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Using a DNA Microarray To Investigate the Distribution of Insect Virulence Factors in Strains of Photorhabdus Bacteria

Abstract : ABSTRACT Photorhabdus is an insect-pathogenic bacterium in which oral toxicity to insects is found in two distinct taxonomic groups. Using a DNA microarray and comparative genomics, we show that oral toxicity is associated with toxin complex genes tcaABC and that this locus can be mobilized or deleted within different strains.
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Judit Marokhazi, Nicholas Waterfield, Gaelle Legoff, Edward Feil, Richard Stabler, et al.. Using a DNA Microarray To Investigate the Distribution of Insect Virulence Factors in Strains of Photorhabdus Bacteria. Journal of Bacteriology, American Society for Microbiology, 2003, 185 (15), pp.4648-4656. ⟨10.1128/JB.185.15.4648-4656.2003⟩. ⟨hal-03296971⟩

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