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Color Plate 1 (Chapter 2)

(A to C) A. fumigatus: culture on MEA at 30°C for 7 days (A), conidiophores (B), and conidia (C). (D to F) A. lentulus: culture on MEA at 30°C for 7 days (D), conidiophores (E), and conidia (F). Bars, 10 μm.

Citation: Latgé J, Steinbach W. 2009. Color Plates, In and Aspergillosis. ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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Color Plate 2 (Chapter 2)

(A to C) A. fumisynnematus: culture on MEA at 30°C for 7 days (A), conidiophores (B), and conidia (C). (D to F) A. novofumigatus: culture on MEA at 30°C for 7 days (D), conidiophores (E), and conidia (F). Bars, 10 μm.

Citation: Latgé J, Steinbach W. 2009. Color Plates, In and Aspergillosis. ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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Color Plate 3 (Chapter 2)

(A to F) N. fennelliae: culture on MEA at 30°C for 7 days (A), crossing of two mating types at 37°C after 14 days (B), conidiophores (C), conidia (D), asci (E), and ascospores (F). (G to L) N. udagawae: culture on MEA at 30°C for 7 days (G), crossing of two mating types at 37°C after 14 days (H), conidiophores (I), conidia (J), asci (K), and ascospores (L). Bars, 10 μm.

Citation: Latgé J, Steinbach W. 2009. Color Plates, In and Aspergillosis. ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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Color Plate 4 (Chapter 9)

Lung sections from immunosuppressed mice infected with either a wild-type or a zafAA mutant strain of A. fumigatus at 48 h postinfection. Conidia of the zafAA mutant did not germinate (yellow arrows) or exhibited very short germ tubes (red arrows), and no fungal mycelia spread through the adjacent tissue.

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Confocal and apotome microscopy images and a schematic representation of an A. fumigatus biofilm (StA) (Beauvais et al., 2007). (A1 to A4) Depth projections from a confocal image stack recorded from an StA culture after calcofluor white staining (24 h of growth; Plan-Apochromat, 20X/0.75 objective). Panels A1 to A3 are sections of a 24-h StA culture from the agar surface (in red) to the air surface (blue). A4 is a reconstitution of panels A1 to A3. (B1 and B2) 3D images of an StA culture (Plan-Neofluar; 40X objective, 0.8 numerical aperture), showing the vertical growth of the fungus (16 h of growth [B1]), followed by the appearance of extracellular material holding the hyphae together (20 h of growth [B2]). (C) Schematic representation of growth of an A. fumigatus biofilm compared to colony formation.

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Images from confocal scanning laser microscopy, with excitation at 543 nm (HeNe laser) and 488 nm (argon laser), beam splitting at 488 and 543 nm, and emission at 560 and 505 nm for FUN-1 (red) and ConA-Alexa Fluor 488 (green). (A) A. fumigatus coculture on bronchial epithelial cells after 1 day (a) or 2 days (c) with cells from healthy individuals (HBE) (a) or after 1 day (b) or 2 days (d) with cells from cystic fibrosis patients (d). (B) 3D image of an A. fumigatus biofilm after 3 days on HBE Green-stained polysaccharides (green arrows) and showing metabolically active sites (red arrow) (Seidler, unpublished data).

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Color Plate 7 (chapter 12)

Biofilm of P. aeruginosa on A. fumigatus mycelia. P. aeruginosa was labeled (arrow) with green fluorescent protein (kind gift of S. Garvis, Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine, London, United Kingdom), and A. fumigatus (arrowhead) was stained with DS-Red (kind gift of A. Eberhard, CNRS Biomérieux, Lyon, France) (Mikkelsen et al., 2003). The yellow areas show the superposition of the green (green fluorescent protein) and the red (DS-Red) dyes (Gastebois and Latgé, 2008).

Citation: Latgé J, Steinbach W. 2009. Color Plates, In and Aspergillosis. ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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Color Plate 8 (chapter 17)

Physiological consequences of pH signal abrogation in A. nidulans. (A) Mutational perturbation of pH signal transduction (palB7) and PacC processing (pacC+/- 209) prevent in vitro alkaline adaptation in A. nidulans relative to complemented (palBs and pacC) strains. Constitutive PacC processing (pacCc 14) does not affect in vitro alkaline adaptation. Prototrophic A. nidulans strains were grown on pH-buffered complete and minimal media containing ammonium tartrate and glucose. (B) Mutational perturbation of A. nidulans pH signal transduction (palB7) and PacC processing (pacC+/- 209) prevents murine aspergillosis, relative to complemented (palBs and pacC) strains. Constitutive PacC processing (pacCc14) increases A. nidulans virulence relative to an isogenic complemented strain (pacCc14s). Murine virulence testing was performed in neutropenic mice.

