Genome sequences of three agrobacterium biovars help elucidate the evolution of multichromosome genomes in bacteria

Steven C. Slater, Barry S. Goldman, Brad Goodner, João C. Setubal, Stephen K. Farrand, Eugene W. Nester, Thomas J. Burr, Lois Banta, Allan W. Dickerman, Ian Paulsen, Leon Otten, Garret Suen, Roy Welch, Nalvo F. Almeida, Frank Arnold, Oliver T. Burton, Zijin Du, Adam Ewing, Eric Godsy, Sara HeiselKathryn L. Houmiel, Jinal Jhaveri, Jing Lu, Nancy M. Miller, Stacie Norton, Qiang Chen, Waranyoo Phoolcharoen, Victoria Ohlin, Dan Ondrusek, Nicole Pride, Shawn L. Stricklin, Jian Sun, Cathy Wheeler, Lindsey Wilson, Huijun Zhu, Derek W. Wood

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