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This latest volume in the excellent Subcellular Biochemistry series is the first attempt to give an in-depth overview of the field of bacterial cell invasion. The current knowledge about all well-studied bacteria with the ability to invade eukaryotic cells is brought together, including bacteria pathogenic to humans and animals as well as the symbiotic rhizobia. Several chapters also deal with new approaches and applications regarding invasive bacteria. The book, which includes contributions from worldwide experts, discusses bacterial invasion ability within the context of bacteria-host cell interaction with the main focus on pathogenicity.
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