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Molecular Biology and its Application to Medical Mycology

Proceedings Out of Print
By: Bruno Maresca(Editor), George S Kobayashi(Editor), Hideyo Yamaguchi(Editor)
257 pages, 21 tables
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Molecular Biology and its Application to Medical Mycology
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  • Molecular Biology and its Application to Medical Mycology ISBN: 9783540546092 Hardback Apr 1993 Out of Print #88407
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Presented here are recent achievements in the molecular biology of non-pathogenic yeast and filamentous fungi as well as human pathogens. The book is divided into four sections: molecular biology of yeast; molecular biology of filamentous fungi; new tools and prospectives for medical mycology; and fungal morphogenesis. It focuses on aspects of medical mycology; namely the isolation of specific genes and strategies for developing new targets for antifungal therapy.


- Molecular Biology of Yeast
- Cell Cycle Regulation in Fission Yeast
- Yeast Genes Overcoming Growth Arrest Induced by 1,10-Phenanthroline
- Reverse Genetics in a Non-Conventional Yeast, Candida maltosa
- The Complement C3D-Binding Receptor (CR2) of Candida albicans: Cloning and Sequence Analysis of a Gene Fragment Homologous with a Human CR2 cDNA Clone
- Biology, Physiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics of Trichosporon Yeasts
- Physiological Functions of Vacuoles in Yeast: Mechanism of Sequestration of Metabolites and Proteins into Vacuoles
- Characterization of a Candida albicans-Specific DNA Fragment
- Recent Advances in the Molecular Biology of Cryptococcus neoformans
- Molecular Biology of Kluyveromyces lactis
- Gene Regulatory Circuits in S. cerevisiae as a Tool for the Identification of Heterologous Eukaryotic Regulatory Elements
- Molecular Biology of Filamentous Fungi
- Molecular Breeding in Filamentous Fungi with Emphasis on Aspergilli
- TubB ?-Tubulin is Essential for Sexual Development in Aspergillus nidulans
- The Heat Shock Response of Neurospora crassa
- Blue Light Regulated Expression of Geranylgeranyl Pyrophosphate Synthetase (Albino-3) Gene in Neurospora crassa
- Expression of Genes for the Biosynthesis of Penicillin
- New Tools and Prospectives for Medical Mycology
- Imaging of the Yeast Killer Phenomenon
- cDNA Cloning of Candida albicans Aspartic Proteinase and Its Diagnostic Application
- Molecular Biotyping of Candida in Experimental and Clinical Studies
- Homoserine Dehydrogenase as a Selective Target Molecule for Antifungal Action
- Molecular Mechanisms of Antifungal Activity and Fungal Resistence: Focus on Inhibitors of Ergosterol Biosynthesis
- Molecular Studies on Azole Sensitivity in Fungi
- Antifungal Chemotherapy and Drug Strategies: Projected Clinical Needs
- Funding Medical Mycology: Strategies for Attracting the Private Sector
- Fungal Morphogenesis
- Chromosomal Organization of Histoplasma capsulation
- Chitin, Chitin Synthase and Chitin Synthase Conserved Region Homologues in Wangiella dermatitidis
- Heat Shock Response and Adaptation during Morphogenesis in Histoplasma capsulatum

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Proceedings Out of Print
By: Bruno Maresca(Editor), George S Kobayashi(Editor), Hideyo Yamaguchi(Editor)
257 pages, 21 tables
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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