Animal Models to Study Mucormycosis
AbstractMucormycosis is a rare but often fatal or debilitating infection caused by a diverse group of fungi. Animal models have been crucial in advancing our knowledge of mechanisms influencing the pathogenesis of mucormycoses, and to evaluate therapeutic strategies. This review describes the animal models established for mucormycosis, summarizes how they have been applied to study mucormycoses, and discusses the advantages and limitations of the different model systems. View Full-Text
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Jacobsen, I.D. Animal Models to Study Mucormycosis. J. Fungi 2019, 5, 27.
Jacobsen ID. Animal Models to Study Mucormycosis. Journal of Fungi. 2019; 5(2):27.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jacobsen, Ilse D. 2019. "Animal Models to Study Mucormycosis." J. Fungi 5, no. 2: 27.
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