Generation of the Brucella melitensis ORFeome version 1.1.

@article{Dricot2004GenerationOT,
  title={Generation of the Brucella melitensis ORFeome version 1.1.},
  author={Am{\'e}lie Dricot and Jean-François Rual and Philippe E. Lamesch and Nicolas Bertin and Denis Dupuy and T. C. Hao and Christophe Lambert and R{\'e}gis Hallez and J M Delroisse and Jean Vandenhaute and Ignacio L{\'o}pez-Go{\~n}i and Ignacio Moriy{\'o}n and Juan Mar{\'i}a Garc{\'i}a-Lobo and F{\'e}lix Javier Sangari and Alastair P Macmillan and Sally J Cutler and Adrian M Whatmore and Stephanie Bozak and Reynaldo Sequerra and Lynn Doucette-Stamm and Marc Vidal and David E Hill and J J Letesson and Xavier De Bolle},
  journal={Genome research},
  year={2004},
  volume={14 10B},
  pages={2201-6}
}
The bacteria of the Brucella genus are responsible for a worldwide zoonosis called brucellosis. They belong to the alpha-proteobacteria group, as many other bacteria that live in close association with a eukaryotic host. Importantly, the Brucellae are mainly intracellular pathogens, and the molecular mechanisms of their virulence are still poorly understood. Using the complete genome sequence of Brucella melitensis, we generated a database of protein-coding open reading frames (ORFs) and… CONTINUE READING
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