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Phylogenomic Analysis of Odyssella thessalonicensis Fortifies the Common Origin of Rickettsiales, Pelagibacter ubique and Reclimonas americana Mitochondrion

By Kalliopi Georgiades, Mohammed-Amine Madoui, Phuong Le, Catherine Robert and Didier Raoult
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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