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New genes of Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri involved in pathogenesis and adaptation revealed by a transposon-based mutant library

By Marcelo L Laia, Leandro M Moreira, Juliana Dezajacomo, Joice B Brigati, Cristiano B Ferreira, Maria IT Ferro, Ana CR Silva, Jesus A Ferro and Julio CF Oliveira
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