The Science and Applications of Microbial Genomics
Publisher: National Academies Press 2013
Number of pages: 428
Participants examined the use of microbial genomics to explore the diversity, evolution, and adaptation of microorganisms in a wide variety of environments; the molecular mechanisms of disease emergence and epidemiology; and the ways that genomic technologies are being applied to disease outbreak trace back and microbial surveillance.
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