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Albumin and Diverse Nitrogen Sources in Seminal Fluid Act Synergistically To Induce Filamentous Growth of Candida albicans

Fresh produce is known to be a high-risk food for human norovirus contamination; however, the interaction of the virus with growing plant systems and the mechanisms of viral persistence in plants are poorly understood. DiCaprio et al. (p. 2727–2734) showed that virus-contaminated soils can lead to the internalization of human norovirus surrogates via plant roots, with subsequent dissemination to the leaf and fruit portions of growing strawberry plants. Internalized viruses would be protected from all surface decontamination practices. This mode of contamination may contribute to the high incidence of soft-berry-related human norovirus outbreaks.

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Diverse Nitrogen Sources in Seminal Fluid Act in Synergy To Induce Filamentous Growth of Candida albicans

Alvarez, Ryman, Hooijmaijers, Bulone and Ljungdahl (2015), Volume 81, 2727-34