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Publication - Professor Mumtaz Virji

    Meningococcal surface fibril (Msf) binds to activated vitronectin and inhibits the terminal complement pathway to increase serum resistance

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    Griffiths, N, Hill, D, Borodina, E, Sessions, R, Devos, I, Feron, C, Poolman, J & Virji, M, 2011, ‘Meningococcal surface fibril (Msf) binds to activated vitronectin and inhibits the terminal complement pathway to increase serum resistance’. Molecular Microbiology, vol 82., pp. 1129 - 1149

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