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|Pathogens and Host: The Dance is the Same, the Couples are Different||1-2|
|Striking a Balance: Modulation of the Actin Cytoskeleton by Salmonella||3-10|
|Structure and Function of Pectic Enzymes: Virulence Factors of Plant Pathogens||11-18|
|Pseudomonas syringae Hrp Type III Secretion System and Effector Proteins||19-26|
|Molecular and Cell Biology Aspects of Plague||27-32|
|A Framework for Interpreting the Leucine-rich Repeats of the Listeria Internalins||33-37|
|Acyl-homoserine Lactone Quorum Sensing in Gram-negative Bacteria: A Signaling Mechanism Involved in Associations with Higher Organisms||38-42|
|Phenotypic Variation and Intracellular Parasitism by Histoplasma capsulatum||43-47|
|Exploitation of Host Cells by Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli||48-55|
|Genetic Complexity of Pathogen Perception by Plants: The Example of Rcr3, a Tomato Gene Required Specifically by Cf-2||56-63|
|Plants and Animals Share Functionally Common Bacterial Virulence Factors||64-70|
|Role of the Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Conductance Regulator in Innate Immunity to Pseudomonas aeruginosa Infections||71-77|
|Bad Bugs and Beleaguered Bladders: Interplay Between Uropathogenic Escherichia coli and Innate Host Defenses||78-84|
|AvrPto-dependent Pto-interacting Proteins and AvrPto-interacting Proteins in Tomato||85-89|
|Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Intermediates in the Relationship Between Mammalian Hosts and Microbial Pathogens||90-97|
|Nitric Oxide and Salicylic Acid Signaling in Plant Defense||98-104|
|The Role of Antimicrobial Peptides in Animal Defenses||105-110|
|Suramin Inhibits Initiation of Defense Signaling by Systemin, Chitosan, and a ß-glucan Elicitor in Suspension-cultured Lycopersicon Peruvianum Cells||111-116|
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