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Figure 3 | Veterinary Research

Figure 3

From: Genetic loci of Mycoplasma agalactiae involved in systemic spreading during experimental intramammary infection of sheep

Figure 3

Genomic loci that play a potential role in the systemic spread of M. agalactiae. Transposon mutants completely absent in LNs and udders are depicted in red (LU) whereas those that were present at latter sites but exclusively absent only at systemic sites are shown in green (S). The black arrows represent the location of transposon insertion sites in the respective genes.

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