Blocking phosphatidylcholine utilization in Pseudomonas aeruginosa, via mutagenesis of fatty acid, glycerol and choline degradation pathways, confirms the importance of this nutrient source in vivo

Zhenxin Sun, Yun Kang, Michael H. Norris, Ryan M. Troyer, Mike S. Son, Herbert P. Schweizer, Steven W. Dow, Tung T. Hoang

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