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Characterization of a new region required for macrophage killing by Legionella pneumophila.Academic Article Why?
Identification of Legionella pneumophila genes required for growth within and killing of human macrophages.Academic Article Why?
Phagocytosis of wild-type Legionella pneumophila occurs through a wortmannin-insensitive pathway.Academic Article Why?
The Legionella pneumophila icmGCDJBF genes are required for killing of human macrophages.Academic Article Why?
Early events in phagosome establishment are required for intracellular survival of Legionella pneumophila.Academic Article Why?
Genetics of Legionella pneumophila virulence.Academic Article Why?
Legionella pneumophila 6S RNA optimizes intracellular multiplication.Academic Article Why?
Legionella pneumophila invasion of mononuclear phagocytes.Academic Article Why?
Legionella pneumophila utilizes the same genes to multiply within Acanthamoeba castellanii and human macrophages.Academic Article Why?
A bacterial protein promotes the recognition of the Legionella pneumophila vacuole by autophagy.Academic Article Why?
Analysis of the transcriptome of Legionella pneumophila hfq mutant reveals a new mobile genetic element.Academic Article Why?
Antibiotics and UV radiation induce competence for natural transformation in Legionella pneumophila.Academic Article Why?
Cyclic diguanylate signaling proteins control intracellular growth of Legionella pneumophila.Academic Article Why?
Host cell-dependent secretion and translocation of the LepA and LepB effectors of Legionella pneumophila.Academic Article Why?
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