Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, June 24th, 2004
"The incidence of invasive fungal infections had risen dramatically during the past 2 decades. This phenomenon was due to recent advances in medical and surgical therapies (i.e., intensive anticancer therapy, aggressive surgical interventions, organ and bone marrow transplantations)," scientists writing in the Journal de Mycologie Medicale report.
"Molecular typing methods are useful tools in molecular mycology. They may help to identify pathogenic strains, for detecting sources of nosocomial infections and for determining their epidemiological relationship. Moreover, a...
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