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Minimization of Bacterial Size Allows for Complement Evasion and Is Overcome by the Agglutinating Effect of Antibody
(Cell Host & Microbe) Wednesday November 16th 2011
Author(s): Ankur B,
DOI:10.1016/j.cell.S1931-3128(11)00328-3(fake)

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