Role of genomic typing in taxonomy, evolutionary genetics, and microbial epidemiology.

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Belkum, van, A.; Struelens, M.; Visser, de, J.A.G.M.; Verburgh, H.; Tibayrenc., M.;
  • Publisher: American Society for Microbiology
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1128/CMR.14.3.547-560.2001, pmc: PMC88989
  • Subject: escherichia-coli k-12 | mycobacterium-tuberculosis | infectious-disease | field gel-electrophoresis | adaptive evolution | hemorrhagic colitis | molecular evolution | Article | resistant staphylococcus-aureus | commercial software packages | term experimental evolution

Currently, genetic typing of microorganisms is widely used in several major fields of microbiological research. Taxonomy, research aimed at elucidation of evolutionary dynamics or phylogenetic relationships, population genetics of microorganisms, and microbial epidemiol... View more
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