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Background: Fusarium species are environmentally ubiquitous fungi capable of causing diverse superficial, locally invasive, or disseminated infections, making them important pathogens. Compared with antibacterial drugs, the types of antifungal drugs are still limited, and the adverse reactions are significant. Therefore, novel treatments against Fusarium spp. are an urgent need.Results: Here we investigated the interaction of amorolfine combined with voriconazole on Fusarium spp. Our studydoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-53804/v1 fatcat:q27kt7pddva5rkbdieen6jrij4