Lower density and shorter duration of nasopharyngeal carriage by pneumococcal serotype 1 (St217) may explain its increased invasiveness over other serotypes

Laura Bricio-Moreno, Chrispin Chaguza, Reham Yahya, Rebecca K. Shears, Jennifer E. Cornick, Karsten Hokamp, Marie Yang, Daniel R. Neill, Neil French, Jay C.D. Hinton, Dean B. Everett, Aras Kadioglu

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