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Mycobacteria are responsible for many high-profile diseases in both humans and animals including leprosy, Buruli ulcer, Johne's disease, and most notably, tuberculosis. The Mycobacterial Cell Envelope explains the unique characteristics that cause this large group of bacteria to function differently. Abstract: A book devoted to the distinctive characteristics of the mycobacterial cell envelope. It provides an integrated view of the mycobacterial cell envelope. It also explains important relationships to immune response and virulence. �Read more...
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