Versatility of the BID Domain: Conserved Function as Type-IV-Secretion-Signal and Secondarily Evolved Effector Functions Within Bartonella-Infected Host Cells

Alexander Wagner, Colin Tittes, Christoph Dehio*

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Immunology and Microbiology

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