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Genome Sequence and Comparative Pathogenomics Analysis of a Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhi Strain Associated with a Typhoid Carrier in Malaysia
- Yap, Kien-Pong, Gan, Han Ming, Teh, Cindy Shuan Ju, Baddam, Ramani, Chai, Lay-Ching, Kumar, Narender, Tiruvayipati, Suma Avasthi, Ahmed, Niyaz, Thong, Kwai-Lin
- Journal of bacteriology 2012 v.194 no.21 pp. 5970-5971
- Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar Typhi, developing countries, genome, humans, nucleotide sequences, pathogens, typhoid fever, Malaysia
- Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi is a human pathogen that causes typhoid fever predominantly in developing countries. In this article, we describe the whole genome sequence of the S. Typhi strain CR0044 isolated from a typhoid fever carrier in Kelantan, Malaysia. These data will further enhance the understanding of its host persistence and adaptive mechanism.