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Erythritol Availability in Bovine, Murine and Human Models Highlights a Potential Role for the Host Aldose Reductase during Brucella Infection.

Bibliographic reference Barbier, Thibault ; Machelart, Arnaud ; Zúñiga-Ripa, Amaia ; Plovier, Hubert ; Hougardy, Charlotte ; et. al. Erythritol Availability in Bovine, Murine and Human Models Highlights a Potential Role for the Host Aldose Reductase during Brucella Infection.. In: Frontiers in Microbiology, Vol. 8, no.0, p. 1088 (2017)
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