Microbial genomics

Variations in the sequence and structure of genomes from members of a microbial community echo the composite results of mutation, recombination, and selection. With the increasing availability of genome sequences, these results have become better characterized and more efficiently overworked so as to understand the antiquity and progression of microbes and sometimes their close relationships with humans. The resulting intuitions have practical importance for epidemiologic survey, forensics, diagnostics, and vaccine development.

 

  • Genomic diversity
  • Population structure and evolution
  • Pathogenesis and symbiosis

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