Escherichia coli O157: H7 forms attaching and effacing lesions at the terminal rectum of cattle and colonization requires the LEE4 operon

Stuart W. Naylor, Andrew J. Roe, Pablo Nart, Kevin J. Spears, David George Emslie Smith, J. Christopher Low, David L. Gally

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