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Complete genome sequences of four different Bordetella sp. isolates causing human respiratory infections.

Authors: Weigand, Michael R and Peng, Yanhui and Loparev, Vladimir and Batra, Dhwani and Bowden, Katherine E and Cassiday, Pamela K and Davis, Jamie K and Johnson, Taccara and Juieng, Phalasy and Miner, Christine E and Rowe, Lori and Sheth, Mili and Tondella, M Lucia and Williams, Margaret M

Species of the genus Bordetella associate with various animal hosts, frequently causing respiratory disease. Bordetella pertussis is the primary agent of whooping cough and other Bordetella species can cause similar cough illness. Here, we report four complete genome sequences from isolates of different Bordetella species recovered from human respiratory infections. Copyright © 2016 Weigand et al.

Journal: Genome announcements
DOI: 10.1128/genomeA.01080-16
Year: 2016

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