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Lack Of Cell Wall Peptidoglycan Versus Penicillin Sensitivity: New Insights Into The Chlamydial Anomaly

J. Ghuysen, C. Goffin
Published 1999 · Biology, Medicine

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Intracellular bacterial pathogens enter their hosts surrounded by a membrane-bound vacuole and use a panel of tricks to exploit or evade eukaryotic cell functions ([9][1],[12][2]). Chlamydia inhabits vesicles that do not fuse with lysosomes and remains within these parasitophorous vacuoles (termed
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