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Horizontal Transfers and Gene Losses in the phospholipid pathway of Bartonella reveal clues about early ecological niches

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Mar 17, 2014

Qiyun ZhuKatharina Dittmar

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Bartonellae are mammalian pathogens vectored by blood-feeding arthropods. Although of increasing medical importance, little is known about their ecological past, and host associations are underexplored. Previous studies suggest an influence of horizontal gene transfers in ecological nic...read more

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Comparative Analysis
Species
Serratia
GNAS gene
Study
Gammaproteobacteria
Genome
Guanidinopropylsuccinic acid
Helicobacter
Biochemical Pathway
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  • Horizontal Transfers and Gene Losses in the phospholipid pathway of Bartonella reveal clues about early ecological niches

    bioRxiv

    Mar 17, 2014

    Qiyun ZhuKatharina Dittmar

    PMID: 990003350

    DOI: 10.1101/003350

    Abstract

    Bartonellae are mammalian pathogens vectored by blood-feeding arthropods. Although of increasing medical importance, little is known about their ecological past, and host associations are underexplored. Previous studies suggest an influence of horizontal gene transfers in ecological nic...read more

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    Comparative Analysis
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    Serratia
    GNAS gene
    Study
    4
    3

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