The lipoprotein LipL32, an enigma of leptospiral biology.

@article{Murray2013TheLL,
  title={The lipoprotein LipL32, an enigma of leptospiral biology.},
  author={Gerald Laurence Murray},
  journal={Veterinary microbiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={162 2-4},
  pages={
          305-14
        }
}
Spirochetes of the genus Leptospira are responsible for the widespread, but neglected, zoonotic disease leptospirosis. In recent years there have been major advances in the understanding of leptospiral biology and the molecular basis of pathogenesis, yet the protein LipL32 remains an enigma of leptospiral biology. LipL32 (also known as Hap1) is an outer membrane, surface exposed lipoprotein and is the most abundant protein in the cell. LipL32 is found exclusively in pathogenic leptospires, is… CONTINUE READING
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