Interaction between Burkholderia pseudomallei and Acanthamoeba Species Results in Coiling Phagocytosis, Endamebic Bacterial Survival, and Escape

T.J.J. Inglis, Paul Rigby, T.A. Robertson, Nichole Dutton, M. Henderson, Barbara Chang

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