Communication via extracellular vesicles enhances viral infection of a cosmopolitan alga

@article{Schatz2017CommunicationVE,
  title={Communication via extracellular vesicles enhances viral infection of a cosmopolitan alga},
  author={Daniella Schatz and Shilo Rosenwasser and Sergey Malitsky and Sharon Grayer Wolf and Ester Feldmesser and Assaf Vardi},
  journal={Nature Microbiology},
  year={2017},
  volume={2},
  pages={1485-1492}
}
Communication between microorganisms in the marine environment has immense ecological impact by mediating trophic-level interactions and thus determining community structure 1 . Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are produced by bacteria 2,3 , archaea 4 , protists 5 and metazoans, and can mediate pathogenicity 6 or act as vectors for intercellular communication… CONTINUE READING