Dimorphism in Human Pathogenic and Apathogenic Yeasts
Joachim F. Ernst, Axel Schmidt
Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers, Jan 1, 2000 - Medical - 246 pages
'... The book is an interesting mixture of both clinical and fundamental mycology.... is illustrated throughout with excellent black and white photographs, clear diagrams and useful tables, and each chapter contains an extensive list of relevant publications. It is an excellent review of many aspects of dimorphisms in yeasts.'
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