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Pseudomonas Chemotaxis, Motility and Host-Pathogen Interactions
Infection with the fluorescent pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa leads to gastrointestinal infections, dermatitis, bacteremia and a variety of systemic infections. Thus, within a very complex chemosensory system this bacterium has requires an adaptive strategy to escape to the immune system. It chemosensory system has attracted a significant interest because of the very complex molecular diversity of this one (> 20 chemotaxis (che) genes). With this diversified chemotaxis system, this bacteriadoi:10.15406/moji.2017.05.00167 fatcat:sglcgsjwjfc5flg2b74z3tvjqe