Locus of enterocyte effacement : a pathogenicity island involved in the virulence of enteropathogenic and enterohemorragic escherichia coli subjected to a complex network of gene regulation

Locus of enterocyte effacement : a pathogenicity island involved in the virulence of enteropathogenic and enterohemorragic escherichia coli subjected to a complex network of gene regulation

Fernanda M. Franzin, Marcelo P. Sircili

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The locus of enterocyte effacement (LEE) is a 35.6 kb pathogenicity island inserted in the genome of some bacteria such as enteropathogenic Escherichia coli, enterohemorrhagic E. coli, Citrobacter rodentium, and Escherichia albertii. LEE comprises the genes responsible for causing attaching and...

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Locus of enterocyte effacement : a pathogenicity island involved in the virulence of enteropathogenic and enterohemorragic escherichia coli subjected to a complex network of gene regulation

Fernanda M. Franzin, Marcelo P. Sircili


										

Locus of enterocyte effacement : a pathogenicity island involved in the virulence of enteropathogenic and enterohemorragic escherichia coli subjected to a complex network of gene regulation

Fernanda M. Franzin, Marcelo P. Sircili

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    Biomed research international

    Vol. 2015 (Feb., 2015), n. art. 534738