Acinetobacter baumannii gastrointestinal colonization is facilitated by secretory IgA which is reductively dissociated by bacterial thioredoxin A

Patrick M. Ketter, Jieh Juen Yu, M. Neal Guentzel, Holly C. May, Rishein Gupta, Mark Eppinger, Karl E. Klose, J. Seshu, James P. Chambers, Andrew P. Cap, Bernard P. Arulanandam

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