A cellular basis for Wolbachia recruitment to the host germline.
PLoS Pathog. 2007 Dec; 3(12):e190
This is a well-written paper with novel implications that shed light on the mechanism(s) of Wolbachia maternal transmission. It is a must read for all interested in both basic Wolbachia biology and applied host-parasite interactions.
Bacteria belonging to the genus Wolbachia are one of the most common maternally inherited symbionts...
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