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Host-fungal interactions: pathogenicity versus immunity

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Fungal pathogens cause a range of serious mucosal infections and life-threatening fungaemia in a variety of immunocompromised hosts. This EuroSciCon meeting on host-fungal interactions aims to be a premier forum in the UK for presentation of cutting-edge advances in relation to fungal pathogenicity and innate and adaptive immune mechanisms against pathogenic fungi. The meeting will help chart the course of future research and facilitate the urgent necessity to understand, treat, and prevent disease. Meeting Chairs: Dr Julian R. Naglik , King’s College London , United Kingdom and Professor Neil Gow, University of Aberdeen , UK

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