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Susceptibility Patterns


Antifungal Susceptibility Testing is estimating the activity of a drug against a fungus by combining the two under controlled conditions in the laboratory. While imperfect, this process can yield useful estimates of whether or not a given drug is likely to work for a given infection.

We provide susceptibility data in two ways. First, there are some tables that provide quick summaries of the broad susceptibility patterns of fungi against currently licensed agents. Second, we offer a searchable database that provides detailed data from published reports on the susceptibility of the fungi to various agents.

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