Genomic subtractive hybridization and selective capture of transcribed sequences identify a novel Salmonella typhimurium fimbrial operon and putative transcriptional regulator that are absent from the Salmonella typhi genome

Brian J. Morrow, James E. Graham, Roy Curtiss

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