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The BR domain of PsrP interacts with extracellular DNA to promote bacterial aggregation; structural insights into pneumococcal biofilm formation.

Bibliographic reference Schulte, Tim ; Mikaelsson, Cecilia ; Beaussart, Audrey ; Kikhney, Alexey ; Deshmukh, Maya ; et. al. The BR domain of PsrP interacts with extracellular DNA to promote bacterial aggregation; structural insights into pneumococcal biofilm formation.. In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 6, p. 32371 (2016)
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