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Structure and biological activity of the short-chain lipopolysaccharide from Bartonella henselae ATCC 49882T

, : Structure and biological activity of the short-chain lipopolysaccharide from Bartonella henselae ATCC 49882T. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279(20): 21046-21054

The facultative intracellular pathogen Bartonella henselae is responsible for a broad range of clinical manifestations, including the formation of vascular tumors as a result of increased proliferation and survival of colonized endothelial cells. This remarkable interaction with endotoxin-sensitive endothelial cells and the apparent lack of septic shock are considered to be due to a reduced endotoxic activity of the B. henselae lipopolysaccharide.


PMID: 14766898

DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M313370200

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