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The Bacterial Sequential Markov Coalescent

bioRxiv

Dec 1, 2016

Nicola De Maio, Daniel J Wilson

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Bacteria can exchange and acquire new genetic material from other organisms directly and via the environment. This process, known as bacterial recombination, has a strong impact on the evolution of bacteria, for example leading to the spread of antibiotic resistance across clades and sp...read more

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Computer Software
Patterns
Genome
Genes
Trees (plant)
Distant
Memory Impairment
Environment
Dysequilibrium Syndrome
Gene Conversion of Immunoglobulin Genes
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The Bacterial Sequential Markov Coalescent

bioRxiv

Dec 1, 2016

Nicola De Maio, Daniel J Wilson

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DOI: 10.1101/090845

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Bacteria can exchange and acquire new genetic material from other organisms directly and via the environment. This process, known as bacterial recombination, has a strong impact on the evolution of bacteria, for example leading to the spread of antibiotic resistance across clades and sp...read more

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