Inhibition of Salmonella typhimurium invasion by host cell expression of secreted bacterial invasion proteins.

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Pathogenic Salmonella species initiate infection of a host by inducing their own uptake into intestinal epithelial cells. An invasive phenotype is conferred to this pathogen by a number of proteins that are components of a type III secretion system. During the invasion process, the bacteria utilize this secretion system to release proteins that enter the… (More)

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@article{Carlson1998InhibitionOS, title={Inhibition of Salmonella typhimurium invasion by host cell expression of secreted bacterial invasion proteins.}, author={Steve Carlson and Bradley D. Jones}, journal={Infection and immunity}, year={1998}, volume={66 11}, pages={5295-300} }