inlA premature stop codons are common among Listeria monocytogenes isolates from foods and yield virulence-attenuated strains that confer protection against fully virulent strains

K. K. Nightingale, R. A. Ivy, A. J. Ho, E. D. Fortes, B. L. Njaa, R. M. Peters, M. Wiedmann

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