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Galleria mellonella as a host model to study Candida glabrata virulence and antifungal efficacy

Galleria mellonella as a host model to study Candida glabrata virulence and antifungal efficacy

Virulence 8(8): 1909-1917

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PMID: 28658597

DOI: 10.1080/21505594.2017.1347744

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