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A team from Northwestern University presents findings from a comparative genomic analysis aimed at identifying virulence genes related to pathogenicity in the accessory genome of the bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Using whole-genome sequencing, the researchers assessed core and accessory sequences from 100 clinical P. aeruginosa bloodstream isolates, which had their virulence features profiled in parallel in mouse bacteremia models of infection.

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