Abnormal Development - Fungal Infection
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The variety of fungal infections that can occur during pregnancy is as variable as the potential developmental effects. In particular several fungi produce known mycotoxin chemicals.
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Érica Barbosa Felestrino, Izadora Tabuso Vieira, Washington Luiz Caneschi, Isabella Ferreira Cordeiro, Renata de Almeida Barbosa Assis, Camila Gracyelle de Carvalho Lemes, Natasha Peixoto Fonseca, Angélica Bianchini Sanchez, Juan Carlos Caicedo Cepeda, Jesus Aparecido Ferro, Camila Carrião Machado Garcia, Flávio Fonseca do Carmo, Luciana Hiromi Yoshino Kamino, Leandro Marcio Moreira Biotechnological potential of plant growth-promoting bacteria from the roots and rhizospheres of endemic plants in ironstone vegetation in southeastern Brazil. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.: 2018, 34(10);156 PubMed 30284648
Ante Bubić, Natalia Mrnjavac, Igor Stuparević, Marta Łyczek, Beata Wielgus-Kutrowska, Agnieszka Bzowska, Marija Luić, Ivana Leščić Ašler In the quest for new targets for pathogen eradication: the adenylosuccinate synthetase from the bacterium Helicobacter pylori. J Enzyme Inhib Med Chem: 2018, 33(1);1405-1414 PubMed 30191734
Jodi Switzer Blum, Jaime Hernandez-Maldonado, Kaitlyn Redford, Caitlyn Sing, Stacy C Bennett, Chad W Saltikov, Ronald S Oremland Arsenate-dependent growth is independent of an ArrA mechanism of arsenate respiration in the termite hindgut isolate Citrobacter sp. strain TSA-1. Can. J. Microbiol.: 2018, 64(9);619-627 PubMed 30169127
Emanuela Caraffa, Gianluca Russo, Serena Vita, Miriam Lichtner, Anna Paola Massetti, Claudio Maria Mastroianni, Vincenzo Vullo, Maria Rosa Ciardi, Camilla Ajassa Intracranial tuberculous mass lesions treated with thalidomide in an immunocompetent child from a low tuberculosis endemic country: A case report. Medicine (Baltimore): 2018, 97(29);e11186 PubMed 30024502
Pengfei Jin, Haonan Wang, Wenbo Liu, Yongmei Fan, Weiguo Miao A new cyclic lipopeptide isolated from Bacillus amyloliquefaciens HAB-2 and safety evaluation. Pestic Biochem Physiol: 2018, 147;40-45 PubMed 29933991
- ingestion of contaminated food
- colonization of the intestine
- intestinal translocation
- replication in the liver and spleen
- either the resolution of infection or spread to other organs resulting in a systemic infection
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