Analyses of the genomes of chlamydial isolates from ruminants and pigs support the adoption of the new species Chlamydia pecorum.

@article{Anderson1996AnalysesOT,
  title={Analyses of the genomes of chlamydial isolates from ruminants and pigs support the adoption of the new species Chlamydia pecorum.},
  author={Ian E Anderson and S. I. F. Baxter and Stephen Dunbar and Ashley Rae and Heidi Philips and M. Clarkson and A. J. Herring},
  journal={International journal of systematic bacteriology},
  year={1996},
  volume={46 1},
  pages={245-51}
}
Analysis of the genomic DNAs of chlamydial isolates from sheep, cattle, and pigs was performed by Southern blot hybridization and by restriction endonuclease (RE) profiling of DNA amplified by PCR. The hybridization probes were derived from whole genomic DNA, the major outer membrane protein (MOMP) gene, the 16S rRNA gene, and an avian Chlamydia psittaci isolate plasmid. The PCR analysis used targets in the MOMP gene, the 16S rRNA gene, and the 60-kDa cysteine-rich protein gene. Together, the… CONTINUE READING

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