Comparative genomics of Vibrio campbellii strains and core species of the Vibrio Harveyi clade

@article{Ke2017ComparativeGO,
  title={Comparative genomics of Vibrio campbellii strains and core species of the Vibrio Harveyi clade},
  author={Huei-Mien Ke and Anuphap Prachumwat and Chun-Ping Yu and Yi-Ting Yang and Sutitcha Promsri and Kuan-Fu Liu and Chukwu Lo and Mei-Yeh Jade Lu and Mei-Chin Lai and Isheng. J. Tsai and Wen-Hsiung Li},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017},
  volume={7}
}
The core of the Vibrio Harveyi clade contains V. harveyi, V. campbellii, V. owensii, V. jasicida, and V. rotiferianus. They are well recognized aquatic animal pathogens, but misclassification has been common due to similarities in their rDNA sequences and phenotypes. To better understand their evolutionary relationships and functional features, we sequenced a shrimp pathogen strain V. harveyi 1114GL, reclassified it as V. campbellii and compared this and 47 other sequenced Vibrio genomes in the… 
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