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Thomas Jefferson University: The Key to Unlock Bacterial Fusion
June 22, 2019
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, June 22 [TNSmedicalresearch] -- Thomas Jefferson University issued the following news:

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- Researchers identify how a Chlamydia-produced protein helps bacterial compartments fuse together, thus increasing pathogenicity.

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Most people know Chlamydia as the venereal disease that can cause infertility if left untreated. But for researchers studying the causative agent, Chlamydia trachomatis, it's a bacteria with . . .

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