Salmonella - The Dark Side of the Salad Sal monel l a typhi...

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The Dark Side of the Salad: Salmonella typhimurium Overcomes the Innate Immune Response of Arabidopsis thaliana and Shows an Endopathogenic Lifestyle Adam Schikora, Alessandro Carreri, Emmanuelle Charpentier, Heribert Hirt The title accurately and specifically conveys main point of paper. The interaction between Salmonella and host Arabidopsis is clearly described. The title displays the conclusion by the experimenter of the “endopathogenic lifestyle” of Salmonella. And finally, the method of testing relation between Salmonella and host Arabidopsis is indicated through the title.
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Abstract Salmonella enterica serovar typhimurium contaminated vegetables and fruits are substantial causes of human infection and samonellosis, the world wide most spread food poisoning. This pathogen suppresses a host’s immune system. It is shown here that Salmonella can infect various Arabidopsis tissues and it was determined that Arabidopsis was a good model host for the observation of the pathogenic effects of
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