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The type IV pilus of Haemophilus influenzae is important for both maintaining adherence to the nasopharynx as well as biofilm formation in the middle ear of the chinchilla host



The type IV pilus of Haemophilus influenzae is important for both maintaining adherence to the nasopharynx as well as biofilm formation in the middle ear of the chinchilla host








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