Subject Areas on Research
- A Genome-Wide Functional Genomics Approach Identifies Susceptibility Pathways to Fungal Bloodstream Infection in Humans.
- An integrative genomics approach identifies novel pathways that influence candidaemia susceptibility.
- An observational study on the epidemiological and mycological profile of Candidemia in ICU patients.
- Antifungal catheter lock therapy for the management of a persistent Candida albicans bloodstream infection in an adult receiving hemodialysis.
- Calcineurin controls drug tolerance, hyphal growth, and virulence in Candida dubliniensis.
- Central line-associated bloodstream infection in hospitalized children with peripherally inserted central venous catheters: extending risk analyses outside the intensive care unit.
- Commentary: pediatric antifungal drug development: lessons learned and recommendations for the future.
- Early treatment of candidemia in adults: a review.
- Epidemiological and mycological characteristics of candidemia in patients with hematological malignancies attending a tertiary-care center in India.
- Evaluation of a digital microfluidic real-time PCR platform to detect DNA of Candida albicans in blood.
- Functional genomics identifies type I interferon pathway as central for host defense against Candida albicans.
- Genetic variation in the dectin-1/CARD9 recognition pathway and susceptibility to candidemia.
- Global analysis of the evolution and mechanism of echinocandin resistance in Candida glabrata.
- Immunochip SNP array identifies novel genetic variants conferring susceptibility to candidaemia.
- Inflammatory Protein Profiles in Plasma of Candidaemia Patients and the Contribution of Host Genetics to Their Variability.
- Predictors and outcomes of Candida bloodstream infection: eight-year surveillance, western Saudi Arabia.
- Quantitation of Candida CFU in initial positive blood cultures.
- Sepsis in young infants with congenital heart disease.
- The RIG-I-like helicase receptor MDA5 (IFIH1) is involved in the host defense against Candida infections.
- The host transcriptional response to Candidemia is dominated by neutrophil activation and heme biosynthesis and supports novel diagnostic approaches.
- The impact of caspase-12 on susceptibility to candidemia.
- Toll-like receptor 1 polymorphisms increase susceptibility to candidemia.
- Vav Proteins Are Key Regulators of Card9 Signaling for Innate Antifungal Immunity.