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Volume 18, Number 3—March 2012

Research

Lineage-specific Virulence Determinants of Haemophilus influenzae Biogroup aegyptius

Fiona R. Strouts1, Peter Power, Nicholas J. Croucher, Nicola Corton, Andries van Tonder, Michael A. Quail, Paul R. Langford, Michael J. Hudson, Julian Parkhill, J. Simon KrollComments to Author , and Stephen D. Bentley
Author affiliations: Imperial College London, London, UK (F.R. Strouts, P.R. Langford, J.S. Kroll); University of Oxford, Oxford, UK (P. Power); Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK (N.J. Croucher, N. Corton, A. van Tonder, M.A. Quail, J. Parkhill, S.D. Bentley); The Health Protection Agency, Salisbury, UK (M.J. Hudson)

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Figure 6

Domain organization of the Haemophilus influenzae biogroup aegyptius trimeric autotransporter adhesins TabA1/TahA1 and TabA2/TahA2, showing differences in passenger domain sequence motifs. Purple, C-terminal translocator domain; red, hemagglutinin domains; green, Hap_Hag domains; orange, degenerate repeats; blue, N terminal signal peptide.

Figure 6. Domain organization of the Haemophilus influenzae biogroup aegyptius trimeric autotransporter adhesins TabA1/TahA1 and TabA2/TahA2, showing differences in passenger domain sequence motifs. Purple, C-terminal translocator domain; red, hemagglutinin domains; green, Hap_Hag domains; orange, degenerate repeats; blue, N terminal signal peptide.

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1Current affiliation: Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, USA.

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