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Experimental basis for the clinical epidemiology of fungal infections. A review



Experimental basis for the clinical epidemiology of fungal infections. A review



Mycoses 32(10): 499-515



Based on the concept that the agents of deep fungal infections can be divided into primary pathogens and opportunistics, the experimental basis for the clinical epidemiology of mycoses is discussed.

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