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Color Plate 9 (chapter 18)

Microscopy of neutrophils and alveolar macrophages in experimental IPA. Mice were infected intratracheally with 107 conidia of A. fumigatus and BAL was obtained 3 h (A) and 48 h (B) after infection. Macrophages collected at 3 h (A) have ingested resting conidia (light blue), whereas some conidia in the extracellular medium are swollen (dark blue). At 48 h, conidia have germinated and hyphae can be observed. In panel B, hyphae are surrounded by several neutrophils and one macrophage. (Images courtesy of V. Balloy et al. [unpublished data].)

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Color Plate 10 (chapter 19)

Confocal micrograph showing the penetration of the endothelium by a hypha expressing green fluorescent protein in an in vitro model of early invasive pulmonary aspergillosis. The nuclei of the endothelial cells have been stained with 4′,6-diamidino-2-phenylindole.

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Color Plate 11 (chapter 24)

Acute invasive sinusitis (A. fumigatus) with orbital cellulitis in a patient after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (see also Fig. 2, Chapter 24). Right-sided periorbital swelling indicating orbital cellulitis.

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Fungal retinitis with inflammatory retinal infiltration of the right eye in a patient with acute invasive fungal sinusitis (A. fumigatus) after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (see also Fig. 3, Chapter 24).

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Acute invasive sinusitis (Aspergillus sp.) with orbital cellulitis and palate destruction in a patient with leukemia (see also Fig. 4, Chapter 24). (A) An ulcerative lesion of the hard palate progressed to a palatal cleft with recovery from neutropenia (translucent prosthesis in situ). (B) Hyphal tissue invasion in a surgical specimen (Grocott silver stain). (Reprinted from the New England Journal of Medicine [Schwartz and Thiel, 1997] with permission of the Massachusetts Medical Society.)

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Fungal brain abscess caused by hematogenous spread of invasive pulmonary aspergillosis in a hematopoietic stem cell transplant patient (see also Fig. 5, Chapter 24). (A) Brain section view with brain abscess within the left-sided region of the nucleus caudatus. (B) Histological section demonstrating septate, dichotomous branching hyphae highly compatible with Aspergillus spp. and surrounding brain tissue necrosis (PAS stain).

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Color Plate 15 (chapter 27)

Histopathology of the discrete nodule in IPA. Arcuate margin of the discrete nodule with coagulation necrosis on the left and acute hemorrhage on the right. This pathology mirrors the CT halo sign. (Hematoxylin and eosin stain; magnification, ×100.)

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Color Plate 16 (chapter 27)

Transitional lesion in IPA. A crescentic void (*) resulting from liquefaction necrosis is present at the periphery of a core of coagulation necrosis (**) in a discrete nodule. There are patent vessels at the periphery of the nodule. The transition lesion is the pathologic analog of the CT air crescent sign. (Hematoxylin and eosin stain; magnification, ×4.)

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CNPA. (A) Cavity wall is eroded, with penetration of elongated hyphae. (Hematoxylin-eosin stain; magnification, ×100.) (B) Hyphae that have invaded the cavity wall. (GMS stain; magnification, ×200.)

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Histopathology of ABPA. (A) Cytological specimen of bronchoalveolar lavage fluid showing a cluster of hyphae with dichotomous bifurcations. (Papanicolaou stain; magnification, ×400.) (B) Histological specimen of a contemporaneous transbronchial biopsy demonstrating a dense inflammatory infiltrate composed of lymphocytes and eosin-ophils. The basement membrane is mildly thickened and covered with stratified columnar epithelium. (Hematoxylin-eosin stain; magnification, ×400.)

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Histopathology of noninvasive pulmonary aspergillosis (aspergilloma). (A) Cavity filled by a fungus ball composed of radially aligned hyphae. The cavity wall is covered with metaplastic epithelium and infiltrated with chronic inflammatory cells. (Hematoxylin-eosin stain; magnification, ×4.) (B) Higher power demonstrates densely intertwined septated hyphae at the periphery of the fungus ball. (GMS stain; magnification, ×400.)

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