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- Li, Xiaowen, et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Journal of bacteriology 2012 v.194 no.2 pp. 547-548
- Mycoplasma iowae; anti-infective agents; bile salts; genes; heat tolerance; nucleotide sequences; pathogens; phenotypic variation; turkeys
- ... Mycoplasma iowae is associated mainly with reduced hatchability in turkeys and is well known for the unusual ability of phenotypic variation in the Mycoplasma surface components as well as a relative resistance to heat, bile salts, and many antimicrobials. A subset of unique genes and a gene cluster responsible for these characteristics could be identified from the genome. Here, we report the firs ...
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