights reserved