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    • Candida glabrata’s genome plasticity confers a unique pattern of expressed cell wall proteins 

      López-Fuentes, Eunice; Gutiérrez Escobedo, Ma Guadalupe; Timmermans, Bea; Van Dijck, Patrick; De Las Peñas Nava, Alejandro; Castaño Navarro, Irene Beatriz (MDPI AG, 2018)
      "Candida glabrata is the second most common cause of candidemia, and its ability to adhere to different host cell types, to microorganisms, and to medical devices are important virulence factors. Here, we consider three ...
    • Molecular characterization of the silencing complex SIR in Candida glabrata hyperadherent clinical isolates 

      Leiva Peláez, Osney; Gutiérrez Escobedo, Ma Guadalupe; López-Fuentes, Eunice; Cruz Mora, José; De Las Peñas Nava, Alejandro; Castaño Navarro, Irene Beatriz (Elsevier, 2018)
      "An important virulence factor for the fungal pathogen Candida glabrata is the ability to adhere to the host cells, which is mediated by the expression of adhesins. Epa1 is responsible for ?95% of the in vitro adherence ...