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Antifungals review

Excerpt from a book review of Antifungals: From Genomics to Resistance and the Development of Novel Agents
"scientists working in the mycology field and industry scientists developing new antimicrobials will find this compilation very useful. Infectious disease physicians treating patients with fungal diseases will find this book enlightening ... This is an excellent addition to the personal or institutional library of those working in the field of mycology, antimicrobial drug development, or infectious diseases. It brings together in one publication, a compilation of papers from leading experts in fungal biology and the genetic and molecular basis of antifungal resistance." from Doodys read more ...
Antifungals: From Genomics to Resistance and the Development of Novel Agents
Edited by: Alix T. Coste and Patrick Vandeputte
"both timely and well-conceived" (ChemMedChem); "timely and scholarly overview" (IMA Fungus); "extremely valuable" (CID); "Reading this book was a real adventure" (Gen. Physiol. Biophy.)