Yersinia YopH targets SKAP2-dependent and independent signaling pathways to block neutrophil antimicrobial mechanisms.

shaban, lamyaa.


  • Yersinia elicits a pronounced inflammatory response in infected tissues where bacterial microcolonies are seen directly interfacing with neutrophils. Normally neutrophils generate various effective antimicrobial responses, yet Yersinia counteracts the different bactericidal mechanisms by preferentially translocating neutrophils with various Yop effector proteins by the type 3 secretion system. ... read more
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