Non-typeable Haemophilus influenzae adhere to and invade human bronchial epithelial cells via an interaction of lipooligosaccharide with the PAF receptor

W E Swords, B A Buscher, K Ver Steeg Ii, A Preston, W A Nichols, J N Weiser, B W Gibson, M A Apicella

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