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Legionella spp. are frequently isolated in hospital water systems. Heat shock (30 min at 70°C) is recommended by the World Health Organization to control its multiplication. The aim of the study was(More)
Legionella pneumophila, the causative agent of legionellosis is transmitted to human through aerosols from environmental sources and invades lung’s macrophages. It also can invade and replicate(More)
The roles of transforming growth factor-beta (TGFβ) in heart or skeletal muscle development and physiology are still the subject of controversies. Our aim was to block, in transgenic mice, the TGFβ(More)
In the original version of this article, our results on A549 cells have not been illustrated. An additional figure (Fig. 6) below confirms the infection of A549 epithelial cells by L. pneumophila(More)