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A structural basis for sustained bacterial adhesion: biomechanical properties of CFA/I pili.Academic Article Why?
Localization of a critical interface for helical rod formation of bacterial adhesion P-pili.Academic Article Why?
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Structural polymorphism of bacterial adhesion pili.Academic Article Why?
Bacterial adhesion pili are heterologous assemblies of similar subunits.Academic Article Why?
Bacterial AdhesionConcept Why?
Structure and assembly of P-pili: a protruding hinge region used for assembly of a bacterial adhesion filament.Academic Article Why?
[Effects of sodium doecyl sulfate on the artificial dental plaque in chemostat].Academic Article Why?
[Ultrastructure of adherence of Streptococcus mutans MT8148 and its glucosyltransferase deficient mutants].Academic Article Why?
Adherence of Lactobacillus crispatus to vaginal epithelial cells from women with or without a history of recurrent urinary tract infection.Academic Article Why?
Adherence of Legionella pneumophila to U-937 cells, guinea-pig alveolar macrophages, and MRC-5 cells by a novel, complement-independent binding mechanism.Academic Article Why?
An evaluation of bacterial contamination of barriers used in periapical tissue regeneration: Part 1--Bacterial adherence.Academic Article Why?
Bacillus anthracis spores of the bclA mutant exhibit increased adherence to epithelial cells, fibroblasts, and endothelial cells but not to macrophages.Academic Article Why?
Characterization of Veillonella atypica PK1910 adhesin-mediated coaggregation with oral Streptococcus spp.Academic Article Why?
Coaggregation: specific adherence among human oral plaque bacteria.Academic Article Why?
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