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Bacteria (Endocytosis)4956Bakterien (Endozytose)

Bacteria (Endocytosis)

2005  
1
Recent insights into the mechanisms of Chlamydia entry.
[16309458] Cell Microbiol 7(12): 1714-22 (2005)
2003  
2
Role of lipid-mediated signal transduction in bacterial internalization.
[12713488] Cell Microbiol 5(5): 287-97 (2003)
2002  
3
Microbial entry through caveolae: variations on a theme.
[12464009] Cell Microbiol 4(12): 783-91 (2002)
2005  
4
Membrane cholesterol: a crucial molecule affecting interactions of microbial pathogens with mammalian cells.
[16299268] Infect Immun 73(12): 7791-6 (2005)
2001  
5
Co-option of endocytic functions of cellular caveolae by pathogens.
[11168630] Immunology 102(1): 2-7 (2001)
2008  
6
Superchannel of bacteria: biological significance and new horizons.
[18256495] Biosci Biotechnol Biochem 72(2): 265-77 (2008)

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