Subject: EXIT | Research Article | membrane proteins | protein export | virulence | in vivo | Mycobacterium tuberculosis | beta-lactamase reporter | protein secretion
ABSTRACT Exported proteins of bacterial pathogens function both in essential physiological processes and in virulence. Past efforts to identify exported proteins were limited by the use of bacteria growing under laboratory (in vitro) conditions. Thus, exported proteins ... View more
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