We have detected that you are using some form of ad-blocking or filtering.
Please consider white-listing Labnodes since 1) ad-blockers like uBlock break Labnodes functionality and 2) Labnodes does not serve ads.
The small genomes of obligate intracellular bacteria are often presumed to be impervious to mobile DNA and the fluid genetic processes that drive diversification in free-living bacteria. Categorized by reductive evolution and streamlining, the genomes of some obligate intracellular bacteria manifest striking degrees of stability and gene synteny. However, recent findings from complete genome sequences of obligate intracellular species and their mobile genetic associates favour the abandonment of these wholesale terms for a more complex and tantalizing picture.
© 2010-2020. All Rights Reserved to Vanderbilt University. Vanderbilt University is committed to principles of equal opportunity and affirmative action.
Released July 13, 2020