Skills to DevelopName at least three fungal virulence factors that promote fungal colonization.Name at least two fungal virulence factors that damage the host.As with the bacteria, fungal virulence factors can be divided into two categories: virulence factors that promote fungal colonization of the host; and virulence factors that damage the host.
An incredibly tight binding interaction has recently been reported for the binding of Cu1+ to the CueR protein from E. Coli. Cu1+ ions are usually kept to a very low concentration in cells as a mechanism to prevent toxicity. Yet some enzymes require Cu. Free copper ions must be present in the cell to allow binding to appropriate sites in proteins.