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2014

Köser, C. U. and Bryant, J. M. and Comas, I. and Feuerriegel, S. and Niemann, S. and Gagneux, S. and Parkhill, J. and Peacock, S. J.. (2014) Comment on: Characterization of the embB gene in Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates from Barcelona and rapid detection of main mutations related to ethambutol resistance using a low-density DNA array. The journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy, Vol. 69, H. 8. pp. 2298-2299.

Köser, C. U. and Bryant, J. M. and Comas, I. and Feuerriegel, S. and Niemann, S. and Gagneux, S. and Parkhill, J. and Peacock, S. J.. (2014) Genetic diversity within Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex impacts on the accuracy of genotypic pyrazinamide drug-susceptibility assay. Tuberculosis, Vol. 94. pp. 451-453.

Bos, K. I. and Harkins, K. M. and Herbig, A. and Coscolla, M. and Weber, N. and Comas, I. and Forrest, S. A. and Bryant, J. M. and Harris, S. R. and Schuenemann, V. J. and Campbell, T. J. and Majander, K. and Wilbur, A. K. and Guichon, R. A. and Wolfe Steadman, D. L. and Cook, D. C. and Niemann, S. and Behr, M. A. and Zumarraga, M. and Bastida, R. and Huson, D. and Nieselt, K. and Young, D. and Parkhill, J. and Buikstra, J. E. and Gagneux, S. and Stone, A. C. and Krause, J.. (2014) Pre-Columbian mycobacterial genomes reveal seals as a source of New World human tuberculosis. Nature, Vol. 514, H. 7523. pp. 494-497.

2012

Bentley, S. D. and Comas, I. and Bryant, J. M. and Walker, D. and Smith, N. H. and Harris, S. R. and Thurston, S. and Gagneux, S. and Wood, J. and Antonio, M. and Quail, M. A. and Gehre, F. and Adegbola, R. A. and Parkhill, J. and de Jong, B. C.. (2012) The genome of Mycobacterium africanum west African 2 reveals a lineage-specific locus and genome erosion common to the M. tuberculosis complex. PLoS neglected tropical diseases, Vol. 6, H. 2 , e1552.

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