Cronobacter spp. (previously Enterobacter sakazakii) invade and translocate across both cultured human intestinal epithelial cells and human brain microvascular endothelial cells

Chandrakant P. Giri, Kensuke Shima, Ben D. Tall, Sherill Curtis, Venugopal Sathyamoorthy, Brock Hanisch, Kwang S. Kim, Dennis J. Kopecko

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