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The Spread of TB

The growth and spread of Mycobacterium tuberculosis parallels that of the human race, a new study in PLOS Pathogens says. The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Caitlin Pepperell and her colleagues examined sequence data from more than 60 TB strains to search for evidence of positive and negative selections as well as any regional differences in selection.

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