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Pathophysiological Implications of Cell Envelope Structure in Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Related Taxa

By David E. Minnikin, Oona Y-C Lee, Houdini H.T. Wu, Vijayashankar Nataraj, Helen D. Donoghue, Malin Ridell, Motoko Watanabe, Luke Alderwick, Apoorva Bhatt and Gurdyal S. Besra

Submitted: June 11th 2014Reviewed: October 21st 2014Published: July 8th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/59585

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David E. Minnikin, Oona Y-C Lee, Houdini H.T. Wu, Vijayashankar Nataraj, Helen D. Donoghue, Malin Ridell, Motoko Watanabe, Luke Alderwick, Apoorva Bhatt and Gurdyal S. Besra (July 8th 2015). Pathophysiological Implications of Cell Envelope Structure in Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Related Taxa, Tuberculosis Wellman Ribón, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/59585. Available from:

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