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Proteomic and Antibiotic Resistance Profiles of Candida albicans and Streptococcus gordonii Interactions
by Yerke, Lisa Marie, M.S.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2016: 64 pages; 10127631.
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Influence of antimannan IgA on antimannan IgG mediated complement activation and phagocytosis of Candida albicans
by Peters, Adam A., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2016: 55 pages; 10195880.
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The role of natural antibodies in complement activation by non-albicans Candida species
by Johnson, Nicole W., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 49 pages; 1493135.
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Influence of human anti-mannan IgG subclass variants and complement on phagocytosis of Candida albicans
by Morgan, Kaitlin, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2017: 54 pages; 10248530.
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Binding Affinity and Antifungal Activity of Immune-Fusion Proteins against Candida albicans
by Hoang, Vi K. B., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2018: 50 pages; 10825595.
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Influence of Epitope Specificity on Antibody-mediated Complement Activation
by Chiampi, Alana, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2018: 47 pages; 10830218.
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The epitope specificity of the human anti-Candida albicans antibody M1g1
by Liao, Wei, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2010: 66 pages; 1490304.
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Influence of IgG and complement on opsonophagocytosis of Candida albicans
by Robison, Kerry, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 52 pages; 1507779.
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Feeling the force: Dfi1p, a novel cell wall sensor, is needed for invasive filamentation and drug resistance in Candida albicans
by Zucchi, Paola C., Ph.D.  Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences (Tufts University). 2010: 137 pages; 3396583.
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Mechanisms of fluconazole resistance in Candida parapsilosis clinical isolates
by Wanamaker, Eileen B., M.S.  University of Cincinnati. 2013: 90 pages; 1548564.
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Non-invasive imaging of host response in a zebrafish model of Candidemia
by Brothers, Kimberly Marie, Ph.D.  The University of Maine. 2012: 144 pages; 3531876.
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The Role of Mediator in White-Opaque Switching
by Zhang, Anda, Ph.D.  Dartmouth College. 2014: 375 pages; 3634935.
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Activation of fungal silent biosythetic pathways by epigenetic modification
by Wang, Xiaoru, Ph.D.  The University of Oklahoma. 2011: 197 pages; 3490580.
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The ESCRT machinery, required for endosomal trafficking, is a pH-signaling platform
by Boysen, Jacob, Ph.D.  Columbia University. 2008: 195 pages; 3348428.
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Understanding cell-mediated immunity against human papillomavirus-related diseases: Common warts and cervical disease
by Kim, Kevin Hyungwoo, Ph.D.  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. 2010: 142 pages; 3443402.
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Analysis of Magnaporthe oryzae homologs of Histoplasma capsulatum RYP genes
by Wickramage, Amritha Suhasini, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2013: 135 pages; 3560871.
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Regulation of a Differentiation MAPK Pathway by a Novel Integrated Signaling Network and Multiple Sensors
by Caccamise, Lauren M., Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2015: 140 pages; 3725898.
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The effects of Dectin-1 stimulation by fungal β-glucans on T cell activation by dendritic cells
by Hassanzadeh-Kiabi, Nargess, Ph.D.  Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. 2016: 125 pages; 10168998.
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Structural and functional studies of urea amidolyase
by Lin, Yi, Ph.D.  Marquette University. 2014: 225 pages; 3634025.
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The evolutionary history of meiotic genes: Early origins by duplication and subsequent losses
by Pightling, Arthur William, Ph.D.  The University of Iowa. 2011: 254 pages; 3516665.
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Advancing Point-of-Need Bacteria Detection Using Microfluidic Paper-Based Analytical Devices
by Boehle, Katherine Elizabeth, Ph.D.  Colorado State University. 2018: 222 pages; 10826573.
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Accessing natural products from silent biosynthetic pathways using chemical epigenetics
by Henrikson, Jon C., Ph.D.  The University of Oklahoma. 2011: 219 pages; 3454377.
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Human alveolar osteoblast response to date-expired dental implants renewed by hydrogen peroxide gas plasma sterilization
by Al-Hashemi, Jacob Yousef Kadhum, M.S.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2013: 160 pages; 1539788.
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Bioprospecting Three Plants from the Tropical Rainforest as Potential Antimicrobial Adjuvants
by Nitsch-Velásquez, Lucía, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2019: 433 pages; 13428243.
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Comparative Analysis of Tandem Repeats from Eukaryotic Genomes: Insight in Centromere Evolution
by Melters, Daniel Patrick, Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2013: 125 pages; 3602160.
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High-throughput approaches and applications for chemogenomics
by Hoon, Shawn, Ph.D.  Stanford University. 2009: 129 pages; 3343956.
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Saccharomyces cerevisiae produces the immunomodulatory prostaglandin E2
by Chikhalya, Aniska Yogesh, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 49 pages; 1522620.
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Repurposing Triphenylethylene Estrogen Receptor Antagonists as Anticryptococcal Agents
by Butts, Arielle, Ph.D.  University of Rochester. 2013: 232 pages; 3614838.
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