Identification and Investigation of Dfi1p signaling intermediates and transcriptional targets in Candida albicans

Weeks, Anne.


  • Abstract: The common human commensal, Candida albicans, is a polymorphic fungus and a medically significant opportunistic pathogen. C albicans can undergo a morphological shift between a yeast form and a hyphal form in response to many environmental stimuli, including growth in contact with an agar matrix. Wildtype levels of filamentation in response to growth in contact with an agar matrix ... read more
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