Identification of LukPQ, a novel, equid-adapted leukocidin of Staphylococcus aureus

Autor: Koop, G.; Vrieling, M.; Storisteanu, D.M.L.; Lok, L.S.C.; Monie, T.; Van Wigcheren, G.; Raisen, C.; Ba, X.; Gleadall, N.; Hadjirin, N.; Timmerman, A.J.; Wagenaar, J.A.; Klunder, H.M.; Fitzgerald, J.R.; Zadoks, R.; Paterson, G.K.; Torres Manrique, Carmen; Waller, A.S.; Loeffler, A.; Loncaric I., Hoet A.E., Bergström K., De Martino L., Pomba C., De Lencastre H., Ben Slama K., Gharsa H., Richardson E.J., Chilvers E.R., De Haas C., Van Kessel K., Van Strijp J.A.G., Harrison E.M., Holmes M.A.; 

Tipo de documento: Artículo de revista

Revista: Scientific Reports. ISSN: 2045-2322. Año: 2017. Número: 7:40660. Páginas: 1-10.

doi 10.1038/srep40660Texto completo open access 

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