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<div>Candida albicans is one of the most prevalent fungal pathogens involved in</div><div>hospital acquired infections. It uses adhesins to bind to glycans at the cell surface of epithelial</div><div>cells and thus initiate infection. These interactions can be blocked by synthetic carbohydrates</div><div>(such as compound 1) that mimics the structure of cell surface glycans. Herein we report the</div><div>synthesis of a new series of divalent galactosides featuring aromatic (benzene,doi:10.26434/chemrxiv.12295514 fatcat:i35lps7n3rcjrh4htnyiylmpxu