Skip to main content
Advertisement
Toxoplasma gondii excretion of glycolytic products is associated with acidification of the parasitophorous vacuole during parasite egress

May 5, 2022

Toxoplasma gondii excretion of glycolytic products is associated with acidification of the parasitophorous vacuole during parasite egress

A new research article from My-Hang Huynh and Vern B. Carruthers. 

Image credit: My-Hang Huynh

Read the latest Reviews in PLOS Pathogens

Peer-reviewed articles on topical areas of broad interest to the pathogens community.

Find Reviews

05/12/2022

Review

Preclinical and clinical developments for combination treatment of influenza

In this Review, Koszalka and colleagues summarize preclinical and clinical advances in combination therapy for the treatment of influenza with reference to immunocompromised animal models and clinical data in hospitalized patient cohorts where available. They include polymerase inhibitors, monoclonal antibodies (mAbs), host-targeted therapies, and adjunctive therapies.

Image credit: Prawny, Pixabay

Preclinical and clinical developments for combination treatment of influenza

Recently Published Articles

Current Issue

Current IssueJune 2022

05/19/2022

Pearls

Innate immunity in fungi: Is regulated cell death involved?

In this Pearls article, Gaspar and Pawlowska outline the convergently evolved innate immune modules of animals and plants, argue that antibacterial defenses of fungi exhibit hallmarks of innate immunity, explore the types of RCD in fungi, hypothesize that RCD is one of the defensive responses in fungi, present a model system to test this hypothesis, and consider the significance of such research for developing novel antifungal therapies.

Image credit: ppat.1010460

Innate immunity in fungi: Is regulated cell death involved?

Get new content from PLOS Pathogens in your inbox

Thank you! You have successfully subscribed to the PLOS Pathogens newsletter.

Sorry, an error occurred while sending your subscription. Please try again later.

Try again
PLOS Pathogens | ISSN: 1553-7374 (online)