Bordetella parapertussis survives the innate interaction with human neutrophils by impairing bactericidal trafficking inside the cell through a lipid raft-dependent mechanism mediated by the lipopolysaccharide o antigen

Juan Gorgojo, Yanina Lamberti, Hugo Valdez, Eric T. Harvill, Maria Eugenia Rodríguez

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