NILBNetherlands Initiative on Late Blight (fungicide reduction initiative)
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(20.) Because Watt explains this while speaking backward, he is technically left "Nilb, mun, mud" (W 168).
nilB is similar to genes found in animal-associated microbes, including mucosal pathogens (Heungens et al., 2002; Bhasin et al., 2012), supporting the idea that common molecules or mechanisms maintain many host-bacterial interactions regardless of whether the outcome of the interaction is mutualistic or pathogenic (Mc-Fall-Ngai et al., 2010).
Mutational analyses reveal overall topology and functional regions of NilB a bacterial outer membrane protein required for host-association in a model animal-bacterial mutualism.