Analysis of Salivary Mycobiome in a Cohort of Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma Patients From Sudan Identifies Higher Salivary Carriage of Malassezia as an Independent and Favorable Predictor of Overall Survival

Nazar Mohamed, Jorunn Litlekalsøy, Israa Abdulrahman Ahmed, Einar Marius Hjellestad Martinsen, Jessica Furriol, Ruben Javier-Lopez, Mariam Elsheikh, Nuha Mohamed Gaafar, Luis Morgado, Sunil Mundra, Anne Christine Johannessen, Tarig Al Hadi Osman, Elisabeth Sivy Nginamau, Ahmed Suleiman, Daniela Elena Costea

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