Transmigration route of Campylobacter jejuni across polarized intestinal epithelial cells: paracellular, transcellular or both?

@inproceedings{Backert2013TransmigrationRO,
  title={Transmigration route of Campylobacter jejuni across polarized intestinal epithelial cells: paracellular, transcellular or both?},
  author={Steffen Backert and Manja Boehm and Silja Wessler and Nicole Tegtmeyer},
  booktitle={Cell Communication and Signaling},
  year={2013}
}
Intact intercellular junctions and cellular matrix contacts are crucial structural components for the formation and maintenance of epithelial barrier functions in humans to control the commensal flora and protect against intruding microbes. Campylobacter jejuni is one of the most important zoonotic pathogens causing food-borne gastroenteritis and potentially more severe diseases such as reactive arthritis or Guillain–Barré syndrome. Crossing the intestinal epithelial barrier and host cell… CONTINUE READING
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