One Health Mycology

One Health Mycology

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Volume 1

Introducing a new journal: One Health Mycology

Sybren de Hoog
One Health Mycology 1: 3 (2023). 
doi.org/10.63049/OHM.23.11.1

Opportunistic yeasts on stored apples: A One Health perspective

Ayşe Sultan Karakoyun, Nevzat Ünal, Banu Metin, Esra Yıldırım Servi, Bram Spruijtenburg, Muhammed Alper Özarslan, Ramazan Gümral, Aylin Döğen, Macit Ilkit, Hazal Kandemir, Jacques F. Meis, Çağrı Ergin, and Sybren de Hoog
One Health Mycology 1: 4-13 (2023).
doi.org/10.63049/OHM.23.11.2

CARD9 mutations and T cell immune response in patients with chromoblastomycosis

Tatiana Sobianski Herman, Conceição de M. Pedrozo e S. Azevedo, Anamelia Lorenzetti Bocca, Bruna Jacomel Favoreto de Souza Lima, Caroline Pavini Beato-Souza, Emanuel Razzolini, Sirlei G. Marques, Natália Nunes, Bruno Paulo Rodrigues Lustosa, Daniel Wagner Castro Lima Santos, Flávio Queiroz-Telles , Sybren de Hoog , Renata R. Gomes and Vania Aparecida Vicente
One Health Mycology 1: 14-22 (2024).
doi.org/10.63049/OHM.24.11.3

Melanized fungi in bony fish species with Head and Lateral Line Erosion (HLLE) with a review of the literature on fungal fish diseases

Max Janse, Sybren de Hoog, Nienke Klerks, Marloes A.M. van Dijk, Jooske IJzer, Els M. Broens, MarjaKik, Henrich van der Lee, Sarah A. Ahmed
One Health Mycology 1: 23-36 (2024).
doi.org/10.63049/OHM.24.11.4

Front cover: The estate of the medieval castle Waardenburg is a buffer in the densely populated western Netherlands and has become a hotspot of biodiversity.

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Forthcoming papers

  • A phylogenetic overview of ascomycetous yeasts with distribution of Candida species.
  • Concepts of a healthy society: fungal diseases from origin, detection, and monitoring to prevention and antifungal therapy.
  • Veterinary mycotoxins produced by species of Aspergillaceae.
  • Fungal diseases in bony versus cartilaginous fish, illustrated by an outbreak.
  • The potential role of nanoparticles in the therapy of chromoblastomycosis.
  • The other Black Fungi: opportunists in the order Pleosporales.
  • Fungi between allergy and infection.
  • Uncommon fungi and their clinical significance. 

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