Borrelia recurrentis Employs a Novel Multifunctional Surface Protein with Anti-Complement, Anti-Opsonic and Invasive Potential to Escape Innate Immunity

Grosskinsky, Sonja and Schott, Melanie and Brenner, Christiane and Cutler, Sally J. and Kraiczy, Peter and Zipfel, Peter F. and Simon, Markus M. and Wallich, Reinhard (2009) ‘Borrelia recurrentis Employs a Novel Multifunctional Surface Protein with Anti-Complement, Anti-Opsonic and Invasive Potential to Escape Innate Immunity’, PLoS ONE, 4(3), pp. 1-12.

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Additional Information: Citation: Grosskinsky S, Schott M, Brenner C, Cutler SJ, Kraiczy P, et al. (2009) Borrelia recurrentis Employs a Novel Multifunctional Surface Protein with Anti-Complement, Anti-Opsonic and Invasive Potential to Escape Innate Immunity. PLoS ONE 4(3): e4858 pp.1-12.
Date Deposited: 11 Oct 2009 15:49
Item Type: Article
Creators: Grosskinsky, Sonja and Schott, Melanie and Brenner, Christiane and Cutler, Sally J. and Kraiczy, Peter and Zipfel, Peter F. and Simon, Markus M. and Wallich, Reinhard
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