A chlamydial type III-secreted effector protein (Tarp) is predominantly recognized by antibodies from humans infected with Chlamydia trachomatis and induces protective immunity against upper genital tract pathologies in mice

Jie Wang, Lili Chen, Fan Chen, Xiaoyun Zhang, Yingqian Zhang, Joel Baseman, Sondra Perdue, I. Tien Yeh, Rochelle Shain, Martin Holland, Robin Bailey, David Mabey, Ping Yu, Guangming Zhong

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