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Ares of rodents [22?3] and in the case of ClfB, humans [24]. S. aureus surface protein G (SasG) and the serine-aspartate repeat proteins SdrC and SdrD also promote bacterial adhesion to squames in vitro [25] but their roles, if any, in vivo have not yet been tested. ClfB is a member of a family of proteins that are structurally related to clumping factor A (ClfA), the archetypal fibrinogenPLOS Pat

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