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Arturo Casadevall said: “The argument that we are making based on comparison to other close relative fungi is that as the climate has gotten warmer, some of these organisms, including Candida auris, have adapted to the higher temperature, and as they adapt, they break through human’s protective temperatures,” External link

zmescience Tuesday, July 23, 2019 8:00:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall explains: “The reasons that fungal infections are so rare in humans is that most of the fungi in the environment cannot grow at the temperatures of our body” External link

zmescience Tuesday, July 23, 2019 8:00:00 PM CEST

Johanna Rhodes said: “It seems that it’s got resistance at no fitness cost. It’s still able to form biofilms. It’s still able to persist [in an environment]. It’s still able to infect,” External link

scientificamerican Tuesday, July 23, 2019 7:56:00 PM CEST

Anthony Fauci asked: “Why is it so different from others that you could easily, by wiping it with whatever it is you wipe it with, it goes away? Whereas this just seems to stick there,” External link

scientificamerican Tuesday, July 23, 2019 7:56:00 PM CEST

Tom Chiller said: “Are they dying of C. auris or with C. auris? I still want to know that,” External link

scientificamerican Tuesday, July 23, 2019 7:56:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: "The argument that we are making based on comparison to other close relative fungi is that as the climate has gotten warmer, some of these organisms, including Candida auris , have adapted to the higher temperature, and as they adapt, they break through human's protective temperatures," External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, July 23, 2019 4:22:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: "What is unusual about Candida auris is that it appeared in three different continents at the same time, and the isolates from India, South Africa, and South America are not related. Something happened to allow this organism to bubble up and cause disease. We began to look into the possibility that it could be climate change," "The reasons that fungal infections are so rare in humans is that most of the fungi in the environment cannot grow at the temperatures or our body" External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, July 23, 2019 4:22:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: "What this study suggests is this is the beginning of fungi adapting to higher temperatures, and we are going to have more and more problems as the century goes on," "Global warming will lead to selection of fungal lineages that are more thermally tolerant, such that they can breach the mammalian thermal restriction zone" External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, July 23, 2019 4:22:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: "We need to make investments in better surveillance of fungal diseases. We are pretty good at surveilling influenza and diseases that cause diarrhea or are contagious, but fungal diseases are not usually contagious and therefore nobody has really bothered to document them well," "If more fungi were to cross over, you really wouldn't know until somebody started reporting them in the literature" External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, July 23, 2019 4:22:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall added: “What this study suggests is this is the beginning of fungi adapting to higher temperatures, and we are going to have more and more problems as the century goes on,” “Global warming will lead to selection of fungal lineages that are more thermally tolerant, such that they can breach the mammalian thermal restriction zone” External link

telegraph Tuesday, July 23, 2019 4:19:00 PM CEST

Byron Flores dijo: “El sitio que me preocupa es El Carmen. Este cantón, sin plátano, desaparece” External link

ecuadorinmediato Tuesday, July 23, 2019 4:07:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: “The most mysterious thing is that Candida auris appeared simultaneously in three different continents, and it’s very hard to explain that,” External link

gulfnews Tuesday, July 23, 2019 4:03:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall comenta: "Lo que sugiere este estudio es que estamos en el comienzo de la adaptación de los hongos a temperaturas más altas y que vamos a tener más y más problemas a medida que avance el siglo" External link

diarioCordoba Tuesday, July 23, 2019 2:31:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: "The fungal world is underappreciated and understudied," "What's protecting us is our temperature immunity" External link

nbcnews Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:50:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: "The argument that we are making based on comparison to other close relative fungi is that as the climate has gotten warmer, some of these organisms, including Candida auris , have adapted to the higher temperature, and as they adapt, they break through human's protective temperatures," External link

eurekalert Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:48:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: "What is unusual about Candida auris is that it appeared in three different continents at the same time, and the isolates from India, South Africa, and South America are not related. Something happened to allow this organism to bubble up and cause disease. We began to look into the possibility that it could be climate change," "The reasons that fungal infections are so rare in humans is that most of the fungi in the environment cannot grow at the temperatures or our body" External link

