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The transcriptomes of xiphinema index and longidorus elongatus suggest independent acquisition of some plant parasitism genes by horizontal gene transfer in early-branching nematodes

TitleThe transcriptomes of xiphinema index and longidorus elongatus suggest independent acquisition of some plant parasitism genes by horizontal gene transfer in early-branching nematodes
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsDanchin EGJ, Perfus-Barbeoch L, Rancurel C, Thorpe P, Da Rocha M, Bajew S, Neilson R, Sokolova E, Dasilva C, Guy J, Labadie K, Esmenjaud D, Helder J, Jones JT, Eves-van den Akker S
JournalGenes
Volume8
PaginationArticle No. 287

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