Using in vivo transcriptomics and RNA enrichment to identify genes involved in virulence of Candida glabrata

Sanne Schrevens, Eric Durandau, Van Du T. Tran & Dominique Sanglard
Candida species are the most commonly isolated opportunistic fungal pathogens in humans. These species exhibit very different infection strategies, since they acquired pathogenesis independently throughout evolution. Candida albicans causes most of the diagnosed infections, closely followed by Candida glabrata. C. albicans is well studied, and many genes have been shown to be important for infection and colonization of the host. It is, however, less clear how C. glabrata infects the host. With the help of...
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