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Identified Virulence Factors of Francisella : Magnesium uptake


FmvB (Francisella metal and virulence gene B)  

Related genes: fmvB;
Keywords: Magnesium uptake;
Functions:
An outer membrane-localized protein that is involved in magnesium uptake, and required for the full virulence of F. tularensis
References:
Wu X, et al., 2016. FmvB: A Francisella tularensis Magnesium-Responsive Outer Membrane Protein that Plays a Role in Virulence. PLoS One 11(8):e0160977.








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