An in vitro model to assess pneumococcal adherence to nasopharyngeal cells under competition conditions.
Rajam, Gowrisankar; Jackson, Delois; Pilishvili, Tamara; Whitney, Cynthia G; Facklam, Richard R; Carlone, George M; Romero-Steiner, Sandra.
J Microbiol Methods
; 70(2): 219-26, 2007 Aug.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-17512994
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