eurekalert Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:48:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: "What this study suggests is this is the beginning of fungi adapting to higher temperatures, and we are going to have more and more problems as the century goes on," "Global warming will lead to selection of fungal lineages that are more thermally tolerant, such that they can breach the mammalian thermal restriction zone" External link

eurekalert Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:48:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: "We need to make investments in better surveillance of fungal diseases. We are pretty good at surveilling influenza and diseases that cause diarrhea or are contagious, but fungal diseases are not usually contagious and therefore nobody has really bothered to document them well," "If more fungi were to cross over, you really wouldn't know until somebody started reporting them in the literature" External link

eurekalert Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:48:00 PM CEST

Johanna Rhodes said: “It seems that it’s got resistance at no fitness cost. It’s still able to form biofilms. It’s still able to persist [in an environment]. It’s still able to infect,” External link

statnews Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:48:00 PM CEST

Anthony Fauci asked: “Why is it so different from others that you could easily, by wiping it with whatever it is you wipe it with, it goes away? Whereas this just seems to stick there,” External link

statnews Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:48:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: “The argument that we are making based on comparison to other close relative fungi is that as the climate has gotten warmer, some of these organisms, including Candida auris, have adapted to the higher temperature, and as they adapt, they break through human’s protective temperatures,” External link

earth Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:47:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: “What is unusual about Candida auris is that it appeared in three different continents at the same time, and the isolates from India, South Africa, and South America are not related. Something happened to allow this organism to bubble up and cause disease. We began to look into the possibility that it could be climate change,” “The reasons that fungal infections are so rare in humans is that most of the fungi in the environment cannot grow at the temperatures or our body” External link

earth Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:47:00 PM CEST

Arturo Casadevall said: “What this study suggests is this is the beginning of fungi adapting to higher temperatures, and we are going to have more and more problems as the century goes on,” “Global warming will lead to selection of fungal lineages that are more thermally tolerant, such that they can breach the mammalian thermal restriction zone” External link

earth Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:47:00 PM CEST

Giuseppe Di Martino conclude: “Grazie alla nuova sala ibrida ed al lavoro di squadra che abbiamo costruito in Mediterranea – (\*) – oggi la nostra struttura si candida come punto di riferimento regionale per la cura di quei casi di aritmia e scompenso cardiaco più complessi e che prima venivano trasferiti ai principali nosocomi del Nord Italia” External link

ildenaro Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:43:00 PM CEST

Marta Cortesao erklärt: "Wir müssen dies bedenken, wenn wir ein Raumfahrzeug reinigen, sowohl innen als auch außen" External link

heute-AT Monday, July 15, 2019 4:56:00 AM CEST

Marta Cortesao : "Schimmel kann zur Herstellung von wichtigen Stoffen verwendet werden, wie etwa Antibiotica und Vitaminen. Er ist nicht nur ein Krankheitserreger und verdirbt Nahrungsmittel, er kann auch Dinge produzieren, die auf langen Missionen im Weltall dringend benötigt werden" External link

heute-AT Monday, July 15, 2019 4:56:00 AM CEST

Peter Hans siger: - Vi har også et godt samarbejde med rådgivningsselskaberne (i dette tilfælde LMO) om at få markerne synet og kontrolleret for flyvehavre og andre uønskede arter og også om at få sorterne fremvist, External link

effektivtlandbrug Tuesday, June 25, 2019 9:10:00 AM CEST

Peter Hans siger: - Der sker noget hele tiden, og vi oplever en udbyttefremgang på mellem en halv og en hel procent pr. år. Der ligger også positive klimagevinster i forædlingsarbejdet som følge af øgede udbytter, og derfor er det vigtigt at få de nye sorter frem, External link

effektivtlandbrug Tuesday, June 25, 2019 9:10:00 AM CEST

Matthew Fisher sier: – Vi er helt avhengige av å kunne behandle disse pasientene med soppdrepende behandling, External link

aftenposten Saturday, April 6, 2019 11:30:00 PM CEST

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