Enterococcus faecalis aggregation substance promotes opsonin-independent binding to human neutrophils via a complement receptor type 3-mediated mechanism

Natalie N. Vanek, Scott I. Simon, Karen Jacques-Palaz, M. Michele Mariscalco, Gary M. Dunny, Robert M. Rakita

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