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Reticulate Evolution Among the Group I Salmonellae: An Ongoing Role for Horizontal Gene Transfer

By Eric W. Brown, Rebecca L. Bell, Marc W. Allard, Narjol Gonzalez-Escalona, Andrei Perlloni, Joseph E. LeClerc and Thomas A. Cebula

Submitted: March 4th 2011Reviewed: August 26th 2011Published: January 20th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/29095

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Eric W. Brown, Rebecca L. Bell, Marc W. Allard, Narjol Gonzalez-Escalona, Andrei Perlloni, Joseph E. LeClerc and Thomas A. Cebula (January 20th 2012). Reticulate Evolution Among the Group I Salmonellae: An Ongoing Role for Horizontal Gene Transfer, Salmonella - A Diversified Superbug, Yashwant Kumar, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/29095. Available from:

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