Sarojini Adusumilli

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Mycobacterium ulcerans produces an extracellular cutaneous infection (Buruli ulcer) characterized by immunosuppression. This is in stark contrast to all other pathogenic Mycobacteria species that(More)
The pathogenicity of Mycobacterium ulcerans, the agent of Buruli ulcer, depends on the cytotoxic exotoxin mycolactone. Little is known about the immune response to this pathogen. Following the(More)
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