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Sangari FJ, Goodman J, Bermudez LE. 2000. Mycobacterium avium enters intestinal epithelial cells through the apical membrane, but not by the basolateral surface, activates small GTPase Rho and, once within epithelial cells, expresses an invasive phenotype.. Cellular microbiology. 2(6):561-8.
Kemper CA, Bermudez LE, Deresinski SC. 1998. Immunomodulatory treatment of Mycobacterium avium complex bacteremia in patients with AIDS by use of recombinant granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor.. The Journal of infectious diseases. 177(4):914-20.