Enteropathogenic E. coli effectors EspG1/G2 disrupt microtubules, contribute to tight junction perturbation and inhibit restoration

Lila G. Glotfelty, Anita Zahs, Kimberley Hodges, Kuangda Shan, Neal M. Alto, Gail A. Hecht

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