Cover ImageCover: False-color scanning electron micrograph of the surface of a tongue from a mouse with oral candidiasis demonstrating hyphal (purple) penetration through the surface from the sublingual area where Candida albicans was inoculated. C. albicans acts as both a commensal and a pathogen in humans (see p. 413). (Image courtesy of Mary Ann Jabra-Rizk, University of Maryland School of Medicine and Dental School, Baltimore.)
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Cover ImageVaccines are crucial for controlling the spread of influenza, but currently are only effective against a limited mix of strains. A universal vaccine remains elusive, but progress is being made (see p. 433). (Image © James King-Holmes/ Science Source.)
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