Skip to main page content
Access keys NCBI Homepage MyNCBI Homepage Main Content Main Navigation

Search Page

My NCBI Filters
Text availability
Article attribute
Article type
Publication date

Search Results

366 results
Filters applied: . Clear all Results are displayed in a computed author sort order. Results by year timeline is unavailable
Page 1
Yeast-mycelial conversion induced by N-acetyl-D-glucosamine in Candida albicans.
Simonetti N, Strippoli V, Cassone A. Simonetti N, et al. Among authors: cassone a. Nature. 1974 Jul 26;250(464):344-6. doi: 10.1038/250344a0. Nature. 1974. PMID: 4605454 No abstract available.
Development of vaccines for Candida albicans: fighting a skilled transformer.
Cassone A. Cassone A. Nat Rev Microbiol. 2013 Dec;11(12):884-91. doi: 10.1038/nrmicro3156. Nat Rev Microbiol. 2013. PMID: 24232568 Review.
In this Opinion article, I argue that the development of a multivalent vaccine that induces an immune response against multiple, unrelated virulence traits of this human commensal fungus and opportunistic pathogen may be a better approach....
In this Opinion article, I argue that the development of a multivalent vaccine that induces an immune response against multiple, unre …
Therapeutic potential of antiidiotypic single chain antibodies with yeast killer toxin activity.
Magliani W, Conti S, de Bernardis F, Gerloni M, Bertolotti D, Mozzoni P, Cassone A, Polonelli L. Magliani W, et al. Among authors: cassone a. Nat Biotechnol. 1997 Feb;15(2):155-8. doi: 10.1038/nbt0297-155. Nat Biotechnol. 1997. PMID: 9035141
Single chain fragment (ScFv) antiidiotypic antibodies (antilds) of a killer toxin (KT) from the yeast Pichia anomala have been produced by recombinant DNA methodology from the splenic lymphocytes of mice immunized by idiotypic vaccination with a KT-neutralizing mono …
Single chain fragment (ScFv) antiidiotypic antibodies (antilds) of a killer toxin (KT) from the yeast Pichia anomala have been produc …
Induction of germ tube formation by N-acetyl-D-glucosamine in Candida albicans: uptake of inducer and germinative response.
Mattia E, Carruba G, Angiolella L, Cassone A. Mattia E, et al. Among authors: cassone a. J Bacteriol. 1982 Nov;152(2):555-62. J Bacteriol. 1982. PMID: 6752114 Free PMC article.
Uranyl acetate, at a concentration of 0.01 mM, inhibited both GlcNAc uptake and germ tube formation and was reversed by phosphates. ...The data suggest that utilization of the inducer for wall synthesis is a determinant of germ tube formation C. albicans but that th …
Uranyl acetate, at a concentration of 0.01 mM, inhibited both GlcNAc uptake and germ tube formation and was reversed by phosphates. . …
Protein synthesis and amino acid pool during yeast-mycelial transition induced by N-acetyl-D-glucosamine in Candida albicans.
Torosantucci A, Angiolella L, Filesi C, Cassone A. Torosantucci A, et al. Among authors: cassone a. J Gen Microbiol. 1984 Dec;130(12):3285-93. doi: 10.1099/00221287-130-12-3285. J Gen Microbiol. 1984. PMID: 6394717
In passing from the early germ-tube formation (60-90 min) to the mature hyphal cell (240-270 min) there was a marked decrease in the capacity for protein synthesis. Apparently, this decrease was not due to a decreased amino acid uptake into the soluble cellular pool …
In passing from the early germ-tube formation (60-90 min) to the mature hyphal cell (240-270 min) there was a marked decrease in the …
N-acetyl-D-glucosamine-induced morphogenesis in Candida albicans.
Cassone A, Sullivan PA, Shepherd MG. Cassone A, et al. Microbiologica. 1985 Jan;8(1):85-99. Microbiologica. 1985. PMID: 3883103 Review.
N-acetylglucosamine is a morphogenic effector in the human pathogenic yeast Candida albicans. Depending on temperature, N-acetylglucosamine induces yeast-mycelial conversion or chlamydospore formation. ...These compounds are not taken up by the yeast cells and do not suppo …
N-acetylglucosamine is a morphogenic effector in the human pathogenic yeast Candida albicans. Depending on temperature, N-acetylgluco …
Lysis of growing yeast-form cells of Candida albicans by echinocandin: a cytological study.
Cassone A, Mason RE, Kerridge D. Cassone A, et al. Sabouraudia. 1981 Jun;19(2):97-110. Sabouraudia. 1981. PMID: 7020114
A cytological study of the effects of echinocandin at lytic doses (3.0 microgram ml-1) on osmotically protected yeast cells revealed a substantial thinning of the bud cell wall and derangement of its constitutive layers within 5-10 min, showing that the balance of w
A cytological study of the effects of echinocandin at lytic doses (3.0 microgram ml-1) on osmotically protected yeast cells revealed
[Induction of germination and formation of chlamydospores in Candida albicans].
Simonetti N, Cassone A, Strippoli V. Simonetti N, et al. Among authors: cassone a. Ann Sclavo. 1975 Mar-Apr;17(2):183-6. Ann Sclavo. 1975. PMID: 776096 Italian. No abstract available.
366 results
Jump to page
Feedback