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2002, Chemical immunology, ISBN 9783805573917, Volume 81., xiv, 310
The importance of fungal organisms as allergens and pathogens has been increasing considerably over the last decade. This is due, on the one hand, to a general... 
Fungi | Mycoses
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PLoS Pathogens, ISSN 1553-7366, 11/2017, Volume 13, Issue 11, p. e1006621
While the details on the mode of action of F-RALF remain to be elucidated, it was recently shown that endogenous RALF-FERONIA signaling leads to inactivation... 
HOMEOSTASIS | INTRACELLULAR PH | MICROBIOLOGY | VIRULENCE | PEPTIDE | VIROLOGY | GENE | PACC | INCREASE | COLLETOTRICHUM-GLOEOSPORIOIDES | SECRETION | EXPRESSION | PARASITOLOGY | Fungi - pathogenicity | Fungi - metabolism | Virulence | Hydrogen-Ion Concentration | Pathogens | Membranes | Deactivation | Acidification | Homeostasis | Amino acids | Infections | Hormones | Gene expression | Kinases | Fungi | Pathogenicity | Signal transduction | Ammonia | Signaling | pH | Abscisic acid | Elongation
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 07/2018, Volume 13, Issue 7, p. e0200585
The diseases caused by Salmonella Gallinarum and S. Pullorum in chickens known as fowl typhoid and pullorum disease, respectively, pose a great threat to the... 
BIOVAR GALLINARUM | METABOLISM | ENTERICA SEROVAR TYPHIMURIUM | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | ESCHERICHIA-COLI | INFECTION | CHICKENS | MICE | HOST ADAPTATION | IDENTIFICATION | EXPRESSION | Poultry | Virulence | Liver - microbiology | Salmonella - genetics | Chickens - microbiology | Salmonella - pathogenicity | Eggs | Spleen - microbiology | Host-Pathogen Interactions | Phenotype | Animals | Pseudogenes | Immune System | Gene Deletion | Poultry Diseases - microbiology | Salmonella Infections, Animal - microbiology | Mutation | Salmonellosis | Genetic aspects | Research | Cytochrome | Salmonella | Veterinary colleges | Disease | Pathogenesis | Veterinary medicine | Inactivation | Veterinarians | Alterations | Chromosomes | Carbon sources | Pathogens | Cultivation | Growth curves | Metabolism | Gene expression | Typhoid | Molecular chains | Pathogenicity | Industrial development | Pathology | Molecular modelling | Chickens | Morphology | Livestock | Infiltration | Media (culture) | Laboratories | Genes | Fowl typhoid | Veterinary services | Genomes | Infections | Developing countries--LDCs | E coli | Bacteria | Agriculture | Strains (organisms) | Immune system | Phenotypes | Immune response | Deactivation | Birds | Mutants | Host-pathogen interactions | Pullorum disease | Media (differential) | Genetic engineering | LDCs | Developing countries
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