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Novel therapeutics

February 2021
BioRXivs Preprint

 

In a collaborative study between Wayne State University and the University of Idaho, the Rowley lab has uncovered that the opportunistic pathogen Candida glabrata is uniquely susceptible to killer toxins produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

 

The unique and broad-spectrum activity of killer toxins at low pH could mean the development of more effective treatments for drug-resistant vulvovaginal candidiasis. 

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The University of Idaho, Moscow.

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