The information derived from 'comparative genomics' studies will lead to important new insights in genome organisation and functional analysis, genome diversity, bacterial evolution and speciation. The comparison of Burkholderia genomes using 'in silico' and microarray techniques will contribute to the detection of new virulence factors, genes involved in biocontrol or bioremediation, and genes useful as a basis for new diagnostic tests.
bioinformatics, burkholderia, genomics
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created:2011-12-14 14:18:59 UTC, source:iweto