Selection and characterization of Spiroplasma citri mutants by random transposome mutagenesis
Abstract:Phytopathogenic spiroplasmas can multiply in vascular plants and insects. A deeper understanding of this dual-host life could be furthered through the identification by random mutagenesis of spiroplasma genes required. The ability of the EZ::TN™
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 2011
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