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Evidence for Reductive Genome Evolution and Lateral Acquisition of Virulence Functions in Two Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis Strains

By Jerônimo C. Ruiz, Vívian D'Afonseca, Artur Silva, Amjad Ali, Anne C. Pinto, Anderson R. Santos, Aryanne A. M. C. Rocha, Débora O. Lopes, Fernanda A. Dorella, Luis G. C. Pacheco, Marcília P. Costa, Meritxell Z. Turk, Núbia Seyffert, Pablo M. R. O. Moraes, Siomar C. Soares, Sintia S. Almeida, Thiago L. P. Castro, Vinicius A. C. Abreu, Eva Trost, Jan Baumbach, Andreas Tauch, Maria Paula C. Schneider, John McCulloch, Louise T. Cerdeira, Rommel T. J. Ramos, Adhemar Zerlotini, Anderson Dominitini, Daniela M. Resende, Elisângela M. Coser, Luciana M. Oliveira, André L. Pedrosa, Carlos U. Vieira, Cláudia T. Guimarães, Daniela C. Bartholomeu, Diana M. Oliveira, Fabrício R. Santos, Élida Mara Rabelo, Francisco P. Lobo, Glória R. Franco, Ana Flávia Costa, Ieso M. Castro, Sílvia Regina Costa Dias, Jesus A. Ferro, José Miguel Ortega, Luciano V. Paiva, Luiz R. Goulart, Juliana Franco Almeida, Maria Inês T. Ferro, Newton P. Carneiro, Paula R. K. Falcão, Priscila Grynberg, Santuza M. R. Teixeira, Sérgio Brommonschenkel, Sérgio C. Oliveira, Roberto Meyer, Robert J. Moore, Anderson Miyoshi, Guilherme C. Oliveira and Vasco Azevedo
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