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Richard Ellis

Just stumbled on this post. The neutrophil oxidative burst essential for the intracellular killing of phagocytosed organisms is capable of generating light, albeit of a low intensity. This could be the answer maybe as we know that B. abortus is predominantly an intracellular pathogen. It would be interesting to know exactly what virulence factors are upregulated.

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