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Microbial Cyclic Di-Nucleotide Signaling

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Microbes frequently decorate their surfaces with complex carbohydrates to form cell walls, mediate host interactions, or to reduce the efficacies of immune defenses. In a biofilm, bacteria are embedded in a three-dimensional polysaccharide-rich matrix whose formation …

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Microbial Cyclic Di-Nucleotide Signaling. (2020). Microbial Cyclic Di-Nucleotide Signaling. Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-33308-9

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