Chlamydia-Secreted Proteins in Chlamydial Interactions with Host Cells
Keywords: Bioinformatics; Cell-Fractionation; Chlamydia; Gel Resolution; Golgi apparatus; HIV invasion; Heterologous Secretion Systems; Major Outer Membrane Protein; Protochlamydia amoebophila; T cells; Yersinia; amoeba's; antibodies; cell nuclei; centrosome; chloramphenicol; cholesterol; cytokinesis; cytoplasm; cytoplasmic vacuole; cytoskeleton; cytosol; cytosolic fraction; cytotoxin homologues; effectors; elementary body; endocytic pathway; epithelial cell; estrogen receptors; fluorescence microscope; glycosaminoglycan; gram-negative bacteria; growth factor; heparin sulfate-like; heterologous systems; host cell; host-pathogen interactions; hybrid; infection; inflammatory; insulin; intracellular growth cycle; kinases; lipids; lumen; lymphocytes; mammalian cells; microinjection; mitochondrial cytochrome; multiple ligand; neutralization; nonphagocytic; nutrients; parasite acquisition; parasitic replication; pathogenesis; pathogenesis-relevant; perfringolysin; phosphorylation; platelet; pneumoniae; protein disulfate isomerase; proteome array; retinoblastoma protein; scaffold protein; secretion; sphingomyelin; trachomatis; translocated actin-recruiting phosphoprotein (TARP)
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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