Candida albicans: Cellular and Molecular Biology

Author: Rajendra Prasad

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319504094

Category: Science

Page: 554

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This book on Candida albicans and similar pathogens provides a timely overview of the groundbreaking discoveries made in the areas of drug resistance, host–pathogen interactions, virulence, host immune system modulation, etc., in the last two decades. This comprehensive 2nd Edition includes chapters on fungal infections, hyphal morphogenesis, molecular mechanisms of antifungal resistance, antifungal agents, multidrug transporters, virulence mechanisms in Candida albicans, host–pathogen interactions, the cell wall, fungal biofilms, lipids and antifungal resistance, signaling mechanisms and last but not the least host-immune responses. As such, it offers an ideal reference guide for mycologists, researchers, pharmacists, clinicians, and undergraduate students engaged or interested in fungal research. It will also benefit clinicians, who are required to keep abreast of the current state of research on antifungal drug resistance and antifungal development.
Advances in Candida albicans

Author:

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9781839691812

Category: Medical

Page: 124

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Candida albicans, a fungal pathobiont, is the major component of the microbiota communities in healthy adults. It resides in the host’s gastrointestinal tract and mouth and can become pathogenic via overgrowth under a variety of conditions. This book reviews recent knowledge and the latest research on C. albicans, including the mechanism of candidiasis infection, host response, antifungal strategies, biofilms, genetics, and molecular epidemiology of immune responses.
Candida and Candidamycosis

Author: Emel Tümbay

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781468459104

Category: Medical

Page: 320

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Scientists from 24 countries who participated in the ~ Symposium on Candida and Candidamycosis, 24-28 April 1989, Antalya, Turkey, have made important contributions to a better understanding of Candida and its infections - by their presence, presentations and discussions in the meeting. The Turkish Microbiological Society, organizing the Symposium in the name of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS), thanks all participants for realising this important meeting on such an important subject. In this book the full manuscripts of invited and free papers of the meeting are presented. The Editors extend their sincere thanks to all contributors of papers; to FEMS for encouraging and undertaking the arrangements for publication; to Ege University Publishing House for printing; to Plenum Publishing Company for publishing; and to all colleagues and friends who with their help contributed to this book. The Editors wish that this volume would contribute to a better understanding of Candida and its infections by colleagues working and/or interested in mycology and mycotic diseases.
Growing Fungus

Author: N.A. Gow

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780585275765

Category: Science

Page: 473

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This book is about the growth and differentiation processes underlying the growth and differentia of filamentous fungi. The impetus for this work tion of fungi and that it provides the reader with stems from our perception that the coverage of adequate source references for further information. this highly diverse and important group of organ It is estimated conservatively that there are more isms has been neglected in recent years, despite than 1. 5 million species of fungi - more than five many significant advances in our understanding of times the number of vascular plants and second the underlying mechanisms of growth. This situ only in diversity to the insects. The extreme ation contrasts with the treatment of Saccharomyces diversity of form in the fungi has always been a cerevisiae, for example, which because of its ideal source of inspiration for mycologists. This book is properties for genetic analyses, has established concerned mainly with those systems that have itself as the model eukaryote for the analysis of the been well characterized from the biochemical, cell cycle, and basic studies of biochemical and physiological or genetic points of view. Although genetic regulation. This book does not deal with it has not been possible to illustrate the breadth of the detailed growth phYSiology of S.
Drunk Driving Defense

Author: Lawrence Taylor

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer

ISBN: 9780735554290

Category: Law

Page: 1272

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For even the most seasoned DUI lawyers, defending drunk driving cases has always presented special challenges. Today, mounting a successful drunk driving defense is more difficult than ever. That's why DWI attorneys rely on Drunk Driving Defense . Written by Lawrence Taylor and Steven Oberman, Drunk Driving Defense is generally considered to be the standard-bearing reference in the field. Clear explanations of key scientific and technological issues for DUI lawyers Drunk Driving Defense ensures that you Understand The chemical, biological and technological concepts and issues underlying drunk driving defense and prosecution. Rely on expert DUI lawyers Taylor and Oberman to bring you up to speed in key areas including: The key defects inherent in blood and breath analysis and testing. The correlation between blood alcohol concentration and actual impairment. The effects of stress and cold weather on alcohol absorption. How fermentation of the blood sample may raise blood alcohol levels. The effect of acetone in breath tests taken by diabetics and dieters. Possible errors in breath analysis due to RFI (radio frequency interference). The effect of trauma from an automobile accident on alcohol elimination Dozens of Practical DWI attorney tools to streamline and simplify drunk driving defense preparation Drunk Driving Defense, Sixth Edition contains dozens of practical tools to streamline and simplify the complex DUI defense process. And now, they are all included on a free bonus DWI Lawyer Resources CD-ROM so you can locate, review, and print them out in a matter of seconds, including: Dozens of quick-reference checklists to help DUI lawyers avoid critical missteps. Sample drunk driving defense motions including those to help DU I lawyers to facilitate discovery, appoint chemical experts, and suppress blood alcohol evidence. More than 150 pages of verbatim direct and DWI attorney cross testimony and statements. Sample arrest reports, instrument instructions and other forms use by police agencies. Comprehensive DWI attorney-client interview questionnaires for DUI lawyers. Detailed operator's manuals For The most current blood alcohol testing equipment: including the Intoxilyzer 8000. Try Drunk Driving Defense Risk-Free for 30 days. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied, simply return it to us. FREE SHIPPING! Domestic Ground Shipping is Free when you pay by credit card
The Fungal Spore and Disease Initiation in Plants and Animals

Author: G.T. Cole

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781489926357

Category: Science

Page: 555

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This treatise is focused on early aspects of fungal pathogenesis in plant and animal hosts. Our aim in choosing the topics and contributors was to demonstrate common approaches to studies of fungal-plant and fungal-animal interactions, particularly at the biochemical and molecular Ievels. For example, the initial events of adh«sion of fungal spores to the exposed surface tissues of the host are essential for subsequent invasion of the plant or animal and establishment of pathogenesis. A point of consensus among investigators who have directed their attention to such events in plants, insects, and vertebrates isthat spore adhesion to the host cuticle or epithelium is more than a simple binding event. lt is a complex and potentially pivotal process in fungal-plant interactions which "may involve the secretion of ftuids that prepare the infection court for the development of morphological stages of the germling" and subsequent invasion of the host (Nicholson and Epstein, Chapter 1). The attachment of the fungal propagule to the arthropod cuticle is also "mediated by the chemical components present on the outer layer of the spore wall and the epicuticle . . . . Initial attachment may be reinforced further by either the active secretion of adhesive materials or the modification of spore wall materiallocated at the [fungal spore arthropod] cuticle interface (Boucias and Pendland, Chapter 5).