Innate Immune Bypass of Translation Inhibition Upon Cellular Challenge by Legionella Pneumophila.

Asrat, Seblewongel.


  • Abstract: Many pathogens, particularly those that require their host for survival, have devised mechanisms to subvert the host immune response in order to survive and replicate intracellularly. Legionella pneumophila, the causative agent of Legionnaires' disease, promotes intracellular growth by translocating proteins into its host cytosol through its type IV protein secretion machinery. At least ... read more
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