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0 TIAB TheWolbachiaGenome ofBrugia malayi:Endosymbiont Evolution within a Human Pathogenic Nematode Complet 0 1769 0 show
1 Introduction Over 1 billion people in more than 90 countries are at risk from filarial nematode infections, and 1 0 9155 0 show
2 Results/Discussion Genome Properties and General Comparison with the Genomes of Other Parasites and Endosymbionts The g 0 2851 0 show
3 Results/Discussion Informational and Regulatory Systems Comparison with an obligatory gene set characteristic for free- 0 3806 0 show
4 Results/Discussion Metabolic Capabilities of wBm are Key to Understanding its Interaction with the Host One of the role 0 9367 0 show
5 Results/Discussion Cell Wall Structure A dramatic case of lineage-specific gene loss in both Wolbachia spp. includes ap 0 5030 0 show
6 Results/Discussion Other Host Interaction Systems As expected, functional Type IV secretion genes were found in the wBm 0 2180 0 show
7 Results/Discussion Further Comparisons of wBm and wMel One of the most striking characteristics of the wMel genome is a 0 6377 0 show
8 Results/Discussion Conclusions Comparing the genomes of wBm and Rickettsia to those of gamma-proteobacterial symbionts 0 2275 0 show
9 Materials and Methods Materials and Methods B. malayi microfilaria worms were purchased from TRS Labs (Athens, GA, United 0 4873 0 show