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An international team led by investigators at China's Huazhong Agricultural University presents an analysis of 20 Mycoplasma genomes in PLoS One this week. In its investigation, the team found "several key genes, which are related to DNA replication and repair and can be disrupted in transposon mutagenesis studies, [that] may be critical for bacteria survival especially over long period natural selection," it writes.

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