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Engineering of obligate intracellular bacteria: progress, challenges and paradigms

21:44 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | Nature Publishing

In this Review, Pedra and colleagues describe the advances and challenges in the genetic engineering of obligate intracellular bacteria, and highlight examples of how the use of genetically manipulated pathogens has improved our understanding of microbial pathogenesis and host–pathogen interactions.

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