NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) - A Spanish research team has detected genetic factors that appear to influence the infectious capabilities of a Pseudomonas syringae strain known for infecting the mango tree.

As they reported online yesterday in PLOS One, the researchers started by sequencing and annotating a P. syringae pathovar (pv.) syringae strain called UMAF0158, which causes a condition called apical necrosis in mango trees.

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