The Campylobacter jejuni dps homologue is important for in vitro biofilm formation and cecal colonization of poultry and may serve as a protective antigen for vaccination

James R. Theoret, Kerry K. Cooper, Bereket Zekarias, Kenneth L. Roland, Bibiana F. Law, Roy Curtiss, Lynn A. Joens

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