In vitro passage selects for Chlamydia muridarum with enhanced infectivity in cultured cells but attenuated pathogenicity in mouse upper genital tract

Chaoqun Chen, Zhou Zhou, Turner Conrad, Zhangsheng Yang, Jin Dai, Zhongyu Li, Yimou Wu, Guangming Zhong

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