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Current Fungal Infection Reports

Title Abbreviation
Curr Fungal Infect Rep
Electronic ISSN
Clinicians, Immunologists, Molecular Biologists, Pathologists, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine, Scientists, Surgeons
This journal intends to provide clear, insightful, balanced contributions that review the most important, recently published clinical findings related to the diagnosis, treatment, management, and prevention of fungal infections. We accomplish this aim by appointing international authorities to serve as Section Editors in key subject areas, such as advances in diagnosis, current and emerging management approaches, and genomics and pathogenesis. Section Editors, in turn, select topics for which leading experts contribute comprehensive review articles that emphasize new developments and recently published papers of major importance, highlighted by annotated reference lists. Commentaries from well-known figures in the field are also provided, and an international Editorial Board reviews the annual table of contents, suggests articles of special interest to their country/region, and ensures that topics are current and include emerging research.
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No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Springer Nature
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