Closely related Campylobacter jejuni strains from different sources reveal a generalist rather than a specialist lifestyle

@inproceedings{Gripp2011CloselyRC,
  title={Closely related Campylobacter jejuni strains from different sources reveal a generalist rather than a specialist lifestyle},
  author={Eugenia Gripp and Daniela Hlahla and Xavier Didelot and Friederike Kops and Sven Maurischat and Karsten Tedin and Thomas E. Alter and L{\"u}ppo I Ellerbroek and Kerstin Schreiber and Dietmar Schomburg and Traute Janssen and Patrick Bartholomaeus and Dirk Hofreuter and Sabrina Woltemate and Markus Uhr and Birgit Brenneke and Petra Gruening and Gerald Friedrich Gerlach and Lothar Wieler and Sebastian Suerbaum and Christine Josenhans},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2011}
}
Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli are human intestinal pathogens of global importance. Zoonotic transmission from livestock animals or animal-derived food is the likely cause for most of these infections. However, little is known about their general and host-specific mechanisms of colonization, or virulence and pathogenicity factors. In certain hosts, Campylobacter species colonize persistently and do not cause disease, while they cause acute intestinal disease in humans. Here, we… CONTINUE READING
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