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    • Analyses of pediatric isolates of Cryptococcus neoformans from South Africa. 

      Miglia, Kathleen J; Govender, Nelesh P; Rossouw, Jenny; Meiring, Susan; Mitchell, Thomas G; Group for Enteric, Respiratory and Meningeal Disease Surveillance in South Africa (J Clin Microbiol, 2011-01)
      Compared to the incidence in adults, cryptococcosis is inexplicably rare among children, even in sub-Saharan Africa, which has the highest prevalence of coinfection with HIV and Cryptococcus neoformans. To explore any mycological ...
    • Cryptococcal cell morphology affects host cell interactions and pathogenicity. 

      Okagaki, Laura H; Strain, Anna K; Nielsen, Judith N; Charlier, Caroline; Baltes, Nicholas J; Chrétien, Fabrice; Heitman, Joseph; ... (9 authors) (PLoS Pathog, 2010-06-17)
      Cryptococcus neoformans is a common life-threatening human fungal pathogen. The size of cryptococcal cells is typically 5 to 10 microm. Cell enlargement was observed in vivo, producing cells up to 100 microm. These morphological ...
    • Low-copy nuclear sequence data confirm complex patterns of farina evolution in notholaenid ferns (Pteridaceae). 

      Kao, T; Pryer, KM; Freund, FD; Windham, MD; Rothfels, CJ (Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2019-09)
      Notholaenids are an unusual group of ferns that have adapted to, and diversified within, the deserts of Mexico and the southwestern United States. With approximately 40 species, this group is noted for being desiccation-tolerant ...