Fungi

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Christophe D’Enfert-Fungal - Biology and Pathogenicity Unit 

The Fungal Biology and Pathogenicity Unit explores different aspects of the biology of the fungal pathogens of humans Candida albicans and Aspergillus fumigatus with focuses on the mechanisms governing genome stability, biofilm formation and their tolerance to antifungals, and cell wall biogenesis.

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Françoise Dromer - Molecular Mycology

The nationwide surveillance on invasive fungal infections (IFIs) together with centralized characterization of the isolates are unique assets for the investigation of single or clustered cases due to unusual fungal pathogens including those resistant to antifungal drugs.

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Thierry Fontaine - Fungal - Biology and Pathogenicity

The cell wall of fungal pathogens represents both an anti-fungal target and an essential armor to escape host defenses.

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Guilhem Janbon - RNA Biology of Fungal Pathogens

This unit explores extracellular vesicles as a means to communicate an “antifungal” message of one cell to another.

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Jessica Quintin - Immunology Of Fungal Infections Unit

Understanding the modulation of innate immune responses for adjunctive immunotherapy.

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