Evidence that CT694 is a novel Chlamydia trachomatis T3S substrate capable of functioning during invasion or early cycle development.

@article{Hower2009EvidenceTC,
  title={Evidence that CT694 is a novel Chlamydia trachomatis T3S substrate capable of functioning during invasion or early cycle development.},
  author={Suzanne Hower and Katerina Wolf and Kenneth A. Fields},
  journal={Molecular microbiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={72 6},
  pages={1423-37}
}
Chlamydia trachomatis is an obligate intracellular parasite, occupies a membrane-bound vacuole throughout development and is capable of manipulating the eukaryotic host by translocating effector molecules via a type III secretion system (T3SS). The infectious chlamydial elementary body (EB) is metabolically inactive yet possesses a functional T3S apparatus capable of translocating effector proteins into the host cell to facilitate invasion and other early cycle events. We present evidence here… CONTINUE READING
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