Yersinia pestis Lineages in Mongolia

@inproceedings{Riehm2012YersiniaPL,
  title={Yersinia pestis Lineages in Mongolia},
  author={Julia M. Riehm and Gilles Vergnaud and Daniel Kiefer and Tserennorov Damdindorj and Otgonbaatar Dashdavaa and Tungalag Khurelsukh and Lothar Zoeller and Roman Woelfel and Philippe Le Fl{\`e}che and Holger Christian Scholz},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Whole genome sequencing allowed the development of a number of high resolution sequence based typing tools for Yersinia (Y.) pestis. The application of these methods on isolates from most known foci worldwide and in particular from China and the Former Soviet Union has dramatically improved our understanding of the population structure of this species. In the current view, Y. pestis including the non or moderate human pathogen Y. pestis subspecies microtus emerged from Yersinia… CONTINUE READING
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