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Bacterial Genome Plasticity

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Welcome to the Bacterial Genome Plasticity (BGP) lab web page.

Our work deals with some aspects of bacteria's impressive capacities to acquire and exchange genes...

Which enable bacteria to evolve very fast and efficiently !

Last Paper:
Connecting environment and genome plasticity in
the characterization of transformation-induced SOS
regulation and carbon catabolite control of the Vibrio cholerae integron integrase

Journal of Bacteriology
194(7):1659-67




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