Bacterial pathogenomics

@article{Pallen2007BacterialP,
  title={Bacterial pathogenomics},
  author={Mark J. Pallen and Brendan W. Wren},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2007},
  volume={449},
  pages={835-842}
}
Genomes from all of the crucial bacterial pathogens of humans, plants and animals have now been sequenced, as have genomes from many of the important commensal, symbiotic and environmental microorganisms. Analysis of these sequences has revealed the forces that shape pathogen evolution and has brought to light unexpected aspects of pathogen biology. The finding that horizontal gene transfer and genome decay have key roles in the evolution of bacterial pathogens was particularly surprising. It… CONTINUE READING
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