Is a postharvest disease of banana caused by Fusarium musae a public health concern?

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Fusarium musea, a fungus associated with crown rot, a postharvest disease of bananas, has also been implicated in human infections in non-banana producing countries. PLOS pathogens published a Pearl (an article meant for a broader audience than its peer-reviewed papers) which reviews the current state of knowledge and proposes future avenues of research.