Comparison of the genome sequence of the poultry pathogen Bordetella avium with those of B. bronchiseptica, B. pertussis, and B. parapertussis reveals extensive diversity in surface structures associated with host interaction

Mohammed Sebaihia, Andrew Preston, Duncan J Maskell, Holly Kuzmiak, Terry D Connell, Natalie D King, Paul E Orndorff, David M Miyamoto, Nicholas R Thomson, David Harris, Arlette Goble, Angela Lord, Lee Murphy, Michael A Quail, Simon Rutter, Robert Squares, Steven Squares, John Woodward, Julian Parkhill, Louise M Temple

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