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Relative pathogenic values

The bacterium that causes anthrax has several close relatives. Comparison of their genome sequences should provide insight into the biology of these organisms as agents of disease — and of terrorism.

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Parkhill, J., Berry, C. Relative pathogenic values. Nature 423, 23–24 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1038/423023a

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