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1 Comparative genomics of human Lactobacillus crispatus isolates reveals genes for glycosylation and glycogen degradation: Implications for in vivo dominance of the vaginal microbiota
article 2019    
Author: Veer, C. van der · Hertzberger, R.Y. · Bruisten, S.M. · Tytgat, H.L.P. · Swanenburg, J. · Angelino-Bart, A. de Kat · Schuren, F. · Molenaar, D. · Reid, G. · Vries, H. de · Kort, R.
Keywords: Galamustine · Glycoconjugate · Glycogen · Glycosyltransferase · RNA 16S · Transposase · Amino acid sequence · Bacterial growth · Bacterial strain · Bacterium isolation · Carbohydrate metabolism · Comparative study · Enzyme activity · Female · Fermentation · Gene sequence · Genome analysis · Genomics · Genotype · Glycogen metabolism · Glycosylation · Human · In vivo study · Lactobacillus crispatus · Metagenomics · Neisseria gonorrhoeae · Nonhuman · Nucleotide sequence · Phenotype · RNA sequence · Sexually transmitted disease · Vagina flora · Whole genome sequencing · Healthy for Life · Healthy Living
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