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Bacterial extracellular vesicles

Articles on extracellular vesicles from bacteria, talking about cargo discovery and manipulation of vesicles as drug carriers against infections.

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Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are lipid bilayer-enclosed, cytosol-containing spheres that are released by all eukaryotes and prokaryotic cells into the extracellular environment. Primarily, EVs act in cell-to-cell communication, delivering cargo from donor to recipient cells and modulating their physiological condition.

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