Genome-wide transposon mutagenesis indicates that Mycobacterium marinum customizes its virulence mechanisms for survival and replication in different hosts.

E.M. Weerdenburg, A. Abdallah, F. Rangkuti, M. Abd El Ghany, T.D. Otto, S.A. Adroub, D. Molenaar, R. Ummels, K. Ter Veen, G. van Stempvoort, A.M. van der Sar, S. Ali, G.C. Langridge, N.R. Thomson, A. Pain, W. Bitter

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