An amino-terminal domain of Enterococcus faecalis aggregation substance is required for aggregation, bacterial internalization by epithelial cells and binding to lipoteichoic acid

Christopher M. Waters, Helmut Hirt, John K. McCormick, Patrick M. Schlievert, Carol L Wells, Gary M Dunny

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