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Analysis of the unique structural and physicochemical properties of the DraD/AfaD invasin in the context of its belonging to the family of chaperone/usher type fimbrial subunits

By Rafał J Piątek, Piotr Bruździak, Beata M Zalewska-Piątek, Marek A Wojciechowski, Justyna M Namieśnik and Józef W Kur
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: BioMed Central
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