Clinical Mycology

Mycology is the branch of biology deals with fungi and their biochemical and genetic properties. Many fungi produce toxins, antibiotics, and other secondary metabolites. The significant study of fungus in clinical microbiology has proven that in spite normal and immune-compromised infection, it may lead to chronic infection. Some fungi  may  cause disease in humans and other organisms. The study of pathogenic fungi is referred to as medical mycology.  Current research states that mushrooms may have hypoglycemic, anti-pathogenic, anti-cancer and immune system-enhancing activity. Mycotoxicology is another branch of mycology that focuse on the study  of toxins  produced by fungi, called as mycotoxins

  • Mycotoxins
  • Food mycology
  • Medical mycology
  • Industrial mycology
  • Mycotoxicology
  • Molecular mycology

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