Fungal microorganisms from yeasts colonizing the skin or mucosa to molds from soil or water are usually harmless in the context of normal host responses however the success of chemotherapy as well as the aids pandemia has led to immune deficiencies in a significant segment of the patient population and the extensive use of intravenous catheters has provided a way of access for microorganisms which otherwise would find difficult to infect the host as a result a yeast such as candida . The 2021 gordon research conference on immunology of fungal infections will focus on leading advances in our mechanistic understanding of the immune response against clinically relevant fungal pathogens this meeting the 6th in its series has become the must attend venue for immunologists and medical mycologists to discuss how the immune system responds to the challenge of fungal organisms as well as how the fungal species subvert the innate and adaptive immune system in this . The immunology of fungal infections is a comprehensive text covering all aspects of the immunology of infection with fungal pathogens in addition to established knowledge this book covers recent developments in the innate and adaptive immunological mechanisms involved in the host response to fungal infection. The 2019 gordon research conference the immunology of fungal infections focuses on leading advances in our understanding of the challenges that fungi impose on the immune system this meeting the 5th in its series has become the must attend venue for immunologists and medical mycologists to discuss how the immune system response to the challenge of fungal pathogens as well as how the fungus responds to the assault of innate and adaptive immune responses in this meeting we include
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