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Protein secretion and the pathogenesis of bacterial infections.Academic Article Why?
Using an Agent-Based Model to Examine the Role of Dynamic Bacterial Virulence Potential in the Pathogenesis of Surgical Site Infection.Academic Article Why?
Structural basis of Mg2+ homeostasisGrant Why?
The cell wall architecture of Enterococcus faecium: from resistance to pathogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Importance of the global regulators Agr and SaeRS in the pathogenesis of CA-MRSA USA300 infection.Academic Article Why?
Staphylococcus aureus pathogenesis: secretion systems, adhesins, and invasins.Academic Article Why?
Galactosylation of the Secondary Cell Wall Polysaccharide of Bacillus anthracis and Its Contribution to Anthrax Pathogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Intestinal bile acids provide a surmountable barrier against C. difficile TcdB-induced disease pathogenesis.Academic Article Why?
CcpA mediates proline auxotrophy and is required for Staphylococcus aureus pathogenesis.Academic Article Why?
The RhlR quorum-sensing receptor controls Pseudomonas aeruginosa pathogenesis and biofilm development independently of its canonical homoserine lactone autoinducer.Academic Article Why?
Pathogenesis of septic encephalopathy.Academic Article Why?
Surface proteins and exotoxins are required for the pathogenesis of Staphylococcus aureus pneumonia.Academic Article Why?
Glutathionylation of Yersinia pestis LcrV and Its Effects on Plague Pathogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Hypothesis: new concepts on the pathogenesis of early prosthetic valve endocarditis.Academic Article Why?
New insights into the pathogenesis of cystic fibrosis sinusitis.Academic Article Why?
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