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Nematology: terra incognita no more

Nature Biotechnology volume 26, pages 882884 (2008) | Download Citation

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The genome sequence of the plant-parasitic roundworm Meloidogyne incognita opens new avenues to boosting food production.

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  1. James P. McCarter is at Divergence Inc., 893 North Warson Road, St. Louis, Missouri 63141, USA and the Washington University Genome Center, 4444 Forest Park Blvd., St. Louis, Missouri 63108, USA.  mccarter@divergence.com

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J.P.M. is an employee of Divergence, Inc., a company that develops products for the control of parasites including root-knot nematode.

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