CteG is a Chlamydia trachomatis effector protein that associates with the Golgi complex of infected host cells

@inproceedings{Pais2019CteGIA,
  title={CteG is a Chlamydia trachomatis effector protein that associates with the Golgi complex of infected host cells},
  author={Sara Raquel Vilela Pais and Charlotte E. Key and V{\'i}tor Borges and In{\^e}s S Pereira and Joao Paulo P. Gomes and Derek J Fisher and Lu{\'i}s Jaime Mota},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2019}
}
Chlamydia trachomatis is a bacterial pathogen causing ocular and genital infections in humans. C. trachomatis multiplies exclusively inside host cells within a characteristic vacuole, from where it manipulates host cells by injecting them with type III secretion effector proteins. Here, we identified CteG as the first C. t rachomatis effector associated with the Golgi. For this, C. trachomatis strains expressing candidate effectors fused to a double hemagglutinin (2HA) tag were constructed… CONTINUE READING
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