A Potential Pathogenic Factor from Mycoplasma hominis is a TLR2‐Dependent, Macrophage‐Activating, P50‐Related Adhesin

@article{Hasebe2014APP,
  title={A Potential Pathogenic Factor from Mycoplasma hominis is a TLR2‐Dependent, Macrophage‐Activating, P50‐Related Adhesin},
  author={A. Hasebe and H. Mu and B. Cole},
  journal={American Journal of Reproductive Immunology},
  year={2014},
  volume={72},
  pages={285 - 295}
}
Mycoplasma hominis has been implicated in many inflammatory conditions of the human urogenital tract in particular amniotic infections that lead to fetal and neonatal disease and pre‐term labor. The mechanisms responsible are poorly defined. 
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