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- Comerci, Diego J., et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Infection and immunity 2005 v.73 no.12 pp. 8353-8361
- Brucella melitensis biovar Abortus; DNA; NAD (coenzyme); biochemical pathways; biotin; cattle; choline; fatty acids; flagellum; glycogen; host range; host specificity; humans; multigene family; outer membrane proteins; pseudogenes; transcription (genetics); virulence
- ... Despite their high DNA identity and a proposal to group classical Brucella species as biovars of Brucella melitensis, the commonly recognized Brucella species can be distinguished by distinct biochemical and fatty acid characters, as well as by a marked host range (e.g., Brucella suis for swine, B. melitensis for sheep and goats, and Brucella abortus for cattle). Here we present the genome of B. a ...
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