Bacillus anthracis, a bug with attitude!

@article{Baillie2001BacillusAA,
  title={Bacillus anthracis, a bug with attitude!},
  author={Leslie William James Baillie and Timothy D. Read},
  journal={Current opinion in microbiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={
          78-81
        }
}
The sequencing of the Bacillus anthracis genome and virulence plasmids represents the greatest advance in anthrax research in the past 100 years. The data will provide the foundation of all future work on this organism and will be invaluable to researchers in their battle to understand the basis of the host-microbe interaction. 
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