Adhesion and Microorganism Pathogenicity
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activity adhesins adhesion agglutination amoebae animal antibiotics antibodies antigen assay association attachment bacteria bacterial adherence binding sites Bredt buccal cells cell membrane cell surface centrifugation CFA/I Chlamydia cholera Choppin coli strains colonization concentrations culture diarrhoea effect Elbein electron epithelial cells erythrocyte membrane erythrocytes Escherichia coli ETEC eukaryotic cells factor Feizi ﬁmbriae ﬁrst Freter gallisepticum globoside glycolipids glycophorin glycoproteins gonococci guinea-pig haemagglutination host cell human erythrocytes incubated Infect Immun inﬂuenza virus inhibition inhibitors inoculation interaction intestinal invasion isolated knowlesi lectin lipid lipoteichoic acid malaria mannose mannose-resistant mannose-sensitive mechanism merozoite Microbiol microorganisms Mirelman molecular molecules monolayers mucus gel mutants mycoplasmas neuraminidase Ofek organisms parasite pathogenicity patients Pearce pili pilus pneumoniae protein protoplasts puriﬁed Razin receptors red cells serum Sharon Sharon N sialic acid Silverblatt speciﬁc streptococci streptomycin studies sugars Svanborg Edén Taylor-Robinson tested tion tissue Tramont trypsin type 1 pili urinary tract vaccine viral virulence viruses vitro vivo