Kicking Out Pathogens in Exosomes

Host-pathogen interactions involve a series of attacks and counter-attacks. Miao et al. show that, although some invading bacteria can take shelter in lysosomes by neutralizing their pH, this respite is temporary, as host cells can expel them in exosomes.


Published in:
Cell, 161, 6, 1241-2
Year:
2015
Publisher:
Cambridge, Cell Press
ISSN:
1097-4172
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