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Helmerhorst, EvaPerson Why?
Candida glabrata is unusual with respect to its resistance to cationic antifungal proteins.Academic Article Why?
Human salivary MUC7 mucin peptides: effect of size, charge and cysteine residues on antifungal activity.Academic Article Why?
In vitro synergic antifungal effect of MUC7 12-mer with histatin-5 12-mer or miconazole.Academic Article Why?
Inhibition of maxi-K currents in ferret portal vein smooth muscle cells by the antifungal clotrimazole.Academic Article Why?
The antifungal antibiotic, clotrimazole, inhibits Cl- secretion by polarized monolayers of human colonic epithelial cells.Academic Article Why?
Oppenheim, FrankPerson Why?
Antifungal drugs and the risk of selected birth defects.Academic Article Why?
The antifungal activity of human parotid secretion is species-specific.Academic Article Why?
Assessment of antifungal activity of Proroot mineral trioxide aggregate and mineral trioxide aggregate-Angelus.Academic Article Why?
Human neutrophil-mediated nonoxidative antifungal activity against Cryptococcus neoformans.Academic Article Why?
Antifungal AgentsConcept Why?
Oral Yeast Carriage and Salivary Antifungal ActivityGrant Why?
Amphotericin B- and fluconazole-resistant Candida spp., Aspergillus fumigatus, and other newly emerging pathogenic fungi are susceptible to basic antifungal peptides.Academic Article Why?
Human salivary mucin MUC7 12-mer-L and 12-mer-D peptides: antifungal activity in saliva, enhancement of activity with protease inhibitor cocktail or EDTA, and cytotoxicity to human cells.Academic Article Why?
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