Resource:Rickettsia Genome Database
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Rickettsia are obligate intracellular bacteria living in arthropods. They occasionally cause diseases in humans. To understand their pathogenicity, physiologies and evolutionary mechanisms, RicBase is sequencing different species of Rickettsia.
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|Keywords:||evolutionary, africae, alignment, arthropod, bacteria, bellii, conorii, dendrogram, disease, genome, genomic, human, intracellular, massiliae, mechanism, pathogenicity, physiology, prowazekii, rickettsia, sequence, specie, journal article, topical portal|
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|Keywords||Evolutionary +, Africae +, Alignment +, Arthropod +, Bacteria +, Bellii +, Conorii +, Dendrogram +, Disease +, Genome +, Genomic +, Human +, Intracellular +, Massiliae +, Mechanism +, Pathogenicity +, Physiology +, Prowazekii +, Rickettsia +, Sequence +, Specie +, Journal article +, and Topical portal +|
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|ModifiedDate||17 July 2013 +|
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