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DOI 10.1016/S1369-5274(13)00124-0 Volume 16, issue 4, August 2013 CONTENTS Abstracted/indexed in: BIOSIS, CAB Abstracts International, CAB Health, Chemical Abstracts, EMBASE, Medline. Also covered in the abstract and citation database SciVerse Scopus ® . Full text available on SciVerse ScienceDirect ® Available online at www.sciencedirect.com Host–microbe interactions: fungi Edited by Arturo Casadevall 375 Arturo Casadevall Editorial overview: Progress in understanding fungal pathogenesis 377 Leah E Cowen The fungal Achilles’ heel: targeting Hsp90 to cripple fungal pathogens 385 Kelly M Shepardson and Robert A Cramer Fungal cell wall dynamics and infection site microenviron- ments: signal integration and infection outcome 391 Tejas Bouklas and Bettina C Fries Cryptococcus neoformans constitutes an ideal model organism to unravel the contribution of cellular aging to the virulence of chronic infections 398 Julie Bonhomme and Christophe d’Enfert Candida albicans biofilms: building a heterogeneous, drug-tolerant environment 404 René M Roy and Bruce S Klein Fungal glycan interactions with epithelial cells in allergic airway disease 409 Oscar Zaragoza and Kirsten Nielsen Titan cells in Cryptococcus neoformans: cells with a giant impact 414 Marcio L Rodrigues, Anderson J Franzen, Leonardo Nimrichter and Kildare Miranda Vesicular mechanisms of traffic of fungal molecules to the extracellular space Host–microbe interactions: parasites Edited by Markus Meissner 421 Markus Meissner Editorial overview: The asexual cycle of apicomplexan parasites: new findings that raise new questions 424 Christen M Klinger, R Ellen Nisbet, Dinkorma T Ouologuem, David S Roos and Joel B Dacks Cryptic organelle homology in apicomplexan parasites: insights from evolutionary cell biology 432 Pushkar Sharma and Chetan E Chitnis Key molecular events during host cell invasion by Apicomplexan pathogens 438 Markus Meissner, David JP Ferguson and Freddy Frischknecht Invasion factors of apicomplexan parasites: essential or redundant? 445 Matthias Marti and Tobias Spielmann Protein export in malaria parasites: many membranes to cross 452 Lilach Sheiner, Akhil B Vaidya and Geoffrey I McFadden The metabolic roles of the endosymbiotic organelles of Toxoplasma and Plasmodium spp. 459 Michael J Blackman and Vern B Carruthers Recent insights into apicomplexan parasite egress provide new views to a kill Host–microbe interactions: viruses Edited by Carlos F Arias 465 Carlos F Arias Editorial overview: Virus diversity and evolution 468 Charles Y Chiu Viral pathogen discovery 479 Kristine M Wylie, George M Weinstock and Gregory A Storch Virome genomics: a tool for defining the human virome 485 Jan Rehwinkel and Caetano Reis e Sousa Targeting the viral Achilles’ heel: recognition of 5´-triphosphate RNA in innate anti-viral defence 493 Patrick S Mitchell, Michael Emerman and Harmit S Malik An evolutionary perspective on the broad antiviral specificity of MxA 500 Harald Brüssow Bacteriophage-host interaction: from splendid isolation into a messy reality 507 Sandra Junglen and Christian Drosten Virus discovery and recent insights into virus diversity in arthropods 514 Xiaodong Bao and Marilyn J Roossinck A life history view of mutualistic viral symbioses: quantity or quality for cooperation? The cover Electron tomography-derived 3D model of membrane reshaping events in yeast leading to formation of a membranous structure resembling an extracellular vesicle. (Courtesy of Marcio L Rodrigues, Anderson J Franzen, Leonardo Nimrichter and Kildare Miranda, this issue.)

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DOI 10.1016/S1369-5274(13)00124-0

Volume 16 , issue 4 , August 2013

CONTENTS

Abstracted/indexed in: BIOSIS, CAB Abstracts International, CAB Health, Chemical Abstracts, EMBASE, Medline. Also covered in the abstract and citation database SciVerse Scopus®. Full text available on SciVerse ScienceDirect®

Available online at www.sciencedirect.com

Host–microbe interactions: fungiEdited by Arturo Casadevall

375 Arturo Casadevall Editorial overview: Progress in understanding fungal pathogenesis

377 Leah E Cowen The fungal Achilles’ heel: targeting Hsp90 to cripple fungal pathogens

385 Kelly M Shepardson and Robert A Cramer Fungal cell wall dynamics and infection site microenviron-ments: signal integration and infection outcome

391 Tejas Bouklas and Bettina C Fries Cryptococcus neoformans constitutes an ideal model organism to unravel the contribution of cellular aging to the virulence of chronic infections

398 Julie Bonhomme and Christophe d’Enfert Candida albicans biofi lms: building a heterogeneous, drug-tolerant environment

404 René M Roy and Bruce S Klein Fungal glycan interactions with epithelial cells in allergic airway disease

409 Oscar Zaragoza and Kirsten Nielsen Titan cells in Cryptococcus neoformans: cells with a giant impact

414 Marcio L Rodrigues, Anderson J Franzen, Leonardo Nimrichter and Kildare Miranda Vesicular mechanisms of traffi c of fungal molecules to the extracellular space

Host–microbe interactions: parasitesEdited by Markus Meissner

421 Markus Meissner Editorial overview: The asexual cycle of apicomplexan parasites: new fi ndings that raise new questions

424 Christen M Klinger, R Ellen Nisbet, Dinkorma T Ouologuem, David S Roos and Joel B Dacks Cryptic organelle homology in apicomplexan parasites: insights from evolutionary cell biology

432 Pushkar Sharma and Chetan E Chitnis Key molecular events during host cell invasion by Apicomplexan pathogens

438 Markus Meissner, David JP Ferguson and Freddy Frischknecht Invasion factors of apicomplexan parasites: essential or redundant?

445 Matthias Marti and Tobias Spielmann Protein export in malaria parasites: many membranes to cross

452 Lilach Sheiner, Akhil B Vaidya and Geoffrey I McFadden The metabolic roles of the endosymbiotic organelles of Toxoplasma and Plasmodium spp.

459 Michael J Blackman and Vern B Carruthers Recent insights into apicomplexan parasite egress provide new views to a kill

Host–microbe interactions: virusesEdited by Carlos F Arias

465 Carlos F Arias Editorial overview: Virus diversity and evolution

468 Charles Y Chiu Viral pathogen discovery

479 Kristine M Wylie, George M Weinstock and Gregory A Storch Virome genomics: a tool for defi ning the human virome

485 Jan Rehwinkel and Caetano Reis e Sousa Targeting the viral Achilles’ heel: recognition of 5´-triphosphate RNA in innate anti-viral defence

493 Patrick S Mitchell, Michael Emerman and Harmit S Malik An evolutionary perspective on the broad antiviral specifi city of MxA

500 Harald Brüssow Bacteriophage-host interaction: from splendid isolation into a messy reality

507 Sandra Junglen and Christian Drosten Virus discovery and recent insights into virus diversity in arthropods

514 Xiaodong Bao and Marilyn J Roossinck A life history view of mutualistic viral symbioses: quantity or quality for cooperation?

The coverElectron tomography-derived 3D model of membrane reshaping events in yeast leading to formation of a membranous structure resembling an extracellular vesicle. (Courtesy of Marcio L Rodrigues, Anderson J Franzen, Leonardo Nimrichter and Kildare Miranda, this issue.)