Polymicrobial infections involving clinically relevant Gram-negative bacteria and fungi

Sanjiveeni Dhamgaye, Yue Qu, Anton Yariv Peleg

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Abstract

Interactions between fungi and bacteria and their relevance to human health and disease have recently attracted increased attention in biomedical fields. Emerging evidence shows that bacteria and fungi can have synergistic or antagonistic interactions, each with important implications for human colonization and disease. It is now appreciated that some of these interactions may be strategic, and help promote the survival of one or both microorganisms within the host. This review will shed light on clinically relevant interactions between fungi and Gram-negative bacteria. Mechanism of interaction, host immune responses and preventive measures will also be reviewed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1716-1722
Number of pages7
JournalCellular Microbiology
Volume18
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2016

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Polymicrobial infections involving clinically relevant Gram-negative bacteria and fungi. / Dhamgaye, Sanjiveeni; Qu, Yue; Peleg, Anton Yariv.

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