Emerging infections caused by fungi have become a widely recognized global phenomenon. Their notoriety stems from their causing plagues and famines, driving species extinctions, and the difficulty in treating human mycoses alongside the increase of their resistance to antifungal drugs. This special issue comprises a collection of articles resulting from a Royal Society discussion meeting examining why pathogenic fungi are causing more disease now than they did in the past, and how we can tackle this rapidly emerging threat to the health of plants and animals worldwide.
|Journal||Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences|
|Early online date||24 Oct 2016|
|Publication status||Published - 5 Dec 2016|
- Emerging disease