Gene transfer in the mammalian intestinal tract.


During the past year, new information has appeared about conjugative transposons, a type of broad host-range gene-transfer element that may make an important contribution to gene transfer between bacteria in the mammalian gastrointestinal tract. Evidence that broad host-range transfers actually occur in the intestine is just beginning to emerge. 


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