Hide, Keep Quiet, and Keep Low: Properties That Make Aspergillus fumigatus a Successful Lung Pathogen.
Escobar, Natalia; Ordonez, Soledad R; Wösten, Han A B; Haas, Pieter-Jan A; de Cock, Hans; Haagsman, Henk P.
; 7: 438, 2016.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-27092115
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