Streptococcus pneumoniae cell-wall-localized phosphoenolpyruvate protein phosphotransferase can function as an adhesin: Identification of its host target molecules and evaluation of its potential as a vaccine

Yaffa Mizrachi Nebenzahl, Karin Blau, Tatyana Kushnir, Marilou Shagan, Maxim Portnoi, Aviad Cohen, Shalhevet Azriel, Itai Malka, Asad Adawi, Daniel Kafka, Shahar Dotan, Gali Guterman, Shany Troib, Tali Fishilevich, Jonathan M. Gershoni, Alex Braiman, Andrea M. Mitchell, Timothy J. Mitchell, Nurith Porat, Inna GoliandVered Chalifa Caspi, Edwin Swiatlo, Michael Tal, Ronald Ellis, Natalie Elia, Ron Dagan

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