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Independent evolution of neurotoxin and flagellar genetic loci in proteolytic Clostridium botulinum

By Andrew T Carter, Catherine J Paul, David R Mason, Susan M Twine, Mark J Alston, Susan M Logan, John W Austin and Michael W Peck
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