Acknowledgments

We would like to thank M. Raffatellu for reading the manuscript. Work in A.B.'s laboratory is supported by USDA/NRICGP grant #2002-35204-12247 and Public Health Service grants #AI40124 and #AI44170. H.A. is supported by Public Health Service grant #AI52250.

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