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Candida albicans. Cellular and molecular biology

, : Candida albicans. Cellular and molecular biology. Candida albicans Cellular and molecular biology: 267 pp.

The aim of this text, as addressed in an introductory chapter by the editor, is to provide a comprehensive account of the full range of cellular and molecular biological aspects of C. albicans. The remaining 14 chapters cover emerging areas in dimorphism, physiology, immunology, genetics and therapeutics. Each chapter is abstracted separately.

Accession: 002042480

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-50409-4

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