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Streptococcus suisEnolase Functions as a Protective Antigen Displayed on the Bacterial Cell Surface
Journal of Infectious Diseases
Background. Streptococcus suis serotype 2 (SS2) has evolved into a highly infectious entity, posing a great threat to public health. Screening for and identification of protective antigens plays an important role in developing therapies against SS2 infections. Methods. Multiple strategies were used to investigate a new surface protein that has the potential to be a protective antigen. These strategies included molecular cloning, biochemical and biophysical analyses, enzymatic assay,doi:10.1086/644602 pmid:19848587 fatcat:j2i6zjylw5hopjgkgznlubwhp4